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Old 07-19-2003, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Swapping body parts

So after looking at a few of the Amigo's and seeing that wonderful fender well opening(thanx for slashing your tire Sean and changing so I could see how big they really are)I thought back to when I saw something a year or 2 ago about doing the change over from Rodeo stock fenders to Amigo stock fenders.I have a 95.5 Rodeo so would the 94-96 range of Amigo work for this?I tried a search on the wire but no joy.Anyone know off the top of their head.


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Old 07-19-2003, 01:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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amigo fenders bolt right up to rodeos and pickups

and it looks really cool w/ the flared fenders
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cool

so is there a particular year I should keep my eye out for or is it one of those no brainers?
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any amigo 89-94 will work
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most isuzu front clip parts are the same for the styling runs whether pickup rodeo or amigo.
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Old 07-21-2003, 12:57 PM   #6 (permalink)
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A lot of incorrect info here... let me interject some of what I know. There's more discussion of this over on the 'Wire:
http://www.4x4wire.com/forums/showfl...c=1&PHPSESSID=
...I'll append pix to that thread this afternoon as examples.

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First-gen Amigo fenders will bolt on to first-gen Rodeos (and vice versa, as I have done for years) but the wheel well is the same size front-to-back. The chief difference between the fenders is the amount of 'bulge; to the top of the arch... coverage is the same at the fender bottoms. Amigo fenders are only available at the junkyard or at the dealer; Rodeo fenders are available also available in reproduction stampings for cheaper (why I run them). If you swap fenders from Amigo-to-Rodeo or vice versa, to do it right, you'll also need the plastic inner fenderwells. There are also some differences on the radio antenna hole, depending on year.

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Some bumpers are radiused wider at their ends to match the Amigo flares, so your fenders may look goofy in relation to your bumper if they are mis-paired.
The front clip sheet metal stampings vary quite a bit (but in small ways) through the first generation years... there are small mid-year tweaks with holes in different places. With larger variations, the first gens are split in terms of straight grills, curved-bottom grills, and aero-headlight grills, with corresponding variations in the grill, bumper, headlight/marker assemblies, and front bulkheads.

In summary -- you *can* make parts work across the whole first-generation, but some custom work will be required, and sometimes, no matter how hard you try, it just won't look right.

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A lot of incorrect info here...
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not sure i would go that far.....there wasn't realy too much info here at all.

thanks Randii.....informative and helpful as usual

i hear ya on the inner liners, but not a fan of those.....don't personally run them...but, i can see the value of it if you are thinking on more of a stock-ish truck w/ stock bumpers.
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Re: Swapping body parts

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I have a 95.5 Rodeo so would the 94-96 range of Amigo work for this?
Not to split hairs but 95-97 amigos dont exist, at least not in the US. First gen was 89-94 and second gen is 98-current.

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Not to split hairs but 95-97 amigos dont exist, at least not in the US. First gen was 89-94 and second gen is 98-current.

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Thank you Dallas...I ride a Rodeo so I have no clue about the Amigo portion of this program...LMAO.Thanx for the very quick very tastefully done flaming....more of a sparking really but thanx.

Randii I always love when you interject and once again super info.You run Rodeo fenders on your Amigo???When I finally saw an Amigo with a tire off it looks like there is all kinds of room for craming a tire in there.Far more than in my Rodeo's fenders wells.Could be an optical dilusion but that's what I think I saw.So is there a fiberglass aftermarket or has Drew not finished those yet?
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im perty shure my statement said much of what yous did randii, except the whole bumpers being wider for the flared fenders on amigos
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