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  • Mohd Jani
    Frankfurt factory
    The ATE T52 vacuum booster goes into volume production in 1972 and the production figures have remained impressive to this day. ATE takes over the manufacture of disc brakes in its Frankfurt factory under licence from Dunlop.
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