The Dukes of Hazzard 8" line features a total of six characters without many accessories and only one factory reproduced item in the lot, which makes identifying reproductions a snap with this line. Unless clothes have been factory reproduced, they are not covered as accessories in this section, and in the case of the Dukes, the clothes have not been reproduced.
There are a some clothing variations in this line, as well as buckle variations on the sewn on belt. These variations are well covered in the main gallery pages for each character, and not covered here in Accessory Check.
This section will help you identify the accessories and the one reproduction part.
Bo, Luke, Coy and Vance were only available on the second version of the male body, which was more buff and had plastic joints instead of metal rivets, and strung together with hooks and rubber. Both Doctor Mego and Classic TV Toys offer factory made repro Mego bodies. DM's (marked 7th Street Toys on the back) is very accurate in detail and appearance. Lighter in flesh color, with a heavier feel and more rubbery hands. CTVT's bodies (marked Figures, Inc. on the back) are closer to original color, but tend to run a touch shorter, are more fragile, and have a slightly different design. A telltale sign of the CTVT body are the legs that tend to snap together at the knees. It should also be noted that Tim Mee produced the Type 2 body during the Mego era. This is a vintage knockoff that is identical in almost every way to the original body. It's weight is perhaps a touch lighter, and the Mego copyright info on the back of the body has been blotted out, but otherwise it's identical.
For the larger boys, Mego made the fat body. Boss Hogg can only be found the the Type 2 Fat body. Classic TV Toys offers factory made repro fat bodies. CTVT's body's are pretty Mego accurate but are more fragile. A telltale sign of the CTVT body are the legs that tend to snap together at the knees. It is unmarked.
Mego Females came on two body styles, one had arms with no elbow or knee joints but the common female body has elbow and knee joints. Daisy features the less common female body with no elbow or knee joints. This body has not been factory reproduced.