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rebuild

[rē′bild]
(engineering)
To restore to a condition comparable to new by disassembling the item to determine the condition of each of its component parts, and reassembling it, using serviceable, rebuilt, or new assemblies, subassemblies, and parts.

Rebuild

To build again. To make extensive structural repairs after a structure has fallen into disuse through neglect, vandalism, or natural disaster, such as fire or flood..
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After the president/CEO of Life Rebuilders - Midwest Challenge, Pastor Gary Parker, encouraged Rajavuori to consider a position on the board of directors, he prayed about it.
I believe that the Lord wanted me to get further involved with Life Rebuilders - Midwest Challenge," said Rajavuori.
For example, the rebuilder should maintain a database on all customer spindles with records for vibration, inspection, etc.
The rebuilder should preferably have in-house engineering and manufacturing capabilities, allowing it to reverse-engineer and make replacement parts should they be required.
Our in-depth knowledge of the marketplace from new parts, to all-makes, to reman components and respective distribution channels empowers our company to expand its support and service to key rebuilders who insist and demand parts and assistance now, not tomorrow, said Brad Begley, senior manager, Drivetrain, Meritor Aftermarket.
Outside of the economy, product liability was still a major problem for the rebuilders.
the Hope auto parts rebuilder, has bought the assets of Beacon Sales & Distribution, which had revenue of about $1.
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One of the best known and most successful automotive engine rebuilders in the Orlando area, having been established some 30 years ago.
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