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Boss to a f350 from a GMC....LiL help

Discussion in 'Truck & Equipment Repair' started by jerrywane, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. jerrywane

    jerrywane Senior Member
    Messages: 134


    This thing was almost lost in this guys yard.Looks like new.He said it was on a GMC,but used to have it mounted to an f 350 using the GMC mount and some pretty fancy welding,bolted It on though.I don't think i want the mount and we priced it with out it.I would really rather get the factory mount,just want to feel like i am doing the right thing.I will try to talk him out of it if i can and post pics.I will post pics when i pic it up next week......$2,000 bucks Lovin it already.Hes going to pull it out with his truck and show me all works well.....Is there a good-place to pick it up with a bucket and chain when i trailer it home.......saving lotts of money is better than earning it sometimes!!!!!!!!!! i am also going to have to pay attention when he starts to break down the electrics,cause it did come off GMC and going from a f 350 to another f 350,or should i buy a light kit to make it easy? Sorry for the long post,just a lil x cited bout this deal and gettting going this winter Please give me the good the bad and i already know ugly.
  2. B&B

    B&B PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 12,777

    Just purchase the correct mount so there is no questions now or repercussions later. Then you simply need the correct headlamp adapters to fit your truck and the electrical will work....as long as it wasn't "adapted" in a similar fashion as the mount. :rolleyes:
  3. gtstang462002

    gtstang462002 Senior Member
    Messages: 182

    I have a mount for a 99-07 f350. It is an RT3 mount if you are interested.