does anyone know what 9135 steel is compared to

I'm a machinist at a small mom & pop tool shop and I make parts for different
company's, right now I am making some parts for Chrysler and on their prints
they call for the material to be "9135", I have been in the Tool & Die trade for
20+yrs and have never heard of this type of material. Can anyone please tell me
what this type of steel is or compared to.
Reply to
Lawrence R. Bauman
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It sounds like one of the SAE HSLA grades, or an AISI maraging grade. They both use the 9xxx series, but I don't recognize 9135.
Is this sheet, plate, barstock or what?
Reply to
Ed Huntress
"Lawrence R. Bauman"
Just for kicks I was doing a web search for this alloy and came across this on onlinemetals site: heh heh .... ;>)}
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Reply to
Phil Kangas
Ha-ha! I should save that.
Reply to
Ed Huntress
Perhaps it's a proprietary Chrysler alloy or internal number. What does DaimlerChrysler (Daimler AG) say?
Reply to
Larry Jaques

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