1983 Ford F-250 Light Covers

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      # 35052187
      Ford F-250 1983, Blackouts™ Smoke Tail Light Covers by GTS®, 2 Pieces, without Rubber. Stand out from the herd with these distinctive tail light covers. Their stealthy blackout look will give your car or truck a dynamic look that...
      Cutting edge styling by professional designersCustom designed for each application
      $57.04
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      # 35052191
      Ford F-250 1983, Tailblazers™ Smoke Tail Light Covers by GTS®, 2 Pieces, with Diagonal Slants, without Rubber. Stand out from the herd with these distinctive tail light covers. The unique slotted design will give your truck or...
      Cutting edge styling by professional designersCustom designed for each application
      $64.49
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      # 41992110
      Ford F-250 1983, Smoke Headlight Covers by Wade®, 2 Pieces. Protect your precious (and expensive!) headlights from the sandblasting of highway driving by installing these cool Wade Headlight Covers. A cracked lens on a modern...
      Protect your headlights from being blasted by roadside debrisGive your vehicle a cool look
      $64.99
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      # 431426
      Ford F-250 1983, Smoke Solid Tail Light Covers by Wade®, 2 Pieces. For the most personalized look around, Westin's Tail Light Covers by Wade add just the touch to make it happen. Full coverage smoke acrylic.
      Available in solid or slotted high gloss smoke aircraft grade acrylicMost attach using 3M automotive dual-lock
      $64.99


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      Light Covers Can Save Your Expensive Lenses
      The next time you are hand-washing your vehicular pride and joy (you DO hand-wash your car or truck, don't you?), take a really good look at the front end. We mean a really good look. Even if your ride is new, it only takes a matter of weeks before daily driving starts to take its toll. And the older your car is, the more you will see it: the effects of sand and other fine yet abrasive particles which have been thrown against the front. It's one thing for the paint to become pitted (and you should consider a car bra for protection). Of greater concern is the damage being done to your headlamps. Not only will the abrasive blast start to dull and pit the lenses, reducing light output - a pebble or small rock flung from a truck tire tread will crack that headlamp assembly and result in a multi-hundred dollar repair bill when all is said and done. Do you live in a winter climate where salt and sand are purposely spread on the road? Figure on twice the damage in half the time.
      February 24, 2015

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