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would the chin spoiler from a 1990-1996 f150 not work? may have to drill holes and kinda "make it fit" but i wonder if its the right width?
The only problem I see with that is the angle at the bottom of our bumpers.I'm not sure,but I think the 8th..excuse me,87-96 bumpers are flat on the bottom.If one of these 87-96 air dams were put on our trucks,the bottom would point out away from the truck.
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...but I think the 8th..excuse me,87-96
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