Ok, I've got a '92 F150, 2wd, etc, etc. I've seen some other F-series trucks that have a different front bumper and I really like the looks of it compared to mine. I've only seen them on 4x4's and I'm wondering- Did 4x4's use a different style of bumper? What I'm looking for is the front bumper with the two holes down low near the center, like for added cooling or such. Mine is the plain, original style with the black moulding. I'm trying to find the other one only because I drive alot at night towing my boat and it would be nice to get a set of really good driving lights and mount them inside those holes. Those stock Ford headlights just don't cut it on 2-lane highways @ 65-70 mph towing a ProV!
Anyone know what the heck I'm talking about, and if so, where I can find one? I'm willing to drive almost anywhere (I'm all over the state w/the boat anyway), and I'll even swap mine for yours if you have a good clean one and want mine (from Arizona).
Oh, please don't tell me try scrap yards. "Been there, done that" many, many times!
Im getting a 91 ford F-150 4x4 to part out in a few days to a week (depending on when my tow truck buddy delievers it.
Im not sure what the bumper looks like but if its something you want Ill let you have it for $30 if you take it off. im up near North Branch.
My description is slightly incorrect, as the bumper I am looking for has three square holes in the front, right above the license plate, all surrounded by a black rubber moulding. I haven't made it Ford yet to check on the part number given by Mitch (above), but here's a link to someone's Gallery here that shows what I'm looking for:
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