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Old 08-21-2011, 06:39 AM   #29
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Amen, Dave. I had to know the brake info for studs for the wheels as they where different. What is the difference between a P32 and a P30? The Chevy dealer I.D.ed our mh as a P30 and the VIN starts 1GB. Thanks Tom/Karen.
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Amen, Dave. I had to know the brake info for studs for the wheels as they where different. What is the difference between a P32 and a P30? The Chevy dealer I.D.ed our mh as a P30 and the VIN starts 1GB. Thanks Tom/Karen.
tomkaren: the term P30 is nothing more than a industry generalization of the correct nomenclature used by GM. There NEVER was a P30, even though many dealers, repair shops, and even some state registration forms used the term. The confusion came about because many of the early models were (example only) P30232. Most folks did not understand that the 3 digits immediately following the P are a wheel base code and that the "series" of those chassis was the P and last 2 digits.

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is a link to a thread, started by a member in a position to KNOW the facts, which will explain it all. Ed
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