I'm sorry, it's kinda hard to understand what you are saying. So you invested in a mill after putting in a reservation for a pro? Just a reservation? That's crazy. I had a reservation in too, but understood that I'd probably never see it, so I hunted one down and paid $7500 over sticker to have it. You should probably move on as you will probably never see that reservation. They are so behind on production and the 2023 is already like $7500 more than the 2022. If you think they are going to make good on all those "promises" when there is a shortage of chips, you are a bit diluted. Those first people who got reservations (in my opinion) will never see them. It's simply isn't financially advantageous for Ford to do so at this point. You would end up stuck in the woods anyway running the mill with your lightning. You are best off buying your generator and hauling it in with an ICE saving yourself heaps of coin. Although you will surely miss that 0-60 acceleration.Two years ago I put a deposit down on a 22 Lightening Pro. My idea was to pair it with a industrial saw mill, and make a killing----and have a lot of fun----- in the forest. The 36 inch Norwood sawmill is together, on a trailer with a 10 hp motor.
Everyone on this site, and the dealer, say that a reservation, is kinda a wishy washy thing that they may do. Right now, they don't want to do it, but maybe later. Such crap! If someone on this site can help me force Ford to honor their written promise, I will be a lumberman. If not, make me an offer on a fantastic new sawmill.
Only with your accelerator fully depressed and the door closed. BTY your boy is about to get arrested 🤣Thank you both. My reservation date was 7/4/2021. Are you saying if I wait long enough, I will get my truck at the agreed upon price? And if I put a power boost pro in my garage now, I could at least use my truck in there?
Thanks for the help!