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Can anybody please tell me if the Reflexxion steel hoods are a paint and install item or do the need alot of body work to get a nice fit like the factory hoods?? Also where is the best place to buy them
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quaddak said:
Can anybody please tell me if the Reflexxion steel hoods are a paint and install item or do the need alot of body work to get a nice fit like the factory hoods?? Also where is the best place to buy them
Thanks :help:
Once the grille and hardware were installed, it took about ten minutes to install the hood on the truck. Fit up was perfect.

 

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Thanks for the information, I can't wait until my truck is half as nice as both of yours. I was just concerned it would need body work and alot of time to get it to fit correctly or needing welding and shaping, we all know how most aftermarket parts fit. I had a nitemare with the last hood I replaced on my old truck but that was fiberglass, so when I saw it was steel I just had to get it, do they package it well?? and where is the best place to get one?
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I got mine on a group buy from southeastrt.com for $400. I think there were one or two complaints about minor dents from shipping. Since they are usually shipped from the manufacturer the problem lies with them and the freight companies.
 

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Sporttruckdirect.com or streetbeatcustoms.com sells them for a good price. As far as they are packaged...I picked mine up from the factory but it was packaged quite well. If anyone is to blame for damaging it blame the freight company.

 
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