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Supply chain issue

Post by codguy » February 22nd 2023, 7:03am

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HA, bet part of the US supply chain issues involves the US Postal Service-------- or I could be wrong.

The custom length, light weight push rods I purchased for my Harley Davidson is enjoying a nice journey.
Purchased them middle of January from a specialized company I've used before (https://www.pushrods.net) one state down. With manufacturing complete, the set shipped via priority mail on the 16th for a Feb 18 -19th delivery.

--------> Yep, got to love it; Redmond, OR > Portland, OR > Seattle, WA > Salt Lake City, UT > Boise, ID > Seattle, WA > Tacoma, WA > ???????????

Good thing I'm in no hurry and clinging to hope they will not be found damaged upon final arrival (they will be checked for zero runout for sure).

No point, just expressing an observation.

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Feb 16
2:21 pm
Shipment Received
REDMOND,OR 97756

Feb 17
10:28 pm
Accepted at USPS Origin Facility
REDMOND,OR 97756

Feb 17
11:43 pm
Arrived at USPS Origin Facility
PORTLAND,OR 97215

Feb 18
12:18 am
Departed USPS Facility
PORTLAND,OR 97215

Feb 18
4:44 am
Arrived at USPS Regional Facility
SEATTLE WA NETWORK DISTRIBUTION CENTER

Feb 18
8:14 am
Departed USPS Regional Facility
SEATTLE WA NETWORK DISTRIBUTION CENTER

Feb 19
In Transit to Next Facility

Feb 20
1:40 pm
Arrived at USPS Regional Facility
SALT LAKE CITY DISTRIBUTION CENTER

Feb 21
12:31 am
Departed USPS Regional Facility
SALT LAKE CITY DISTRIBUTION CENTER

Feb 21
7:48 am
Arrived at USPS Regional Facility
BOISE ID DISTRIBUTION CENTER

Feb 21
7:58 am
Departed USPS Regional Facility
BOISE ID DISTRIBUTION CENTER

Feb 21
3:52 pm
Arrived at USPS Regional Facility
SEATTLE WA NETWORK DISTRIBUTION CENTER

Feb 21
7:45 pm
Departed USPS Regional Facility
SEATTLE WA NETWORK DISTRIBUTION CENTER

Feb 21
9:42 pm
Arrived at USPS Regional Facility
TACOMA WA DISTRIBUTION CENTER
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Re: Supply chain issue

Post by gerdson » February 22nd 2023, 7:19am

Cool. Next time I am around, when I wanna go to Seattle from Portland, should I also take a detour through Utah first? I mean, I haven't been there yet.
Or, maybe, Columbia River has swollen and all bridges are downed. You can't quite expect these to come by Airmail, can You?
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Re: Supply chain issue

Post by codguy » February 22nd 2023, 7:28am

gerdson wrote:
February 22nd 2023, 7:19am
Cool. Next time I am around, when I wanna go to Seattle from Portland, should I also take a detour through Utah first? I mean, I haven't been there yet.
Or, maybe, Columbia River has swollen and all bridges are downed. You can't quite expect these to come by Airmail, can You?
Haven't ruled out them traveling by rail------------------------------ witch could splain things
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Re: Supply chain issue

Post by conjurer » February 22nd 2023, 8:51am

codguy wrote:
February 22nd 2023, 7:28am
gerdson wrote:
February 22nd 2023, 7:19am
Cool. Next time I am around, when I wanna go to Seattle from Portland, should I also take a detour through Utah first? I mean, I haven't been there yet.
Or, maybe, Columbia River has swollen and all bridges are downed. You can't quite expect these to come by Airmail, can You?
Haven't ruled out them traveling by rail------------------------------ witch could splain things
Maybe they got routed through Ohio. In which case they might be kinda melted.
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Re: Supply chain issue

Post by artman » February 22nd 2023, 1:05pm

Funny hearing statesiders complaining about the mail. Most vendors still don’t know what or where Guam is! We can’t even get JBL products delivered from Amazon, Walmart or any other online site. Sorry codguy your frustrations with the USPS are valid I didn’t mean to crap on your post. Hope you get your push rods soon.
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