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Old 08-24-2019, 06:41 PM   #18
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Default Re: Buyer beware on another repro part

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Originally Posted by eagle View Post
Sometimes a person is asked to use their own thinking a bit when repairing things. A simple careful look is all that's needed. Where I used to work as an electronics service tech we referred disparagingly to the "parts replacers" vs the technician. We are lucky to have the parts available for our 90+ year old cars that we have. Use your head, yes some parts need a little reworking, some maybe more than that but at least they are reasonable priced and widely available.
Don't want to step on anyone's toes, but I just wanted to let everybody know that the screw was too long and could cause this problem. That is all. I bought the screw because my old one was not satisfactory; trust me, whenever an original part is useable, I use it.
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