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post #1 of 11 Old 12-11-2012, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
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Lower valance or chin spoiler.

I have noticed that some super duties have a chin spoiler or lower valance on their front bumper. Mine does not have this and I would like on how ever I have been unable to find one. I have seen some f350 like the western hauler conversions that have a styled lower valance or chin spoiler that has a spot for fog lights.

does any one know where I might find one.

and yes I have searched Google for one and checked eBay.
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My 03 has the lower valence below the bumper but does not have spots for gof lights ( those are located in the center hole of my bumper)..I was contemplating taking off this piece today seeing has how i just installed an 8" lift on my truck over the weekend. Though it might make the front end look just a little bit taller with the valence gone but after giving it a closer look, that valence piece hides a thick frame bar that connects both sides together....if i remove the valence it will show all that ugliness so i decided to keep it on. lol
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Are you talking about something like this?

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Kinda, I would jump all over that if I had a 4x4 but being a 2x4. I don't think it would look that good that close to the ground. I will find a pic of a western hauler and post it in the am.
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from the factory, some models had a lower valence, like our Excursion in my sig pic. It does hide a lower bumper reinforcement bar, that mostly just protects the lower edge of the intercooler and radiator. Both my trucks do not have it, so in my opinion, it's kinda optional.

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Oh I didnt think he was talking about the factory valance. Alot of trucks have them alot dont. My E99 didnt come with that or fog lights, so I bought some and fitted them to my bumper. Used alot of self-tapping screws
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Something like this

or even this
Catalog Item - Unique Concepts

is what i was thinking. there is another one that looks more like the one in the link but use chrome bumper. I have seen it before but can't find it now.
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Bionic, do you have a link to the one in the pic? Thanks

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Ford Air Dams/Bumper Covers I found it also on another site also. I was only able to find them thanks to dieselcrawler and his comment about excursions having them.
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