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Dayco is urging workshops to ensure they fit all additional components it supplies with its belts, tensioners and idlers. Among these additional items[See the full post at: “If it’s in the kit, then change it” Dayco urges workshops]
Why would you not change something that’s in a kit of anything
Liability reasons for a second reason but main reason is so you can charge the customer for the ‘extra’ parts,
A pity that so many kits do not include all of the parts that the manufacturer recommends
be changed, stretch bolts being a prime example.
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