7 Months for Carli?

kaylodad

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ClifFORD the 22 Tremor
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JKU Wrangler
Talked to one of the vendors at this weekends Overland Expo and they indicated that it would take 7 months to fill a Carli Commuter System order due to backlogs on Fox. I didn't think to go to the big Fox booth - are guys really waiting 6-7 months for parts? If not, is there some magic or as simple as going to a different shop?

Thanks in advance
 
Talked to one of the vendors at this weekends Overland Expo and they indicated that it would take 7 months to fill a Carli Commuter System order due to backlogs on Fox. I didn't think to go to the big Fox booth - are guys really waiting 6-7 months for parts? If not, is there some magic or as simple as going to a different shop?

Thanks in advance
Check with CJC directly. They basically bought most of Carli’s production ahead of time and are likely your best source...even though much of their stuff is back ordered.
Tough times for supply chains...
 
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I'm still waiting on my order. Not going to hold my breath that it will be here before 22
 
I called the local suspension shop (Off Road Warhouse, San Diego). 6-7 months to get a back country. Called CJC and they have it in stocks for the base kit. My rear full springs and high mount stabilizer are 5 weeks out. Truck should be here in 6 weeks.
 
ordered my Back Country fully optioned kit late Feb from a shop that sources their kits from CJC and most everything is in finally except the Fabricated Adjustable Radius Arms , looking like end of This month for sure….
 
I just mentioned this in another tread. But I started with the PinTop. Settled for Bilsteins while I wait for the Kings. It's already been 6 months. I'm ready to accept something else. Maybe Fox Adjustable's or 2.5's .. idk, Ride quality Empty and while Towing is 100% my objective.
In a past truck (dodge) I know, it was during Fords dark 6.0 days ..
I installed Dever Rear Leaf Springs on the rear, and a full Thuren Front Suspension pkg in the Ft. Beefing things up to carry a Lance Camper. As soon as I installed a Helwig Rear Sway bar and Air Bags, the ride advantage of the Dever Springs went to hell.
Thats why I hesitate to add Devers to my Tremor today. I'm thinking Sulastic Hangers might be a better option, since I already have a Helwig and Airbags on my Tremor.
I know the Suspension recipe for Towing or Carrying a Truck Camper very well. I've been doing it since the 60's. Everything has to work together as one. Not allowing the springs do their job is everyones biggest mistake.
 
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