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Old 01-26-2020, 02:18 AM   #1429
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Originally Posted by Dadhawk View Post
Or do we? By replacing the springs we now no longer know how many would ultimately fail if the recall didn't happen. It is possible that the longer they were used metal fatigue would have come into play, or cracks would develop along the "bad parts".
The springs that were going to break already did long before the recall was issued. This is part of my disappointment in the corporate decision. The failure data clearly supported the already widely understood engineering principles on the subject.

Basically, whatever was going to break did so within a thousand miles or two. It was an idiotic decision from the very beginning.
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