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Old 12-19-2007, 03:39 PM
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08' conversion

eBay Motors: Ford : Excursion (item 300181412199 end time Dec-17-07 21:38:15 PST)

Anyone know how this can be done? I would like some info.....
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Old 12-19-2007, 03:41 PM
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yah it can be done.... you looking at 2k plus for a conversion..... i have it all almost figured out and their would have to be some custom fabricating to get it done... esp with the fenders to get them mounted right
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talk about a gas burner..... a v10 lifte that big
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all that beauty and beneath lies an ugly gasser
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all that beauty and beneath lies an ugly gasser
sorry to but love to see how you can dance stump okay
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all that beauty and beneath lies an ugly gasser

so so true! i saw that rig before. looks alright- but why do people even consider the gas when knowing they have a big truck on their hands
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It's jus plain UGLY, nothing exciting about it all.
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Old 12-19-2007, 08:16 PM
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Personally taste speaking...I think the mud flaps are hideous looking. From an Ebay sellers standpoint, I think he should stop sounding so pissy about sharing info then make another " how to do it" package and sell that on ebay.
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Old 12-20-2007, 11:51 AM
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I agree about the fenders and the gas motor but the front end conversion does look nice but like Raul said very expensive
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Just buy all the front end parts of an 08 and swap them over...

I'm betting the custom fabrication would come in where you have to weld the radiator support (for headlamps, grill, ect) onto the innerstructure of an earlier truck.

I'd almost bet the rest is just bolt on...
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