Know your pain. Mine sat for 2 1/2 months, finally took delivery last Friday. I know you've heard it before, it's worth the wait. It is painful though.Love seeing all these 24s showing up on dealer lots while my 23 sits at Toledo Raceway. Might see it by the new year??
There's also a Harvest Sunrise.92 more TRX Build Sheets found today. None of them were forum members.
Finally seeing another set of "Final Edition" trucks come down the line this morning.
First in a new color as well. a Delmonio going to Canada.
Wouldn’t be UAW, but Stellantis.This is my converted Granger 2023 to 2024 conversion order, placed initially 2/7/23, converted 8/28/23. Thank you to the folks at Granger! Here’s to hoping UAW doesn’t mess timing up too much!
Quick correction that it’s not the Big 3 choosing which ones go on strike.So I see WI has some activity finally....I was notified mine is going into production, dealer says he has a delivery date as of Thursday, but wont share it with me till he sees what's up with the impending, and now happening strike... Im hoping Im one of those BS/WS's mentioned in your chart dated 9/15/23...does that possibly mean that "MY" TRX parts are on hand for the build process? (Vin: RN147240) I live in an old GM plant town where they made Suburbans/Tahoes and Med Duty trucks that shut down in 08. They switched to "just in time" inventory back in ealry 2000's which meant the parts all came in from the other plants within a day or two of the actual pass down the assembly line. I assume Sterling Heights does it the same way....??? At least they are not on strike and still working, but that could change fast.. I think the Big 3 are being smart by picking Icon plants and not making everyone strike or it will cripple the industry, so at least the upper management is keeping the flow of 90% of their business so lets hope that means SH can keep pumping out our LONG awaited TRX's....esp us folks who have been waiting since early February or earlier for the 23's they never made.. Im glad I get a 24 by default but the wait has sucked as I watch summer fly by with $20k in new parts sitting in my garage gathering dust... Us TRX owners or soon to be owners need a damn break here...
A 32-hour work week (and getting paid for 40 hours) is something they lost in the 2009 concessions?? I don't think so.
Oh boy... here we go again. If I'm not mistaken, the last thred that started heading this direction got deleted. I suggest you guys knock it off. We should have all learned our lesson at this point.Wouldn’t be UAW, but Stellantis.
Workers are just trying to gain back the losses from the 2009 concessions.
Not sure it helped their case in any way, if that was the intent. It just makes them look like spoiled brats. If I was the negotiator for Stellantis, I would have laughed them out of the room and told them to come back when they had an offer that had some base in reality.I think the 32 hour work week is a bargaining chip? They know it won't happen.