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Thanks for posting. I have been watching like a hawk and then gave up for a bit then sure enough there is an update. I've been in touch with the Canadian installers of quigley's product and made them aware that I am interested.

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Why not just install the AWD bits that they use in other markets?
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Thanks for posting. I have been watching like a hawk and then gave up for a bit then sure enough there is an update. I've been in touch with the Canadian installers of quigley's product and made them aware that I am interested.
I did not know there are Canadian installers of Quigley vans. I was was under the impression that we just ordered them through any Ford Dealer in Canada. Please explain if you know of a different process.
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I did not know there are Canadian installers of Quigley vans. I was was under the impression that we just ordered them through any Ford Dealer in Canada. Please explain if you know of a different process.
After speaking with quigley and letting them know my location they informed me of the process for Canadian customers. They deliver their "kit" to Farmbro who is an upfitter in Mississauga. It has something to do with different "safety standards" and governmental / transport Canada approvals. The other thing to note is that pricing is higher than what you read on quigleys website as it relates to north of the border pricing. If you are still listening to this, and are from a Canada and want a transit 4x4 then you need to deal with Farmbro. Also don't expect them to be ready the same time quigley is ready. There will be some lag time.

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