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Old 12-11-2003, 12:37 PM
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body part interchange

I need 2 new (used) doors and a rad support for my 88. What other years will fit? I was told the doors from 80-96 will fit, is this true? I plan on buying 2 new front fenders rather than search for rust free ones, rust free is a fantasy up here on the east coast of Canada. Can you still buy the rad support bushings (mounts) ? I'm going to do the body up on my truck for paint and I want to start collecting some replacement stuff.
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Old 12-11-2003, 03:17 PM
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Doors/cab are same 80-96. Anything forward of the cab is same between 80-86, 87-91 and 92-96. They will not interchange between these three styles unless you do it all, in which case I'm told it's a no-brainer bolt-up. People have put all the 92-96 body parts on their older trucks and updated the look. Box is the same 80-86 and then from 87-96. There are subtle differences in the lines between the two styles but nothing major.
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what do you mean, the box? i have a rolled over 89 F-150, and i have a 82 cab, will the cab bolt up? all i need is the new cab, so will the 82 bolt up, with my 89s fenders?
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From what I've *heard*, it should. You might have to make holes in the firewall and some other adaptations to make it work but I hear it should fit.

By "box" I mean the part behind the cab.
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o, okay, thanks
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