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Front bumper question...

I know that the rears are compatible from like 83-present. But my question is about the front. I have a 94 XLT 2wd, and I am looking at a 2007 front with fogs. Is it a direct fit? Or did something change through out the years that would need fab? I just don't want to spend too much, as I am buying a house and need to switch the truck budget into the house soon.
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