As I prepare for a teardown, I have another follow up question here. The teardown I'm about to start is with a BoP that clearly has a ton of missing pieces. Posts are gone and plastics are flapping the breeze, there are drywall screws holding up ramps, and the plastic posts that are there may or may not be the right ones. I'm 95% sure the main mechanical components are right, but the devil is in the details.
Unfortunately, there isn't a reference per se that is easy to use at this level of detail. I've seen others post their teardown pics of their machines and I can try my best to reference that.
In any case, I'm wondering if you experienced folks have any particular technique for validating the parts are the right ones for a specific area of a machine? Is this just a case of experience informing what you think should be in a particular place, and getting a replacement?