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I thought maybe I post this in the 6.7 section too since what better way to find out information on something like this then the guys who already have the truck like it. I have an 08 F350 and was wondering,


Has anyone done this or know if it can be done? I wanna say you need
- hood
-grille
- fenders
- front bumper
- headlights

And probably need to relocate the latch for the hood and a way to secure the grill and headlights everything else should bolt right up I would think. But then again that would be to easy lol

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I thought maybe I post this in the 6.7 section too since what better way to find out information on something like this then the guys who already have the truck like it. I have an 08 F350 and was wondering,


Has anyone done this or know if it can be done? I wanna say you need
- hood
-grille
- fenders
- front bumper
- headlights

And probably need to relocate the latch for the hood and a way to secure the grill and headlights everything else should bolt right up I would think. But then again that would be to easy lol
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Yes, it can be done. I did my 2012 on my 2000 Excursion.The 2008 to my 2002 F250
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