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Front lower molding?

That's one thing that I forgot to order when I did my conversion. My bolts are beginning to get some surface rust and I think the front end looks incomplete without it. I was looking on Powerstrokeshop.com and they offer a "molding right" and "molding left". I thought it was one piece? Does anyone know anything about it? Here's what I'm looking at Your Premiere Source for Ford Truck Parts and Accessories (It's the plastic piece that goes at the bottom of the bumper)
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Thats strange that they have a left and a right. My lower "lip" as i call it is one piece as is all the others ive seen.
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it is one piece, look on ebay, it's called a lower valance, is that the piece your talking about? Or the bumper cover? They have them on there, thats where i got mine-it was like $65.00
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it is one piece, look on ebay, it's called a lower valance, is that the piece your talking about? Or the bumper cover? They have them on there, thats where i got mine-it was like $65.00
I always called it the lower valence. It's the black plastic piece that goes at the very bottom of the bumper
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You can get the lower valance for $50 from LMC Truck.(http://www.lmctruck.com/icatalog/fe/full.aspx?Page=20) I rear ended someone last winter and had to replace my bumper. My lower valance was cracked before I got in the accident but when I replaced the bumper I decided to leave it off. But now I notice the rusty bolts on the bottom of the bumper so I am going to buy the valance from LMC
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You can get the lower valance for $50 from LMC Truck.(LMC Truck Parts - Page 20) I rear ended someone last winter and had to replace my bumper. My lower valance was cracked before I got in the accident but when I replaced the bumper I decided to leave it off. But now I notice the rusty bolts on the bottom of the bumper so I am going to buy the valance from LMC

Not to hijack but, great sight! I am getting all my front bumper stuff here!
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You can get the lower valance for $50 from LMC Truck.(LMC Truck Parts - Page 20) I rear ended someone last winter and had to replace my bumper. My lower valance was cracked before I got in the accident but when I replaced the bumper I decided to leave it off. But now I notice the rusty bolts on the bottom of the bumper so I am going to buy the valance from LMC
I ended up getting it from Ford for $42
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Ok, after looking at this thing sitting here for almost 2 weeks, I might try to get it put on today. Does anyone know how this thing mounts to the bumper? Does it use clips?
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