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Thanks. I found the same part numbers, too.
The two vendors that stated 32GB was possible are smsassembly.com (http://www.smsassembly.com/product.php?productid=697&cat=1455&page=1) and dataram (http://memory.dataram.com/memory/system-model/735/9/oracle-sun-sun-fire-v240-memory). The link for Dataram notes the OBP level.
If I recall correctly, 4GB DIMMs didn't exist when that platform was designed, let alone when it went EOL.
If you have MOS credentials and can open a Support Request (SR), go ask Oracle's Technical Support directly.
If you don't have such credentials, you won't be able to download any patch updates, so just expect to max the system out at 16GB for a dual-processor configuration, which is what Sun always stated as the design maximum for that platform.
Here's a link to a cached copy of Sun's original web page for that system: