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hey guys

well as i said in past posts i was coming back and getting a 2014....

So I ordered a fully loaded White..with jusat about everything..including Black chrome wheels..

its been going on 3 weeks...and it still says scheduled for production...now I know i need to be patient..but....yea how long will it stay in "scheduled"
 

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I think if im not mistaken...I am tracking it via the VOTs system and the email they sent me? I click on it n it brings nme to the VOTS page and the progress of the vehicle...

or is there another tracking you guys use thats different than that?

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There's VOTS and MOTS (Milous' Order Tracking Service). Sign up for a Level III or higher premium membership and that gets you access to MOTS. Once your paid subscription is registered, you'll have access to the vehicle tracking thread in the Premium section of the forums - then just send Milous a PM with all the info he needs (see first post in the vehicle tracking thread once you sign up) and he'll add your vehicle to those he tracks. Click on this link to get started: Jeep Garage - Jeep Forum
 
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Spoke to Jeep customer care...
They told me it should start production within 30 days of placed order..
they wait for the specific parts ordered ... person made it seem like srt is a specific order and obviously not mass produced..which of courrse i know that...But shouldnt they have the parts already..not like its first production of it
 

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Ordered a 2014 overland fully loaded with hemi about 3 weeks ago. It's been in the production scheduled cue for about 2 weeks. Growing impatient. Do you have more detail on mots mentioned in this thread?
For more tracking you first need to be a level 3 or higher supporting member.

But, it's not unusual for a Jeep to sit in the cue for a while. Once they start the build it's just a little more than a day to complete. That's when mots really takes over.


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