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Anyone running a cervini's cowl hood.

Looking for input from someone using a cowl hood from cervini's. I love the look of there 3inch cowl hood but was wanting to hear about fit and finish. I ran a steel cowl hood on my last super duty but I like the look of cervini's better. I have ran cervini's hoods and body kits on my mustangs in the past and fit was good so I figure the same for there truck stuff but would like to hear from users. And can I use my factory shocks that hold the hood on the fiberglass hood. Thanks.

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I'm interested too. I know that my uncle had a fiberglass cowl hood on a ram that he used to have, and wasnt impressed (not sure what brand it was). paint spidered on it really bad. anyone else have input on paint spidering on a fiberglass hood?

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