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Is anyone near Birmingham? Interested to have someone put eyes on these wheels. There are two HD wheels and two whatever, seller has center caps but no lugnuts. Price is for all four wheels shown in ad.
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Any thoughts on thsee 05-07 f250 headlights?

I would have to cut the header panel of my 02 Ex, right?
https://pennstate.craigslist.org/pts/5509792845.html

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Any thoughts on thsee 05-07 f250 headlights?

I would have to cut the header panel of my 02 Ex, right?
https://pennstate.craigslist.org/pts/5509792845.html

They look good, yes some trimming will be required on your fiberglass header panel, or you could get an '05 header panel for a little over a hundred and not have to trim any.
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You will have to cut the header panel and need adapters for the bulbs which Riffraff Diesel sells. I am guessing those are a aftermarket set based on pricing.

If you decide to change header panels, might as well upgrade to the 05+ front end.
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They look good, yes some trimming will be required on your fiberglass header panel, or you could get an '05 header panel for a little over a hundred and not have to trim any.
From what I have ascertained...trimming the 99-04 header panel eliminates so much material that you are better off getting the newer header panel.

The headlights are not secured in the panel.
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GET A NEW PANEL! Trimming is ghetto even my cheap *** doesn't do it
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From what I have ascertained...trimming the 99-04 header panel eliminates so much material that you are better off getting the newer header panel.

The headlights are not secured in the panel.

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You will have to cut the header panel and need adapters for the bulbs which Riffraff Diesel sells. I am guessing those are a aftermarket set based on pricing.

If you decide to change header panels, might as well upgrade to the 05+ front end.
Thanks for the heads up on the adapters. I wasn't aware of that. The ad says that they are "stock", which I thought meant they are oem. I will have to get in touch with him and find out.

Anyone have a part number for the header panel and adapters?

Thanks guys!
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Thanks for the heads up on the adapters. I wasn't aware of that. The ad says that they are "stock", which I thought meant they are oem. I will have to get in touch with him and find out.

Anyone have a part number for the header panel and adapters?

Thanks guys!
Let me google that for you

Ford - 99-03 Super Duty 7.3L - Gauges, Electrical & Lighting - Electrical & Lighting - Headlight Conversion Harness - Riffraff Diesel Performance

Hope this helps.
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New Overhead DVD player, Gray. wrong color for me. Found it in Chattanooga TN when driving home from Florida this weekend. I drive my wife nuts looking on craigslist for excursion parts In every town we drove thru.

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That is an amazing deal. I hope someone here can use that.
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