Yes but with no neutral position in the t-case you need to drop the rear drive shaft to tow.Can you flat tow one?
If it has disk brakes it is an Isuzu 12-bolt. If it has drum brakes it is an Isuzu 10-bolt. There was no D44 in the 89-94 Amigos.What is the rear axle? 10 bolt, 12 bolt, 44?
The 2.3 is a carburated motor, the 2.6 is an injected motor. I have not driven the 2.3 but feel that the 2.6 will be the stronger motor.Is there a big performance difference between the two early 4cyl.?
No relationship at all. Both Isuzu rear end are third member style. I believe that the GM rear end have inspection plates.Does a Isuzu 10 bolt or 12 bolt have any relation to GM 10's and 12's, or is it just bolt count?
The Isuzu 12 bolt is comparable to a Ford 9-inch rear end and is very strong. The 12-bolt ring gear is about 8.7 inches. The 10-bolt is not so strong.How strong are these axles?
I don't know if any of the 44s are a bolt in but I can say that some Rodeos are coil sprung and ALL of the early Amigos are leaf sprung.Do I understand a 44 from a Rodeo will bolt in?
I like the 2.6 with fuel injection and manual tranny. Do the valve adjustments on schedule otherwise this motor has a tendancy to burn exhaust vavles, Make sure you use MOTOR oil for the tranny and t-case (on manuals), gear oil will kill an Isuzu tranny QUICKLY.Have a good friend who is considering an early Amigo as a DD/wheeler, and I'm trying to get the skinny.