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93dak
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6/09/2007
21:56:40

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hey all. What were the years of the gen 1 and gen 2. I have a 93 that needs a cab, and have access to a cab off a 90. I know the headlights and grill might be different, any thing else bodywise? I want to see if the cab and fenders will match up with my hood, bumper, headlights, and grill.



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6/12/2007
16:53:27

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yes, 87-96 use the same cab, fenders, doors etc.. The only difference is the radiator support, grill, bumper, lower valance, and hood. And those are interchangeable if you swap them as a set. In truth, the Gen 1 / Gen II split are really only internet designations. Dodge actually considers 87-96 a single generation.



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3/20/2013
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I have a 97 dodge dakota with the 318 in it but the bottom
of my disterbuter bolts broke off so I used the bottom part
of a v6 they look to be the same so will it work if I use my
top of my v8 on the bottom of it



Frankie De
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4/07/2014
20:48:11

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I have a 04, 4x4, extended cab, six automatic. basic modle with hand cranked window registers.
What are the interchangeable year that I can work with in used parts for the following

front fenders w/flairs and hood

front and rear bumpers

head and tail lights lights

both doors



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4/07/2014
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'97 to '04 body parts should all interchange.



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