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Old 02-07-2012, 07:06 AM
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My 91 has manual doors of of a 92. I'm wanting to put power doors back on it like it came out with. I know newer door will fit but will the 92-96 plug into the 87-91 wiring harness behind the kick panel.
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I would like to put the newer style front clip on my 1990 Super Duty.
Will I have to get the core support? Or will the newer fenders and grille bolt on?

If you have a nice rust free front clip, I would like to buy it.

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Been reading this thread and now I have questions too

I hate the power windows/door locks, and prefer the old-style panel look. Is it possible to just swap the innards and inside panel, and get the old-fashioned crank windows back? or would I have to swap the whole door?
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My 91 has manual doors of of a 92. I'm wanting to put power doors back on it like it came out with. I know newer door will fit but will the 92-96 plug into the 87-91 wiring harness behind the kick panel.
I just picked up a '94 ext cab short box 4x4 and currently it has manual windows and door locks.

I would like to put power windows and door locks on it.

A free bump for the two questions above as the answers to those should provide me with the information that I require.
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what does it take to put power windows/locks in to a non-PW PL truck? I have a set of power doors, just not sure if the harness is in the non-power truck. maybe I could just run some wires to the PW and PL?
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will 83 doors fit my 89? i have found a cheap pair to replace my beat up doors,and i want to sure they will bolt up before i buy them.
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I have been wanting to know if I can put power windows in the back seat windows of my F350 CC. If anyone answers the earlier questions, I'll get my answer too!
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I was wondering if a 2005 Crown Vic IFS fit on a 1989 F150 Chassis. I always read people doing it with older F100. I don't know if the chassis of my 1989 F150 is the same as 1979 F100. I'm trying to make my truck into a street truck, so I want a lowered stance
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I was wondering if a 2005 Crown Vic IFS fit on a 1989 F150 Chassis. I always read people doing it with older F100. I don't know if the chassis of my 1989 F150 is the same as 1979 F100. I'm trying to make my truck into a street truck, so I want a lowered stance
RO241, you're posting in an old, dead thread.

Go to the front of the forum HERE, on the top left, is a button that says NEW THREAD. Click that button and start a new thread with your question. You might get better response than in this thread about doors, front clips and cabs.

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I was wondering if a 2005 Crown Vic IFS fit on a 1989 F150 Chassis. I always read people doing it with older F100. I don't know if the chassis of my 1989 F150 is the same as 1979 F100. I'm trying to make my truck into a street truck, so I want a lowered stance
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Thanks, first time on the forums
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There is a bracket bolted to the door for the armrest, these things are different and have to be swapped, but that's it, the inside door skin will snap on. http://www.flickr.com/photos/motorst...7602815837039/
I got a pair of 92 trim panels at the U Pull but they poked out too far....sounds like I need to go back to the JY and pull the arm rest bracket. Thanks Conanski...again
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