Thank You KB112 for the comment and Bubba for the link help,i appreciate that.
I wanted to post the complete front view instead of just leaving it like the old post of 1 light done and angle shot instead of head on view with 2 completed.
I have updated my previous top post,to show what the vehicle looked like in the spring of 2002,i bought it in the fall of 2001.I had to go back in my head when i found this pic and remembered i installed the fog lights in the spring..lol.
Obviously you can see the difference in light size and shape when compared to the stockers and the general vehicle itself when compared to todays 2006 view.
I think the nicest thing about it... but at the same time the most worthless feeling that it's accompanied with... is that it looks so great and just flows that the whole front end doesn't stand out as being any different other then a hood and air damn compared to other trucks out there... '06s at least.
You have to really know the truck to know the difference... and even then it'd take a couple looks and spoting other details that would tell you just what's been done here.
Wow..old post that goes back to my earlier chrome bumper.
The chrome bumper is not the problem as they are the same from 02-08...the way to do it is the cover that sits ontop of the chrome bumper...you take an 02-05 cover and transfer the rounds under the headlights over to the 06/07 cover...plastic weld from the back side...bondo the front and paint.
This way the lower corner angles match up with the angles of the 06/07 grill shell.
The 06/07 grill shell is a direct bolt on to the 02-08 hoods.
I most recently completed this type of transfer to the 2006 SRT10 Cover.
Thanks 4404spd....your Daytona rear spoiler and the shaker hood go good together...your change over from the srt stuff was the way to go to give individuality.
I was surprised to see this thread up.....just responding to... Mxtime question.
DeMoN-HeMi....if your talking about the headlights,i wont make another set of them because its a bitch to make one pair and another bitch to get them resealed properly so they dont leak or fog because your basically turning everything to junk..then you have to put a square peg in a round hole and make it work...the whole back section over near the turn signal is lengthened and fiberglassed on the backside.
If your talking about the bumper cover and transferring the rounds over...Member Hurst Collision is capable of doing this type of transfer.