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Im Just Curious if anyone has put 08 tail lights rear bumper and rear diff cover on a 2000 i have all of it just wondering what i need to get to put it all on my truck

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Many have. The diff pan is a direct replacement. The tail lenses only need the newer pigtail to plug into the lenses i believe, other than that they bolt right in as well. I'm not completely sure if the rear bumper mount brackets are identical or not, I can't imagine there is little if any difference. I do believe the boxes are all the same...
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I have the 08 diff cover which bolts right on. You just need the longer bolts from that cover, the 00 ones will be too short.

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ok where is the best place to get those bolts

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ok where is the best place to get those bolts
Hardware store. I do believe it is a standard bolt, and they need to be a half inch longer than the stockers...
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Do not get them from Ford. The dealer wanted to charge me something like $10 per bolt. I laughed and left. I ended up getting mine with my cover from an online site.

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The bumper mounts up but the plug for the trailor is mounted to the reciever on newer trucks not to the bumper like mine was what have you done with the plug im debating on drilling holes in my reciever or bumper

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