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What is spec P56011 and P55004?



October 23, 2020

Q. We are having trouble tracking down a couple of specs. If anyone could help send us in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated. The specs are P56011 and P55004.

Tyler Barnhart
- Chanute, Kansas


October 2020

A. Hi Tyler. Large companies like GE and GM used to each have thousands of specifications. So any hints at all, like whose drawing it was on, whether it's for electroplating or some other finishing process, or anything at all as a starting point would help. I don't know if we'll be lucky enough to attract a reader who knows those two particular specs.

Luck & Regards,

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