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Old 05-25-2009
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Xenon Bumper Cover/Air Dam

I used the search function first I swear, but didn't see anything to answer my question. I've been wanting to replace the damaged front bumper on my 2003 Ranger Edge. Xenon makes a kit that I actually like, but everywhere I go it says that it does not fit edge.


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Fits Styleside, does not fit Edge."


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I mean how much different can they be? It cannot be modified easily to fit?

Anyone have a clue.

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god those headlights are ugly
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It is a bumper cover and valence, so it goes over your bumper, and since the edge bumper stops a bit shorter than the XLT bumper, I imagine it would have mounting problems.

Solution: get an XLT bumper to go with it.
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It is a bumper cover and valence, so it goes over your bumper, and since the edge bumper stops a bit shorter than the XLT bumper, I imagine it would have mounting problems.

Solution: get an XLT bumper to go with it.
Nice. I definitely would not have thought of that.
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Nice. I definitely would not have thought of that.
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Too bad your not closer, I have a XL bumper in the garage I would give you
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Too bad your not closer, I have a XL bumper in the garage I would give you
You're good people in my book for even offering something like that.

so an xl bumper will fit i guess? and then i can put the cover over that..

I read all the body kit roll pan stuff and everthing says...for splash.stepside.styleside. rarely says edge, so I am hesitant to buy anything because my luck is that it will always be the wrong thing..
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The only real difference body wise on an Edge is the front bumper/valence. As far as roll pans go, all the fleet side beds are the same. With body kits, the cab and bed will be the same, with the bumper being different as previously noted. Please don't put a full body kit on it though.
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The only real difference body wise on an Edge is the front bumper/valence. As far as roll pans go, all the fleet side beds are the same. With body kits, the cab and bed will be the same, with the bumper being different as previously noted. Please don't put a full body kit on it though.
hahaha! The "please don't put a full body kit" had me laughing. No sir, I will not do that. I want a Sir Michael roll pan and possible this bumper cover/valence. and that is all for those types of cosmetics. I think the edge bumper is bulky and mine is scratched to hell from the previous owner.

I promise no ground effects..side skirts or the like. :)
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Thank you, you had me worried there for a minute. If you're looking to get the SirMicheals steel pan, do yourself a favor and check out the Grant Kustoms compound curve pan, they make it in bolt in now.
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Thank you, you had me worried there for a minute. If you're looking to get the SirMicheals steel pan, do yourself a favor and check out the Grant Kustoms compound curve pan, they make it in bolt in now.
Nice. They actually have alot of options on their pans. Not just location of license plate box but curved or no curve/leds..etc.

And at a pretty nice price. Thanks again, you have saved me money and time. :)
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Glad to be of service! I couldn't be happier with my Grant pan, so I spread the word!
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