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    Is there a way to contact homebrewedcomponents?

    I need to check on an order.


    thx

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    It's on the website! In fact, the link is at the top of this page.
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    I believe Dan just shipped a bunch of product. I received a chainring & cog in today's mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    I believe Dan just shipped a bunch of product. I received a chainring & cog in today's mail.

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    cool, thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    I believe Dan just shipped a bunch of product. I received a chainring & cog in today's mail.

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    Man I sure hope so. I'd really like to get the SS on the trails.

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    sweet! new tugs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
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    yeah I'll try it again.

    Just wondering if 48 days since I ordered is normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bt
    yeah I'll try it again.

    Just wondering if 48 days since I ordered is normal?
    Yeah, 48 days is not out of line. I can't remember exactly when I placed my order but it was around 6 weeks ago(?)

    Dan's a busy guy but he recently hired someone to help out. Everything is made to order (no cold food!) and therein lies the rub of working with a one-off shop -- amazingly cool stuff made just for you, one at a time -- by one guy. Sometimes the waiting can be trying.

    When my ring & cog arrived today I fondled them for quite a while. Amazing. So worth the wait. If I had anything better than an iPhone I'd post photos, but even good photos wouldn't do these pieces of jewelry justice.

    Hang in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    Yeah, 48 days is not out of line. I can't remember exactly when I placed my order but it was around 6 weeks ago(?)

    Dan's a busy guy but he recently hired someone to help out. Everything is made to order (no cold food!) and therein lies the rub of working with a one-off shop -- amazingly cool stuff made just for you, one at a time -- by one guy. Sometimes the waiting can be trying.

    When my ring & cog arrived today I fondled them for quite a while. Amazing. So worth the wait. If I had anything better than an iPhone I'd post photos, but even good photos wouldn't do these pieces of jewelry justice.

    Hang in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    Yeah, 48 days is not out of line. I can't remember exactly when I placed my order but it was around 6 weeks ago(?)

    Dan's a busy guy but he recently hired someone to help out. Everything is made to order (no cold food!) and therein lies the rub of working with a one-off shop -- amazingly cool stuff made just for you, one at a time -- by one guy. Sometimes the waiting can be trying.

    When my ring & cog arrived today I fondled them for quite a while. Amazing. So worth the wait. If I had anything better than an iPhone I'd post photos, but even good photos wouldn't do these pieces of jewelry justice.

    Hang in there.

    --sParty

    thanks, that makes me feel better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    You didn't leave your DNA on them, did you?
    Mighta got a little on there.

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    P.S. Cog spline = painful.
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    Can we make something about wait times a sticky? I know it is hard to hang on for a couple weeks, but...

    Quote Originally Posted by Sparticus
    Mighta got a little on there.

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    P.S. Cog spline = painful.
    I can't imagine the width being a problem for you.

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    I've never been able to get a hold of the guy and I've tried every way possible multiple times. just had a simple question before placing and order, but never got a response. I decided to order elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umarth
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    I can't imagine the width being a problem for you.
    Well if anyone would know, I guess it'd be you.

    Well... and Sizzler's lil' sis. Hey, the three of us oughta get together again real soon.

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    That has been the trick for me, sometimes he misses the first one, but a second one has always gotten a repsonse, sometimes within minutes. He is a busy dude, and is very forgiving when you change your order etc.

    Mine is currently in the mail I think, can't wait to see it. I ordered 3/7, told him to halt that on 3/15, told him to forget the halt on 3/18, checked progess on 4/19 and was told it should go out this week. So total about 7 wks for a WI spline 32T green ring. No way to get that anywhere else, esp for his low prices.

    Also, wait time may depend on what you are ordering - if its a color he doesn't often get orders for, for example, I'd think you'd have to wait longer for a batch of that color to get anodized together.

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