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What's the news... anyone know how this affects production and delivery dates!..

Do tell!

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Seems like a good company buying a good company.

I will hold off on a TS Aro Purchase for now.
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Yeah I read that.... it's corporate speak and says little.

Of key interest is the date Sept 1st and the statement moving production to Quebec.

Hence the original question... how does this affect next months scheduled delivery!.
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I tried to get ahold of them today and Camso reps are now the voice. They were very friendly but not much info transfered yet. Seems it was a surprise to some of the peeps over there as well.
I cracked 2 chassis(same day, same stump) last year and when I enquired about doing the chassis exchange program Jamie told me to hold off and exchange for the 2018 chassis. Double checked today hoping I had some documentation of this but no luck as it was all over the phone. I hope this was documented on Yeti's end as it was a nice surprising perk.
Being an Edmonton resident and a huge advocate for Yeti's customer service, I am disapointed this is going down but definately willing to give the Camso crew a chance.
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Thanks for the info... yes... key will be if Camso carries over commitments made by Yeti.

Commitments on warranty and going forward on 2018 orders, pricing, delivery times, parts support etc.

Any other voices on Camso experiences specific to this Yeti buyout greatly appreciated.

I thinks it's key to dealer / customer confidence to know where things stand asap.

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I tried to get ahold of them today and Camso reps are now the voice. They were very friendly but not much info transfered yet. Seems it was a surprise to some of the peeps over there as well.
I cracked 2 chassis(same day, same stump) last year and when I enquired about doing the chassis exchange program Jamie told me to hold off and exchange for the 2018 chassis. Double checked today hoping I had some documentation of this but no luck as it was all over the phone. I hope this was documented on Yeti's end as it was a nice surprising perk.
Being an Edmonton resident and a huge advocate for Yeti's customer service, I am disapointed this is going down but definately willing to give the Camso crew a chance.
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I think after HayDays we'll know whats going on a little better.

I was filling out the form to purchase my camso dts, mostly because I like the brand, one rail design, and the price. Then I saw they bought yeti.. I'm waiting to see whats going to happen now... they're probably going to keep everything the same then do a bunch of new stuff for 2019...

Has anyone rode the Camso and Yeti? Thoughts??
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I think after HayDays we'll know whats going on a little better.

I was filling out the form to purchase my camso dts, mostly because I like the brand, one rail design, and the price. Then I saw they bought yeti.. I'm waiting to see whats going to happen now... they're probably going to keep everything the same then do a bunch of new stuff for 2019...

Has anyone rode the Camso and Yeti? Thoughts??

I own both and for the $$$ the camso is 2x the ride of the Yeti.

Camso issues are weight and suspension.

I'm looking forward to the 129ss as it essentially copies the Camso design but keeps the Yeti weight and suspension. With a little luck it'll be the basis for the 2019 platform.
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