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New Interior Door panels

As the title says I'm in need of new door panels. Has anyone tried these panels and what do you all think of them. They are pricey, but if they are decent they would help the look of my truck. Link: Ford F-Series Pickup - Bronco Door Panels | Raybuck Autobody Parts

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Look like Eddie Bauer upgrades, but no light in the door and do they make them in crew cab?

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I noticed the lack of light, however, I didn't see that the looked like Eddie Bauer panels. I did not see if they had crew cabs either. I have requested color samples to determine how close they match the interior in my truck. I just bought a rust free bed from the high desert, having it shipped in this week. I have decided to keep the truck as I can't see any replacement being cost effective at this time.

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wonder how hard i would be o add a light. not necessarily a stock light but maybe pull a bill and mod some LEDs to work??

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looks like they have crewcab doors.

Edit- the picture for the bronco and the f250/350 door panels look exactly the same. Could just be the wrong picture shown?

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The Bronco (full Sized) and the F-X50 up until 96 and 97 heavy 250 and 250 used the same cab styles so the doors are the same. In fact most the interior parts are interchangeable. The company has sent color samples of the grey to me, will post when they get here how close they are.

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Crew cabs have a different drivers side door panel

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I did not know that, is it because the extra window controls?

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Yes. What I am trying to figure out is if they do have crew cab panels, and they are just the same picture posted for all models due to the simlarity.

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I got the color samples today, Grey only. It appears that the light grey (theirs) is the closest to fords opal grey in my 96. I think that the light can be added in the area it belongs from the factory. I have noticed that the rear pocket is not on these door panels. Not a deal breaker but that is where all my keys for everything goes do I don't have to carry them. The Lower pocket is reserved for my truck gun.

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