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Old 05-30-2015
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Just CRASHED my 1994 XLT

Had an accident with a Dodge Ram. He needed a tow. I drove away. As I recently spent $2,500 for rebuilt trans., etc., etc., etc. I want to think about fixing the damage with cheap donor truck or scrapyard parts. Am I correct in believing that '93-96 front-end parts (grill, bumper, hood and fender & headlight) are interchangeable year-to-year? Thanks.
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93-97 are the same. You could swap on a 98+ front end also. Just make sure you grab it all.. header panel, lights, grille, fenders, hood, etc.
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Thanks Ryan. Good to know. Luckily, it seems there are plenty of "donors" to choose from on Craigs List - some in the correct color!

New questions: Are the windshields all the same also? How about the doors?
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