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Roush Front Fascia Install

#1
Anyone have experience with removing and putting on a new front fascia on 05-09 Mustangs? As some of you may know I have a brand new already painted Roush front fascia. I am tired of this thing sitting in my living room. Some places want $250 to $300 to install. I think anything above $200 is high. Would anyone know how difficult it would be to do this task?
 

northerncountry

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#7
ok guys Vapor and I are going to install this thing at my house.. if you want to come i have limited parking... looking to start around 1:30 tomorrow afternoon.
 
#9
Ok, I am hoping I have everything for tomorrow. Just got done mounting the fog lights in the front fascia. From what I have gathered from Roush is that their front ends go on with the OEM mounting hardware. I have what is required including the bottom close out panel and hardware for that. Hopefully this will go fairly smooth. Looking forward to the facelift.
 
#10
They are fairly easy when it is the front and rear replacements where an accident and damage are not involved. All parts should line up without a hitch. I did the rear ends on our 2010's, but Gwen and Leilani did the front conversion on her Stang. From what I heard it lasted most of the day with both of them. That was a V-6 to GT conversion running wiring that did not exist before for the fogs and a factory fog light switch replacement in the dash http://www.wickedstangs.com/communi...games-begin-hubby-gave-the-green-light.18836/.

V.I.
 
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#12
ROUSH FASCIA HAS BEEN INSTALLED!!! Wanted to say thanks to Jon (Northerncountry) for helping me out with this install. Without him there would of been NO WAY I could of done this myself. I appreciate the help and it won't go unnoticed. Thanks again Jon. I owe you. More pictures and narrative to follow regarding the removal and install of the front fascia. View attachment 6138
Looks awesome!!
 
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