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Old 02-27-2010, 03:23 PM
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05 grille conversion for 2000 superduty

2005 Ford F250, F350 Grille Conversion for 1999-2004 : eBay Motors (item 220563684231 end time Mar-02-10 13:09:06 PST)

Anybody use this kit before? It looks like they just machined down the bottom bar to fit the stock 99-04 bumpers. Looks like a nice job on the grill. Could up put the 05 headlights in also with this grill and have it look right with the 99-04 bumper? Is there any diffrence in the head lights from 99-04 to 05-07?

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Old 03-16-2010, 06:10 PM
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the headlights mount differently. but i was looking into getting that gril with my setup.
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....check my write up its a sticky!
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heres that grille on my truck with the 05 headlights

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I had originally thought of going w/ the pre-trimmed grille but for that price, I could've bought 5 grilles and cut them up on my own. Granted I don't have a CNC machine, but I've got plenty of tools to do the job. But luckily I found a 07 bumper that was already painted the same color as my truck, for a decent price.
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i cant change my bumper since the rh i have isnt compatable with the new style.
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i cant change my bumper since the rh i have isnt compatable with the new style.
Sell the rh and buy a 05 road armor
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Old 03-17-2010, 05:44 AM
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01 redcrew did you have to do anything special to get the head lights to work? Did you have to modify anything behind the head lights to get them to fit?

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yes you have to cut the header panel some to make them fit
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yes you have to cut the header panel some to make them fit
some lol...under statement...make one hell of a mess.. again look at the sticky, i put diagrams up there on what to cut for headlight install!
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