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Ever heard of Ram-Par Industries?
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Post# 1017995   12/14/2018 at 11:02 (184 days old) by lowefficiency (Iowa)        

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I stumbled across an interesting website yesterday - "Ram-Par Industries" out of Canada.
www.ramparind.com...

It appears as though they are (or were?) a manufacturer of aftermarket repair parts for appliances, covering a range of brands and models. What led me to their site is that they apparently at one time manufactured replacement agitator shafts for Maytags (p/n 200730), which some third-party parts suppliers referenced instead of the Maytag or Whirlpool part numbers. Some links on their website are broken, but the catalog, with part numbers and photos, is still available.

Their website hasn't been updated since 2004, and an email to their sales address bounced back as invalid. A Google search of their name only finds their website and some historical job postings looking for skilled welders.

Just thought it was interesting.






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