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I ordered my 2500 Hemi Laramie on 3-14.

Received first email from [email protected] on 3-19. Said order was confirmed and parts were shipping for the build.

Received second email on 3-20. Said parts were received and truck is scheduled for production but no date. Also gave me a tracking number so I can track it through each stage of production. Scheduled ->Production -> FRame -> Paint -> Trim -> Final inspection -> Shipment -> Delivery.

Since then it has remained "Scheduled", with not further changes.

For those of you that have ordered recently, any how long did it take from "Scheduled" for production to actuall production?

Here is what I ordered:
2012 2500 Crew Laramie 4x4 6' 4" box Sage Green Solid Color

  • Color/Trim/Seating
    • Monotone Paint
    • Lt. Pebble Beige/Bark Brown
    • Leather Trim 40/20/40 Bench Seat
    • Sagebrush Pearl Coat
  • Additional Features/Packages
    • Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle
    • Power Adjustable Pedals w/Memory
    • Remote Start System
    • ParkSense Rear Park Assist System
    • Protection Group
    • Manuf Statement of Origin
    • MOPAR Chrome Tubular Side Steps
    • Power Sunroof
    • Clearance Lamps
  • Powertrain
    • 5.7L V8 HEMI VVT Engine
    • 6-Spd Automatic 66RFE Transmission
  • Comfort, Convenience
    • Power Chrome Trailer Tow Mirrors
  • Other(s)
    • 50 State Emissions
    • Customer Preferred Package 26H
  • Tires/Wheels
    • LT265/70R17E OWL On/Off Rd Tires
  • GVWR, Towing, Suspension
    • 4.10 Rear Axle Ratio

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Mine sat in scheduled for 2 weeks, then blew thru all production steps in 2 days, then spent 2 more weeks in transit. So, 4-1/2 weeks for me. People report various experiences on the site. The transit time takes the longest.

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Your Ram is being built in Mexico

if it were a 1500 & you ordered
# MOPAR Chrome Tubular Side Steps
# Power Sunroof
# Clearance Lamps
it would slow down final delivery, because after it left the factory, it would be sent to outside contractor, they call it a UPFITTER

I don't know if they do it that way for the Heavy Duty Rams

You will be doing good to see your Ram quicker than 8 weeks from the scheduling date
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