Re: [DML] Re: Anatomy of A Failed TAB
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Re: [DML] Re: Anatomy of A Failed TAB



cbl1739 wrote:
>
> These problems have to do with the Seizure/bending of the Tab bolts because of AGE/mileage of the car and NOT poor engineering

Not correct - the original bolt is not up to the forces applied on it 
through the specificed torque and dynamic loading under normal useage.

My first DeLorean: 2353 miles, one loose bolt - and when they appear to 
be loose, it's not because the nut has come undone, but because the bolt 
has stretched.

Martin


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