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Old 11-13-2011, 06:53 AM
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Facelift on the Excursion Completed!

Finally got around to installing some front end parts I've had kicking around for a bit. I think it really sets the front of this truck off. The truck being all black, the stock headlights stuck out like a sore thumb. I added some Harley Edition F250 headlights, a prerunner bar and three 8" ProComp off road lights. I masked the logo off on the white plastic off road light covers and shot them in flat black to match the logo and get rid of some of that nasty non-black color

Here are some before and after pics... Enjoy!

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Looks good, I like it!
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Diggin' all the black.
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man!!!that looks awesome
i want to put one of those prerunner bars up front too but i have to figure out how to mount it with the hidden winch set up i got.
i just got my HD lights also just havent put them on yet.
really looks good.
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Looks great!
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man!!!that looks awesome
i want to put one of those prerunner bars up front too but i have to figure out how to mount it with the hidden winch set up i got.
i just got my HD lights also just havent put them on yet.
really looks good.
Does that winch set-up move the bumper out more away from the truck or still in the stock location? If it's still stock, it doesn't seem to interfere with anything you have going on. This bar just mounts to the existing bumper bolts next to the tow hooks. If it is in fact moved out, you may be able to fab up some extension "C" brackets that bolt up to the bumper/extend out for needed clearance/fold back in at 90* with the mounting holes drilled through????
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Does that winch set-up move the bumper out more away from the truck or still in the stock location? If it's still stock, it doesn't seem to interfere with anything you have going on. This bar just mounts to the existing bumper bolts next to the tow hooks. If it is in fact moved out, you may be able to fab up some extension "C" brackets that bolt up to the bumper/extend out for needed clearance/fold back in at 90* with the mounting holes drilled through????
ya its about 5" out. ill have to do some modifying to get it to work when i get one, but hey thats what makes it fun right?
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Looks good I am looking to do almost the same upgrades.
Prerunner/same lights as yours(only2)/grill (got it down to 3 I like.
How do you like the lights?
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Looks good I am looking to do almost the same upgrades.
Prerunner/same lights as yours(only2)/grill (got it down to 3 I like.
How do you like the lights?
if your talking about my truck.....first off THANK YOU
the 6" lights on the bumper are the 300,000 candle power bulbs & they do alright but now with all the HID & LED lights out i want to change the housings out for the ones that accept the H-3 bulbs so i can put in HIDs. LEDs are toooo expensive to put on.
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if your talking about my truck.....first off THANK YOU
the 6" lights on the bumper are the 300,000 candle power bulbs & they do alright but now with all the HID & LED lights out i want to change the housings out for the ones that accept the H-3 bulbs so i can put in HIDs. LEDs are toooo expensive to put on.
Your truck is sick too but I was posting it to. (nugnt1)
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