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Numbering System for Single Diameter Drills

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2122_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of single diameter drills. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools.
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Numbering Systems for End Mills

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2342_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of End Mills. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools.
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Numbering System for Taps

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2123_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of ground thread taps for inch sizes up to 9.999 in with a Maximum Thread-per-Inch of 99.9, and Metric sizes up to 99.9 mm with a Maximum pitch of 9.99 mm. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools. It is not intended for ACME, Buttress, or similar type thread forms.
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Numbering System for Single Diameter and Taper Reamers

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2124_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of single diameter and taper reamers. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools.
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Numbering System for Multiple Diameter Cutting Tools

2019-10-09
CURRENT
J2276_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of multiple diameter cutting tools. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools.
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Vehicle Lift Points for Service Garage Lifting

2019-10-08
WIP
J2184
This SAE Standard is directed at the proper communication of the lift points on the vehicle frame or underbody to commercial service personnel for the purpose of raising passenger vehicles, light trucks, and vans completely off the shop floor. To this end, vehicle manufacturers are guided in the proper design of a lift point label and lift points located on the body/frame for use by service garages.
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Performance Engine Building Recommended Practices

2019-10-03
CURRENT
J2379_201910
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to the function of building reciprocating spark-ignition engines which are used in conjunction with standard and high-performance ancillary components in applications intended to achieve a minimum of 1 hp/in₃. This document does not apply to rebuilt engines which may only be partially repaired with little or no machining, nor does it apply to second-hand or used engines.
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Filter and Filter Element for Hydraulic System(s) Used on Manufacturing and Assembly Equipment

2019-10-02
CURRENT
J2066_201910
This SAE Standard establishes a common specification and ordering code for hydraulic filter assemblies and hydraulic filter elements, and establishes minimum performance criteria and test methods. This document establishes two filter diameter sizes, five basic micron ratings, and two basic collapse ratings. These classifications will satisfy most hydraulic filter applications, and thereby can minimize inventory requirements for hydraulic filter elements.
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Heavy-Duty Starter Remanufacturing Procedures

2008-11-26
CURRENT
J2237_200811
These remanufacturing procedures are recommended minimum guidelines (with the understanding that more stringent procedures are acceptable) for use by remanufacturers of heavy-duty starters to promote consistent reliability, durability, and safety of remanufactured starters. Installation of remanufactured or rebuilt products is often an economical way to repair an application even though the products may not be identical to original equipment parts. Before processing any part, a remanufacturer should determine if the original design and present condition of the core are suitable for remanufacturing so as to provide durable operation of the part as well as acceptable performance when installed on the application. The remanufacturer should also consider the safety aspects of the product and any recommendations of the original manufacturers related to remanufacturing or rebuilding their product.
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Starter Armature Remanufacturing Procedures

2008-11-26
CURRENT
J2240_200811
These remanufacturing procedures are recommended guidelines for use by remanufacturers of starter armatures to promote consistent reliability, durability, and safety of remanufactured starters. Installation of remanufactured or rebuilt products is often an economical way to repair a vehicle even though the products may not be identical to original equipment parts. Before processing any part, a remanufacturer should determine if the original design and present condition of the core is suitable for remanufacturing so as to provide durable operation of the part as well as acceptable performance when installed on the vehicle. The remanufacturer should also consider the safety aspects of the product and any recommendations of the original manufacturers related to remanufacturing or rebuilding their product.
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Automotive Starter Solenoid Remanufacturing Procedures

2008-11-26
CURRENT
J2242_200811
These remanufacturing procedures are recommended guidelines for use by remanufacturers of starter solenoids to promote consistent reliability, durability, and safety of remanufactured starters. Installation of remanufactured or rebuilt products is often an economical way to repair a vehicle even though the products may not be identical to original equipment parts. Before processing any part, a remanufacturer should determine if the original design and present condition of the core is suitable for remanufacturing so as to provide durable operation of the part as well as acceptable performance when installed on the vehicle. The remanufacturer should also consider the safety aspects of the product and any recommendations of the original manufacturers related to remanufacturing or rebuilding their product.
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Automotive Starter Drive Remanufacturing Procedures

2008-11-26
CURRENT
J2241_200811
These remanufacturing procedures are recommended guidelines for use by remanufacturers of starter drives to promote consistent reliability, durability, and safety of remanufactured starters. Installation of remanufactured or rebuilt products is often an economical way to repair a vehicle even though the products may not be identical to original equipment parts. Before processing any part, a remanufacturer should determine if the original design and present condition of the core is suitable for remanufacturing so as to provide durable operation of the part as well as acceptable performance when installed on the vehicle. The remanufacturer should also consider the safety aspects of the product and any recommendations of the original manufacturers related to remanufacturing or rebuilding their product.
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Automotive Starter Remanufacturing Procedures

2008-06-09
CURRENT
J2073_200806
These manufacturing procedures are recommended minimum guidelines for use by remanufacturers of light-duty automotive starters to promote consistent reliability, durability, and safety of remanufactured starters. Installation of remanufactured or rebuilt products is often an economical way to repair a vehicle even though the products may not be identical to original equipment parts. Before processing any part, a remanufacturer should determine if the original design and present condition of the core are suitable for remanufacturing so as to provide durable operation of the part as well as acceptable performance when installed on the vehicle. The remanufacturer should also consider the safety aspects of the product and any recommendations of the original manufacturers related to remanufacturing or rebuilding their product.
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Alternator Remanufacturing/Rebuilding Procedures Includes Passenger Car, Heavy Duty, Industrial, Agricultural, and Marine

2008-05-13
CURRENT
J2075_200805
These remanufacturing procedures are recommended minimum guidelines (with theunderstanding that being more critical is acceptable) for use by remanufacturers/rebuilders of alternators to promote consistent reliability, durability, and safety of remanufactured alternators. Installation of remanufactured or rebuilt products is often an economical way to repair an application even though the products may not be identical to original equipment parts. Before processing any part, a remanufacturer/rebuilder should determine if the original design and present condition of the core are suitable for remanufacturing/rebuilding so as to provide durable operation of the part as well as acceptable performance when installed on the application. The remanufacturer/rebuilder should also consider the safety aspects of the product and any recommendations of the original manufacturers related to remanufacturing or rebuilding this product.
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Vehicle Lift Points for Service Garage Lifting

2007-09-27
CURRENT
J2184_200709
This SAE Standard is directed at the proper communication of the lift points on the vehicle frame or underbody to commercial service personnel for the purpose of raising passenger vehicles, light trucks, and vans completely off the shop floor. To this end, vehicle manufacturers are guided in the proper design of a lift point label and lift points located on the body/frame for use by service garages.
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Performance Assurance of Remanufactured, Hydraulically-Operated Rack and Pinion Steering Gears

2007-08-16
CURRENT
J1890_200708
In order to insure that the remanufactured and/or rebuilt steering gear has and maintains the reliability and performance associated with a new OEM steering gear, it is essential that the following procedures be followed; if in-house engineering capabilities are limited, it may be necessary to consult with an outside laboratory to insure all testing methods used meet with the requirements outlined in this paper.
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Data Security Services

2001-12-26
HISTORICAL
J1760_200112
The scope of this SAE Recommended Practice is to require the use of the same Security Services as defined by the International Standard ISO/CD 15764, modified by the Class of Security as determined by the resource provider and referenced in Table 1, Extended Data Link Security References.
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Numbering Systems for End Mills

1999-01-20
HISTORICAL
J2342_199901
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a systematic method for the identification of End Mills. It is intended to assist in the cataloging and supplying of these tools. NOTE 1— Caution must be taken when assigning codes for designation to prevent specifying cutting tools that cannot be physically or economically manufactured. NOTE 2— In particular without limitation, SAE disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of information contained within this report if the standards of this report are retrieved, combined, or used in connection with any software.
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