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Old 12-21-2009, 11:44 AM
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what vehicles have interchangeable fenders?

I just purchased a 2000 F250 w/7.3 diesel. The truck is in good shape, except for the damage to the lt front fender, where prior owner ran it into a cement wall! I need to replace the fender, inner fender, hood, grill, bumper, lt front lighting, etc. Can anyone tell me what years and models have interchangeable front ends? For example, will a fender from a 2003 f150 fit this truck?

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Old 12-21-2009, 11:52 AM
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1999-2007 F250 through F550 body poarts will interchange. F150 parts will NOT interchange with a Super Duty
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Thanks for the input. I'm picking up the truck this weekend and will be hard at work replacing the fender, bumper, etc in the next week or two. Any tricks to removing the bumper, fender, lights, etc?

Thanks!
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the truck's in good shape, oh except for needing pretty much an entire new front end

there are tricks to removing that stuff, unfortunately, based on the look of the pic in your avatar they won't matter, i would bet a Big F'n Hammer will be your friend
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you should be able to upgrade to the 05-07 look since you have to replace a lot of the front already

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you should be able to upgrade to the 05-07 look since you have to replace a lof of the front
i second that, you're replacing pretty much everything that's replaced when doing the 05+ conversion, might as well upgrade!!
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I'm doing this on the cheap, so hoping to get replacement parts from the storage shed of some guy that did an 05 conversion and took off perfectly good parts!

Got the parts stripped off and took the truck to a frame shop to check that there's no frame damage. Now looking for a header panel, left headlight and marker light, grill and bumper. And REALLY hoping to find a red fender and hood in Northern Cal.

Found a "how to" write up for the 05 conversion that gave me great pics and advice re: removing the damaged parts. Hoping to install my stock 2000 replacement parts next week.
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thats cool man. getting oem parts for that will be good also so you dont mess with the aftermarket stuff and get it cheap
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