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will doors and fenders off of a 90 fj62 fit on my 84 60??? I know the doors are electric and will have to be converted over. There is a parts 62 on craigslist in greenwood for sale for $400. It is missing axles, trans, tcase, and rear hatch upper and lower. Wants 300 just for doors and fenders and any trim i need. But heck for 400 i could get the whole thing and go from there.
 
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The doors should. I believe that the fenders will, you might have to trim the inner fender to get it to fit.
 
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That guy is in our club. Jim, he has a 40. I almost bought that 62 6 or 7 years ago, but never followed through, it was complete then but needed a trans rebuild.

Doors will fit, but you have to convert to power, the inner door is different than a 60 and you cannot just swap parts over. The fenders will not work with the 60 front end/grill/headlights, etc.
 
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That guy is in our club. Jim, he has a 40. I almost bought that 62 6 or 7 years ago, but never followed through, it was complete then but needed a trans rebuild.

Doors will fit, but you have to convert to power, the inner door is different than a 60 and you cannot just swap parts over. The fenders will not work with the 60 front end/grill/headlights, etc.

wonder how hard it would be to wire up the doors??
 
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i really thought about just putting my trans and such in the 62 if it was in better shape and if the motor ran.
 
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door wiring would not be all that hard if you got all the relays/switches.

I'd spend a couple hours de-pinning everything, labeling it/removing it from the donor rig then you will know how it all hooks up to yours
 

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