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post #1 of 3 Old 07-31-2006, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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Just wondering

I saw a new on the lot f450 with some pretty nice plastic fender flares on the front. They went all the way down infront and inback of the of the front tire. They even have a little piece that goes on the front bumper to tie them in. Does anyone know if these will fit my 03 f250? Also I have been unable to find out if ford makes a matching set for the rear fenders since most f450's I see have utility beds.
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i would like to see these on an f350
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The '05-'07's had a simular set up, and would fit your truck if you do the '05-'07 conversion, might bolt up to the older one, the basic shape of the bumer and trim panel are simular enough that it would probly work... however, the newer ones might be different enough in the head light area to take more mods to work correctly. And I doubt you will find rears to match, because of the reason you stated, the 450/550 trucks are cab/chassis trucks and dual wheel, so no standard bed flares would be needed from the factory.
I like the look too, I was checkin' out a power complany truck a few months ago, would look good on my dually 350 if I ever get bigger tires and a lift!


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'00 F350 extcab, 9' utility bed, dually 221k

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