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Old 01-16-2009
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Icon7 1 piece front end....

is there a way to unbolt the front clip so you can possibly take it off as one big piece? i have a 2000 single cab. i understand the bumpers would still be there and you would have to unplug the headlights but everything else..... i want to do a heart transplant and i need to remove the front fenders and hood and grill etc.....i was kinda hoping to have the front clip taken off so that i can just "slide" the new motor and tranny in without to many "new" words leaving my mouth haha. thanks everyone.....
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Sorry, but those words will be comin out. You cant take the entire front clip off. The inner structure is welded together.
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i dont think so
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The rad support is welded in. You can remove the grille, headlights, header panel, fender and inner fenders and thats it until you gotta start cutting.
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