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  1. TheArcticWolf1911
    Thank you, btw. It's an awesome swap to do. Better fog lights, and it allows the 98-00 to use the Lvl II tow hooks without having to drop the bumper all the way down.

    Forgot to mention, you'll also need the fog lights themselves. I got all my parts on ebay, except for the valance which I already had.
  2. TheArcticWolf1911
    It is an entirely bolt on swap. You'll need the valance, top piece, eight clips that hold the 'upsweep' to the bumper (or you can ziptie stitch it like I did, either way works), plus the bumper brackets.

    I used 1/4-20 bolts, nuts, and lock washers to put it all together. Other than that, it doesn't require any modification to the truck itself.

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  • About BDod
    First Name
    Brian
    Location
    Uniontown, OH
    Year
    2000
    Model
    XLT
    Engine
    2.5
    Drive
    2WD
    Make
    Ford
    Vehicle Modifications
    Truck Specs: 2000, 2.5L Single Cab XLT

    Tires/Wheels: Eagle (Alloy) 15x8's, BF Goodrich A/T 33x12.5x15

    Engine Mods: 97 tubular manifold, Dynomax 2.5 exhaust, K&N filter. Up to date on all major maintenance.

    Suspension Mods:

    Front:
    3" Doetsch Spindle lift, 2" Crown Suspension Lift Springs

    Front & Rear:
    Rancho RS5000 shocks

    Rear:
    Ford Explorer Leaf springs
    Pro-Comp Add-A Leaf kit

    Exterior Mods: AVS Bugshield & window deflectors, clear turn signals up front.

    Interior Mods:

    Audio/Video Mods:

    Custom Mods: 8.8 FX4 Level II rear (with Torsen LSD) installed by a previous owner and refreshed by myself with a non-bent passenger side axle, new axle bearings and seals, and new rear end fluid (with LSD additive).

    Miscellaneous: Have fixed a ton of stuff wrong from previous owners including shoddy wiring, sloppy rear end installation problems that affected the rear braking system, and so many tiny things. Each time I fix something like that though, the truck becomes more reliable and solid. Worth it.
    Gender
    Male

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