Just wondering how common the four wheel disk brakes were on the early Amigos and Rodeos and such. The Amigo I purchased came with the disk brakes, I'm just curious.
My Sis's inlaws must have had a mid year 87 then. It had square lights but only had a 2.3L engine and still had drums in the rear.800XL said:87.5 is the cross over point for Troopers. All 86s are drum rear with 10 bolt Isuzu diff, late 87s are like 88s with 12 bolt diff and discs.
Most of the switchovers of 86 to 87 parts were in trucks with a manufacturer date of about oct-nov of 1986 so it is kind of confusing. They were made in 86, but sold in 87 as 87 model year. If you get one from right in the middle of the transition you might have all sorts of mixed up parts. 10 bolt front with 10 bolt rear, round or square headlights, 2.3L carb or 2.6L Injected motor, 84-86 dash or 88 style dash (with the little lip running clear across). For the most part though, if your 87 has round headlights you have an 86 and if it has square lights you have an 88.
I dunno so much about the Amigo, Pickup, and Rodeos yet but it looks like Tad has that part of this thread covered pretty well.