The risk of a fake SFP

Thanks Sebastian and thanks Roger

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Very good post from Sebastian Thaele (thank you)

It’s the nightmare of every motorist. Your car was just repaired a few days ago and now it stopped running in the middle of nowhere. Or you even crashed, because the brakes just didn’t work in the rain. Fake parts are a big problem in the automotive industry. Original-looking parts from dubious sources could even work as expected in normal operations but when the going gets tough, the weak won’t get going. So before a fake cambelt wrecked your engine or a fake brake pad costs your life, it might be a good idea to not save on the wrong things.

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