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Old 12-31-2002, 03:27 PM   #1
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Question The good and bad

I am looking at some photos of a 93-360. The outer skin seems to have less rivets on the front, side, back, well I guess overall, than my 85-325?

Does anybody know what the difference is in the construction of the two models as well as the good and bad of the differences?

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..and the "ugly"

One of the things discussed at our first MH rally in Mystic Springs was the "rumor" that the entire dash board had to be disassembled
to remove the radiator. Not sure which years were included in this $3K engineering mistake.
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