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    Ted, Without the GN I can't be sure of the date,...

    Ted,
    Without the GN I can't be sure of the date, but pertaining to the 10L, I believe sometime in 1976-77, the D1-4 became the standard spindle. The threaded spindle and the L00 were optional. In...
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    Pre-Configured orders probably yes, CLC was D1-4,...

    Pre-Configured orders probably yes, CLC was D1-4, CLO ("OH"?)was" D1-3, but later also a "0" zero was used as a filler number, like a blank space on the build sheet, the CL was in the first column...
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    CLC is a D1-4 Cam Loc spindle, CL0 is a D1-3 Cam...

    CLC is a D1-4 Cam Loc spindle, CL0 is a D1-3 Cam Loc

    Steve
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