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I have a 1986 S10 extended cab, that has had the whole front end wrecked, I found a 1991 S10 that the guy only wants $500 dollars for, and I would like to use it for parts to fix my current 1986 S10, I need to know if the front fenders from the 1991 s10 will fit my 1986, and along with some other parts. the 1991 Is not an extended cab.

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Yes, those fenders, etc. should be fine. Those two trucks are the same. The body didn't change until 1994 and the part numbers for the two trucks' fenders are identical all the way through 1993. Good luck! I hope this helps.

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