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Need help with D17 Diesel Part Numbers

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Bob D. (La)

08-01-2003 19:29:40

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I recently purchased a 62 D17 diesel without rear fenders. I have located a set but they are on a series IV,while mine is a series II. My parts manual lists part numbers for mine, but I wonder if someone out there has a parts manual for the series IV and could post them so I can tell if they will interchange. Thanks in advance.

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david l wilson

08-03-2003 21:08:56

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 Re: Need help with D17 Diesel Part Numbers in reply to Bob D. (La), 08-01-2003 19:29:40  
bob they will interchange. the only diff. is the ser. iv have the lights on the fenders and a handle to assist getting on. [ so they have aprox. 5/8 holes on front side] the fender from a d19 are the same as d17 ser. iv. hope this helps. if you still need part #'s let me know and i will look them up for you. good luck david l wilson

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Bob D. (La)

08-04-2003 14:32:39

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 Re: Re: Need help with D17 Diesel Part Numbers in reply to david l wilson, 08-03-2003 21:08:56  
Thanks David. I did know about the lights, but didn't know if physically, they were the same. Again,Thanks.

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