Sincerely, thank you to everyone who has participated in our stainless steel exhaust sale thus far! It has been a success, but it’s safe to say our production is behind schedule. It’s all hands on deck in our fabrication shop and we’re definitely cranking. The volume of systems on order exceeds our output, so we’re adding hands and hours to keep up. We’ve drained the inventory of many of our suppliers, which throws off scheduling a bit. We’re keeping up and we continue to accept new orders, but out of respect for current and future customers we must provide this notice to let everyone know that we will likely exceed our published lead times.
We’re being as diligent as possible in providing updated lead times when we can, but it’s tough to accurately estimate everyone at-once. If you’re looking for an update, please contact us directly via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 410-923-0411. We are also typically available via chat during business hours.
We would like to respectfully ask for everyone’s patience while we get caught up. If your order has extraordinary time constraints, such as military travel please contact us to discuss. We thank everyone for your business and we’re excited to see so many start their summer off with a 42 Draft Designs exhaust system.
Messaging Via Social Media
We do accept messages via Facebook and Instagram, however we prefer to use email whenever possible for order inquiries. We take security, your privacy, and message response time seriously. In the past we’ve missed critical messages sent via social media due to a basic flaw in their systems. @42draftdesigns is logged into 3-4 phones and up to 10 PCs at once. If a message comes in and the notification is inadvertently cleared no one else will receive it, leaving you wondering “why are these guys posting but not responding to me?” This happens frequently despite our diligence. Please help us avoid this by using email to contact us about order updates.
One Last Thing...
I’ve used the cliché “we don’t cut corners” too many times in the past, but it applies even more today. We’re moving
fast, but we won’t be shipping any half-ass work. With that said, back to it.