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Old 11-15-2010, 07:35 PM
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Which headlights will fit?

I have a 99 F250 PSD 4x4 and i am looking to upgrade the headlights. I have no desire of switching the grill but my question is how new of a year can i go with the headlights without having to modify my truck? Any tips or pictures would be much appreciated.
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99-2004 will be a direct bolt in. It you wish to use 2005-2007 lights you can cut the header panel. Instructions for header panel cutting below

http://www.dfuser.com/Install%20Guid...Conversion.pdf
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Thank you. What about the harley davidson headlights?
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Here you go.

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Thank you. What about the harley davidson headlights?

The link above has you covered. I have the same ones on my truck. Also to run 2005 up you will have to buy some plug adapters. Riffraff sells those as well.

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Thanks guys. I appreciate the info and quick replies.
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Does this apply if you have sealed beams (glass) and not the plastic composite headlights?

Mine is a 2000 Xl and its like having 2 candles out in front of truck coming home at night.
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I don't know about the sealed beam question, but to the OP, I upgraded my 2000 with the 2005s from RiffRaff, very happy. Good price and the header mods were easy. Good luck.

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Does this apply if you have sealed beams (glass) and not the plastic composite headlights?

Mine is a 2000 Xl and its like having 2 candles out in front of truck coming home at night.
Yes, it will still work.
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