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Old 01-17-2010, 07:19 PM
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where do these front end parts go???

Hey guys, I bought a salvaged 2000 f250 and have been fixing it up. The front end hit a concrete barrier. After pulling the fender, front header, bumper, etc off, i took it to a frame shop. It's now back and as i'm putting it back together I can't figure where these parts go. Maybe part of the air flow ducting?

The smaller part is thin, hard plastic. The larger is a stiff felt. Any ideas?
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I think the small piece goes somewhere under the headlight and fender. It is a little trim piece.
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The skinny plastic piece goes in between the headlights and the bumper.
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the larger piece is a air baffle. It goes in the rear most inside your fender. At the door. I just finish my rebuild. The second piece looks like the pieces left and right of the radiator/condensor to direct air flow.
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Thanks guys. The small piece fits under the headlight. Cbubac - thanks for the info on the larger piece. I've got a temp fender on now, when i get the permanent fender and hood I'll install the larger piece near fender/door area.

Great job on the rebuild Cbubac - truck looks great! I hope mine comes out as good.
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Thanks guys. The small piece fits under the headlight. Cbubac - thanks for the info on the larger piece. I've got a temp fender on now, when i get the permanent fender and hood I'll install the larger piece near fender/door area.

Great job on the rebuild Cbubac - truck looks great! I hope mine comes out as good.
I appreciate it, im getting tires on tomorrow and will bring home. The bi^ch is that the tires are gonna cost more than all the parts I put in this thing.
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