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Glass fenders converting 88 to 92+ headlights/hood

I'm going to be getting fibreglass parts in the next two months. I'd like to go with Autofab but with the Canadian dollar I'd have to pay $880 + shipping = $1000+ just for the front fenders. I'd rather replace with metal at that price. The Fiberwerx are not too bad $608 + shipping ($200+ savings) BUT looks like I'd have to convert the front clip to 92+ headlights/grille/hood.

How much work is involved with the head lights? This will be a street legal truck so need to have it work properly.
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Meh found one looks like a pain in the ass well not hard but long process Front End / Clip Swap
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After some reading look like by the time I buy a used 92+ F150/Bronco ($700-1000) and days installing the front clip I might as well get the Autofab fenders for my 88 87-91 Bronco/F150 Ashley Style Fenders and get the Fiberwerx rears.
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I did the clip swap on my 90, got everything I needed from a wrecker, did the swap on a weekend, was fairly easy. I plan on getting the McNiel Racing quarters one day.
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I did the clip swap on my 90, got everything I needed from a wrecker, did the swap on a weekend, was fairly easy. I plan on getting the McNiel Racing quarters one day.
Yah problems is there isn't much for F150's here. On the other hand looks like McNeil has these that for someone reason I didn't see before 1987-1991 Bronco :) So depending on their quality I could get the rears and front from them and have a single shipment (hopefully)
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