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Wow, had no idea
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Yea, that is what I was thinking. The Chinese could be supplying who knows what to Mahle.
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In my former life, I worked for a large jet engine company. We had several joint ventures in China who manufactured critical aerospace parts for our commercial engines. Once the quality requirements were clearly understood, these ventures produced reliable, quality parts that were as good as any other supplier domestic or international. Only federal export restrictions prevented us from manufacturing parts for military engines there.
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