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Posted: 6/6/2008 4:56:06 AM EST
If I plan on using a slant brake as 1 compliance part, is it necessary for it to be US marked? I know the US piston I used isn't marked, but it is of a different design, therefore not making it necessary to be marked??? Can someone please clarify!
Link Posted: 6/6/2008 5:48:08 AM EST
Pistons it's pretty easy to tell if they are us made.
Most originals were chromed and most of the US ones are stainless.
Also they have different profiles and tooling marks.

It wouldn't be required for the slant break to be marked but it needs to be able to be distinguished from the originals.

You can subdue the markings on one with a little bit of sanding so the mark isn't as deep.

If you were making new breaks you could mark them on the edge that screws up against the FSB.
Link Posted: 6/6/2008 5:56:03 AM EST
If it's not marked and the receipt shows it's US made, at least keep the receipt in case some future administration decides to launch a vigorous campaign to enforce all the existing laws, rules and regulations.
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