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Old 08-14-2016, 04:30 PM
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Talking 1991 Isuzu Rodeo Question

New to this group, sooo thanks for the ad! I forgot my username and info after 10 years on planetisuzoo and since they are like Fort knox I likely wont be returning anytime soon..

So, my question today is about interchange... I have a 91 Isuzu Rodeo 2 wheel drive...
I snapped my rear leaf spring setup (my fault - we wont go there now) and find myself in need of a replacement.
I am looking for both sides , COMPLETE leaf packs, and for whatever reason I can not find ANY interchange info on this... I know it has to cross over with something? ya? no ? maybe so????

Does anyone here have any input? I have been hearing that my specific Rodeo is 1991-1992 Specific but I have not been able to confirm this...

My Rodeo is pretty heavily modded - nothing stock about it at all.

In addition to replacing the leafs, I will be converting to a disc brake rear end as well.

Thanks for any insight, I look forward to exploring the group and getting to know you guys

CHEERS

-SteveO
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