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R and DM/U cabs couldn't be the same since the latter were offset to the left and had almost different cowl than a R. But if you literally (or physically) cut the front portion of the cab off starting from the door hinges and up to the windscreen bottom I would bet the rear half would be the same for all three.

And if the memory serves well CA47 is a centered R-model cab marking. Wonder which figure marks Superliner cab. It's also centered with zero offset but has different cowl sides to suit the boxed hood.

Edited by Vladislav

Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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Also the Sheller Globe, Mack look alike, R model cab that Brockway used will not interchange with the Mack cab as the cowls are different for the Brockway Butterfly hood.

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Yes it’s pretty much the same cab but like these fellas said from the windshield forwards there’s a lot of alterations for different models and the DM and U model have and indentation on the drivers side for stepping on the fuel tank to get in it … bob

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