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post #1 of 7 Old 08-22-2007, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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05' Headlights??

I've got a 99 f-250 my buddies getting some 35" toyo muds and new headlights put on his truck tomorrow and I was wondering if his headlights would fit on my truck and how much I should pay for em....figured it look a lil better then my fogged up ones now. Thanks


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That's a good question... I'd like to do the same thing. My cousin has a '07, clear head lights, looks great. I'd like to find/swap this type of lights into my 2000 superduty. Is this a direct bolt it, how about the wiring for the lights?
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its possible with some modifications to the header board
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anybody got any more info bout this??
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Yeah, it can be done, and I have heard that it does not take much time at all. Someone told me 45 min for the first one, and 10 for the second one. i dont remember what all he did though. I think there was one piece that was holding it up that needed to be modified.

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You'll need the new pigtail if you want to do it right, or you can "hard wire" them yourself. I like factory wiring, so I recommend the pigtail from Ford. You can modify your header panel as well to make them fit. Other then that, they're bolt in.

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