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Old 03-25-2008
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does certifit really work

i mean i know it works but are the prices really that cheap...like 30 bucks for a stock honeycomb grille and only like 60 bucks or so for a new valence with foglights ?? let me know if anyone has used them before. i know it has come up a lot but not sure if thats what people are paying thanks

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Sure does I just got a grille, header panel and bumper last week for 156 total. The header panel is hard plastic instead of fiberglass but everything else is the same as stock. The foglight valance was only 40 more.
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sweet thanks....
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Yep. My 01 Conversion was completely done through Certifit. They let me inspect all the parts before paying them as well.

Now hopefully they get 05 STX parts in stock sometime....
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They let me do the same, they also have a good return program.
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ok sounds like a plan cause if i dont fab a bumper then a new valence and no matter what a black honey comb grille is going on
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I did a 01-03 front end conversion too, and its all certifit as well...it all fit nicely.
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Damn I am going to replace some stuff on my truck just cause of the prices. New tailgate bumper and valance! Plus there is a location about 20 minutes from me!
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drool... amazing prices.. must buy STUFF!

thanks for those who posted this!
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certifit? Do they have a website? Id like to check them out. Sounds alot better and cheaper then buying stock stuff through ebay..
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ya its certifit.com they have most stock stuff for our rangers or at least the exterior stuff all for real cheap
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Awesome. Ill have to order something through here. Too bad its so far from me.. Freaking San diego.. Lame..
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haha its about 1 hour from me not to bad and i know people who live down there so if you are thinking of picking something up tell me first and ill order it with you and ill go pick it all up when im down there. and same for me ill be ordering stuff in the next two weeks or so
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wow i got ripped off on my hood, now im mad, but atleast i know where to go
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Yeah I'm so glad I found that place I would have paid 6 times as more from Ford.
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so they dont deliver?
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No, I think they only deliver to body shops. I could be wrong though.
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haha its about 1 hour from me not to bad and i know people who live down there so if you are thinking of picking something up tell me first and ill order it with you and ill go pick it all up when im down there. and same for me ill be ordering stuff in the next two weeks or so
Thanks Mike. I may have to take you up on the offer sometime.

If they do deliver to your house itd probably cost an arm and a leg...
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ya no prob man/// just let me know when ur about to order something so that i can do it at the same time and make it alot easier
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oh wow, thanks for letting us know about certifit. i've never even heard of the place until now. there's one fairly close to me so i know where i'm going if i ever decide to replace parts.
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haha ya its been posted about people getting thier stuff from there but i dont know if there is a thread directly about it....but now there is hope it help alot of people
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Sticky Sticky Sticky!
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that good ole sticky icky icky? or just a plain sticky sticky sticky?
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that good ole sticky icky icky? or just a plain sticky sticky sticky?
Just a plain sticky for the forum lol. Thatd be fine. No icky is needed lol.
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I heard of the place before my brother ordered some stuff off there for his Camaro and it didnt fit well but with all ya'll saying it does and the price I am going to give them a second thought
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