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jimbo

03-25-2003 13:30:09




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Can anyone tell me what the difference between a 4000 and a 4000SU




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Bill Oakes NY

03-26-2003 05:00:14




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 Re: ford 4000 in reply to jimbo, 03-25-2003 13:30:09  
Jimbo, I have a 4000 SU; I love it! Got the power and features of the 4000 but almost as easy the get on and off as an 8N. I have a few pics posted in the gallery.



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RickB.

03-25-2003 15:21:18




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 Re: ford 4000 in reply to jimbo, 03-25-2003 13:30:09  
The SU has smaller rear rubber, and the steering box, bolster, grille shell and front axle from a 3000.



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