(1) a high quality motor shaft that meets with your approval.

(2) a high quality motor shaft that meets your approval.

Which is right or wrong?
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I'm not so sure that the words 'high quality' are totally out of place.

If I'm manufacturing Rolls-Royces, I'm sure that high quality is what I want.

If I'm manufacturing budget-priced cars, I might well be happy with a motor shaft that meets my minimum requirements.

Best wishes, Clive
Thank you very much, everyone!

Your help more than meet with my approval.
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(2) a high quality motor shaft that meets your approval.

The shaft (it) meets

number 2 is correct.