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Old 01-04-2022, 07:05 PM
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I also ordered a subframe recently for my nova - last quote I heard was early Jan.

On a side note - I was able to attend SEMA this year and chatted with Kyle Tucker. Supply chain issues came up and he said the R&P was one of the issues. He said they should have all of those in by Thanksgiving. That was a few weeks ago at SEMA and may have changed since then. Kyle was a super cool guy to chat with. Very "normal" guy. You wouldn't know he runs DSE.
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Thought I would give an update on my previous post. Talked to DSE today for an update on my subframe. It’s not expected until first week of Feb at the earliest. Quadralink is also back ordered (they’re waiting on the links). I ordered both back in early Nov. Just an FYI for others.

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Thought I would give an update on my previous post. Talked to DSE today for an update on my subframe. It’s not expected until first week of Feb at the earliest. Quadralink is also back ordered (they’re waiting on the links). I ordered both back in early Nov. Just an FYI for others.
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Update to my earlier posts. Called DSE today and new delivery date is estimated to be mid March. Any new orders are quoted 16-18 weeks min. Wanted to give out the info in case your considering DSE. If I had known it would take 4 months min, I would have looked at other options.
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Update to my earlier posts. Called DSE today and new delivery date is estimated to be mid March. Any new orders are quoted 16-18 weeks min. Wanted to give out the info in case your considering DSE. If I had known it would take 4 months min, I would have looked at other options.
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Subframe arrived yesterday -a little earlier than the mid March quote. It ended up being a little over 3 months total. Still no Quadralink - DSE is waiting on the links. Supposedly a few more weeks. Forgeline is also running behind. Hopefully wheels show up next week. All of this was ordered before Thanksgiving FYI.
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Agreed and it's almost all of the aftermarket vendors. This was not meant to criticize any specific vendor but just passing along info so guys can plan ahead. For me, I had originally planned for a new motor/trans. With the vendor issues, I may now opt for a low mileage motor/trans drop out to save time.

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