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

The easiest way to tell is that they have a 12-point head and have no  
plating (and will have no corrosion!).  IIRC, they even say "Toby TAB"  
on the head.  Here's a photo of a (bad) original bolt next to a new  
"Toby TAB".  That original bolt (granted, I'm guessing it was original  
based on the car's milage and service history) was bent to that degree  
after about 23,000 miles.



On May 5, 2009, at 4:17 PM, dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> So what about these Toby Tabs? How can I tell the difference between  
> the OEM and the Tobys?


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