Originally Posted by Matt @ FSP
Pfadt brought the coilover production in-house actually during the coilover production down-time. That is a major move, from doing partial assemble to now manufacturing ALL of the coilover parts in-house, then assembly, quality control, packaging, etc. just does not happen overnight as backorders keep building unfortunately. They brought this service in-house to control production runs, product quality, and costs among other reasons. I'm not here speaking of Pfadt's business plan, but this was not a fiasco it was down-time as they moved production 100% in-house.
Now as far as the camber plates, like Eric stated, Aaron is intending on putting priority on the camber plates.
That's right. If you know anything about manufacturing, the amount of work to move production 100% in-house is exponential. I applaud Pfadt in their endeavours, too bad their first gen coilovers are holding up so well. I like those new ones.
For the camber plates. Eric was able to send me out the parts that I needed and I really appreciate it. Big
. And as Matt says, they're putting priority on them. I've ran their camber plates since day one without any issues. Easiest thing to install, literally plug n' play. If it wasn't for my lazy mechanic messing up the top mounting plates, I would not have had to replace anything!
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