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Old 14th May 2010, 14:31   #1
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Default Maruti child parts for Ritz, Wagon-R & Alto

As surveyors we are part of a forum where we keep getting weird queries & attachments from different class of surveyors.
The automotive surveyors are the most funny lot (No offense). I see many basic & high-end queries flying around.
Found this is as an attachment yesterday.
Frankly I have no idea what does it mean by "Maruti Side body panel child parts for Ritz, Wagon R & Alto." so posting it as it is. There is a price-list included therein.
Hope its helpful to someone.


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Old 17th May 2010, 01:24   #2
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Child parts are basically smaller parts that are assembled together to create a vital parts.

For Example Steering Unit comprises of following child parts

1. Rake & pinion
2. Tie rods
3. Tie rod ends.
4. two nuts and two quarter pins to lock the nuts.

Ofcourse replacing a defective child parts rather than to replace the whole parts is cheaper.

Basically what you have in the above pdf is individual price of side panel.

As you can see in Following image of Alto left side panel comprises 27 parts welded together. Doors not included.

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