Posted by larryanderson on December 22, 2012 at 04:38:00 from (220.127.116.11):
I have had a few 72 2520/3020/4000/4020/&4320s and notice that they are not always the same.Most but not all have wide front with one less bolt,They have one more slot usually on L&D,Most always have long shifter,but some people changed them back,The rear axle housing are a little different and sometimes wheels have ovals some times circles.Any thing I am missing as I have some pretty sharp collectors stop and I dont have answers for some of the questions I get.I know 40 years things get changed.I have also seen 2 4320s with Stolper Cabs which I say is impossible[dealer installed I think]..A guy had 4520 advertised as 4620 but serial # and cab gave him away although he still has it reposted that way.Thanks
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