BTW, mine is 48 teeth but slip-yolk. I know '93 (the year of my Amigo) is the year they switched from slip-yolk to fixed-yolk in the Amigos. Apparently I have an unusual cross between the two (slip-yolk, but with fixed-yolk # of teeth). I would say I'm shocked, but its Isuzu
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