How to Identify Genuine Taylor Parts
When ordering Taylor parts be sure that you are getting what you expect. Mis-labeled parts and previously used parts being sold as new Taylor are prevalent.
Saving money is very enticing. But using the wrong part can lead to premature failure, truck downtime, and additional repair expense.
Make sure your parts have this label.
Beware of counterfeit alternatives.
Generic parts carry risk.
Buying generic parts carry a level of risk in not receiving a complete component. While part numbers of a generic type might seem accurate, they may not include all the accompanying elements required for installation.
This can unexpectedly delay repair resulting in frustration and added costs.
And in the example here, if parts are visibly missing on the outside, can you be sure that everything is as it should be on the inside?
For more information, please contact your regional Taylor Machine Works International representative.
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