Glider kit

Glider kit means either of the following:
(1) A new vehicle that is incomplete because it lacks an engine, transmission, and/or axle(s).
(2) Any other new equipment that is substantially similar to a complete motor vehicle and is intended to become a complete motor vehicle with a previously used engine (including a rebuilt or remanufactured engine). For example, incomplete heavy-duty tractor assemblies that are produced on the same assembly lines as complete tractors and that are made available to secondary vehicle manufacturers to complete assembly by installing used/remanufactured engines, transmissions and axles are glider kits.


40 CFR § 1037.801

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