Posted by Christos on December 31, 2012 at 07:56:23 from (126.96.36.199):
I have a question for you all (especially you part guys):
The way I understand the Massey part system is that if a part number reads 123 456 M91 and I see a 123 458 M92 then it's the same part, just improved.
Or would Massey recycle a part number and add a M92 or M2 for a totally different item? Even though I feel like I know the answer and am second guessing myself, I'm asking because Parts Depot didn't have a part I want ending in the original (what my parts book lists) M91 but it did have same part number but ending in M92 when I did a wild card search.
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