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Old 03-02-2015, 03:23 AM   #21
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Default Re: Which would you use?

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No. I said NORS New Old Replacement Stock. It is photographed on the box of the company who produced it back in the day.
Yes YOU did but read below,

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I run a brown NOS as well, for the last 2,500 miles so far, really nice quality ,
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So to you guys NOS means from Ford ? isn't that OEM ? I got 2 of these out of a Pep boys basement that was closed since I was a kid marked 89 cents
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So to you guys NOS means from Ford ? isn't that OEM ? I got 2 of these out of a Pep boys basement that was closed since I was a kid marked 89 cents
Yes, You have what is called "NORS" "New Old Replacement Stock"..
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Old 03-03-2015, 12:27 AM   #24
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So to you guys NOS means from Ford ? isn't that OEM ? I got 2 of these out of a Pep boys basement that was closed since I was a kid marked 89 cents
Yes.

NOS is New old stock from Ford.
An OEM part can be NOS, but a rusty, dented, cracked part is also OEM but not NOS.

What you got was a NORS part.

After a while the terms get to be easy to use.
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