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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-21-2012, 10:03 PM Thread Starter
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F100 body parts fit on f250

I am wanting to restore my 76 f250 2wd. i was wondering if all the body parts are the same with f100s? cab,doors,fenders, etc. thanks
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I'm almost one hundred percent sure they are but if you go on to crossCanada.ca you can double check part numbers to be sure

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1973-1979 doors, hoods, fenders (inner and outer), rad support are all interchangeable. Glass should be as well. Do yourself a favour and put the plastic fender liners in from 79. You'll get much better results at keeping your hard work from going bad fast. The front cab mounts and inner fenders seem to be the real issue with these years. The cabs have a bit of a difference between cabs with gas tanks and without and the different frame widths used. None of it is nothing a drill and hole saw won't handle. Automatics in later years had a solid floor. You would need a jigsaw to solve that problem if you want a standard floor shift.

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body parts are interchangable as long as you are talking 2wd stuff.
the 73-mid77 4x4s had some different frame widths that makes the rear cab mounts interesting but do-able. makes the bed swap interesting too.

anything in particular you are looking for, I'm culling my supercab herd significantly.

crosscanada seems to make a decent product, and definitely put the 77-79 inner liners. you might even talk me into donating a pair , goota keep the old iron rolling

cheers James
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Great! Thanks guys. Def will get those fender liners tho!
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If your budget allows it, Dennis Carpenter Reproductions are excellent. but kind of steep. we got all our seals and rubbers from them for the ground up on the Merc, and I ended up buying a lot of chrome trim from them, paint adhesion on the NOS trim left a lot to be desired!

good luck on your project.
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