The 4300D was a spread bore carb, i.e. the secondary's are larger than the primary's and were used on the 72 Q code motors and a slightly different version on the 71 Boss and 72 R code motors. 72 Q code head are different to the 71 M code and are open chamber.
Personally I have no experience with a 4300, mine is sitting on the shelf and that's where it's going to stay. I only keep it as it was ( I believe) original to my car, unfortunately with no tag, so I can't be sure.
I am pretty sure anyone here will tell you the same thing. Unless it's a concour car, forget it. If your Holley needs a rebuild as it sounds like it does, then I'd look at that first. Kits are easy to get and lots of videos on YouTube I'm sure to help. Failing that, take it to someone who can rebuild it for you, like a local speed shop.
That's just my unqualified opinion.