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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-18-2007, 05:19 AM Thread Starter
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new hood and grille

i need a new hood and grille any suggestions

99.5 F-250 7.3 4X4 reg cab.
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and a whole bunch of other crap i dont really need.

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go with the 05 and up stuff... A 05 grill and headlights... then a cowl hood.

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go with the 05 and up stuff... A 05 grill and headlights... then a cowl hood.
Agree +1
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I agred also that is what I want to do for my 03 I think it will look sweet lik e getting a fave lift for the PSD
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I would go with the keystone heat extractor hood.... It is very nice!!!

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I would go with the keystone heat extractor hood.... It is very nice!!!
you know anyone that has one of those.I was curious on if it worked worth a crud.

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We got a guy at work with a king ranch dually and he sware buy it. I am not to crazy about the design.... but also there is a another guy with a 350 and he has a fiberglass functional ram air hood. that looks good.
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Here is mine..... a little preview: ... Still needs a clear coat and addtional color to the flames.... Picture honestly does not do it justice...

Still awesome looking hood... As far as functioning... not too sure yet. But when I test fitted it I could feel the heat blowing out the engine bay on each scoop...

Gotta be good for an extra 20 horse power.........




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