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Old 06-17-2009, 07:28 PM
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newbie F5 question

Hello to all, I have found very good info and advice on this forum. And now my first question... Will the head liner and other interior panels of a standard cab F5 fit my F5 COE?
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Old 06-17-2009, 08:49 PM
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I'm not completely sure! I doubt it though. Perhaps the hood liner will work, but I believe the back wall of the COE is taller negating th euse of the back and wrap around panels. There are of course no kick panels to speak of.

If he doesn't come on you might want to ask: 48fordcoe - he'll know for sure. For now I'll bump this back up to the top for you anyway.
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The headliner is the same and the back panels but you will have to cut a spot for the where pass seat bolts up . The kick panels will work you just have to cut them to fit
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Yes....same headliner
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