yeah I emailed her this morning, got another excuse. handed it off to my credit card company.I was emailed by Jamie Miller, I'll give them a chance to give me a realistic ship date.
anything is possible.Maybe the vendors shipments were on the ship stuck in the Suez Canal. Just a thought...lol
It's been probably 9-10 years now, but shortly after I bought my '03 in 2011, I made a list of goodies I wanted to add to the bike. Then I started shopping around. One of the vendors I contacted was Xchoppers. I talked with them on the phone, made my order, sent them my method of payment, and in a reasonably short time, I received what I ordered. THEN I came to find all the kerfuffle going on between some folks and them. I, however, had no such issues. I will admit it influenced me from buying anything from them again.wish I had known that.
in the hands of my Credit card company now. AMEX is good about this stuff.
OK everyone, Shawn just responded to me again. I understand the difficulties of producing products during this time. I just don't like when a commitment is made and not met. I have been screwed by venders before that wont honor their warranty (Supreme Legends). I will surely give Shawn more time. I just want a reasonable estimate of delivery.
This is good to hear about Daymaker. And i understand the supply issues.Shawn is a stand up guy, one of the few guys who went out of his way to design a product on an extinct bike. If we give our vendors a hard time, we will have nothing made for our bikes.
Shawn isn't doing this as a full time job (at least he wasn't), so understand that he has to work then follow up with this stuff. Also understand that everyone who orders something, wants to have a discussion with the vendor. He does the best he can with a shop of just him (at least it was a solo operation), doing it part time, and continuing to improve his design.
When you get it, and install it, you will see WAY better than a non-adjustable bracket (I spent more on other products before Shawn designed the adjustable bracket). I actually was an early adopter of his non-adjustable bracket (to replace the heavy metal version I had), then when he designed the adjustable, I was also an early adopter. Every step of the way, he has designed a product that I felt was worth getting the improved version, and did so without hesitation.
This pandemic has messed up the full supply chain. Vendors that aren't large like I said before (like Summit Racing), are being given the run around as well. They are being told they will have supplies on a specific date just to have the date changed. Shops like Shawn are doing the best they can to give dates to their customers, but they also are getting broken promises from their suppliers.
Excellent news. You will really like the added light, it is way better than putting an LED bulb into the OEM halogen housing. And the adjustable bracket is worth it to make sure the added light is actually in a usable position. I would never go back to pre-daymaker, and I would never go back to a nonadjustable bracket.To all, my order is on it's way viva USPS.