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post #1 of 4 Old 01-05-2011, 07:55 AM Thread Starter
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Looking 4 driver side headlight for 96 F250 - GA

I just relocated to Buford GA. A few weeks ago I was waiting at a stop sign when a lady from the opposite direction decided to turn in front of an oncoming dually truck and her car got banged into my truck (front driver side). Her insurance said my truck was too old (1996) to have it repaired and wanted to write it off. I took a min amount to prevent that because there is nothing wrong with my truck besides the bumper and headlight damage from her car getting smacked into my truck. All this and it was not even my fault. Needless to sat if I wasn't in this truck I might have gotten serious hurt as well!

I am trying to find a good reliable place in Buford, Hamilton Mill or Winder area to get parts for my truckey. The metal bumper can just be bent back again but the driver side head light is damaged and I need to find one. Would appreciate any references of places where I can possibly find parts and/or a contact where I can take my truck to have it repaired. I have spoken to a few people in the area but I always get the same response, rolling of the eyes and, "phew, that's an old truck"!

I might be a woman and maybe not the greatest at finding things since I have moved here, but nobody insults my truck! She runs great and I trust her with my life (so to speak)...

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When I bought my truck the headlights were yellowed pretty bad. I picked up a pair of headlights delivered to my door for $37 from eBay. I thew the old ones away. They are not too bad to install - you could do it. As far as the bumper, a tree and a come along will get it back out where it needs to be...
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ebay is the best place to check f150 head lights should fit
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Just installed a pair on my '96 F350. About 35 bucks for the pair from partsgeek.com. Not to bad to install, skinnier arms would've helped though!
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