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Fits: 1997-2003 Ford F150, 1997-1999 Ford F250, 1997-2002 Ford Expedition

PART# 107945

Retail: $349.00
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Fits: 1997-2003 Ford F150/F250, 1997-2002 Ford Expedition

PART# 109244

Retail: $499.00
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Fits: 1999-2007 Ford F250/F350

PART# 107946

Retail: $399.00
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Fits: 1997-2003 Ford F150/F250, 1997-2002 Ford Expedition

PART# 109245

Retail: $499.00
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Fits: 1997-2003 Ford F150/F250, 1997-2002 Ford Expedition

PART# 109259

Retail: $449.00
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Fits: 08 Ford F250, 08 Ford F350


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Fits: 99-04 Ford F250 6.0L, 99-04 Ford F350 6.0L

PART# GHF-10473

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Fits: 99-07 Ford F250 7.3L, 99-07 Ford F350 7.3L

PART# GHF-10448

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Fits: 1999-2006 Ford Superduty F250, F350


Retail: $529.00
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Fits: Ford Super Duty 05-07

PART# 950-72158

Retail: $175.00
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Fits: 1967-1972 Ford Pickup Truck

PART# 1979-219 L

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Fits: Ford Trucks- 08-10 V8-6.4L (td)

PART# 54-81269

Price: $59.95
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New Hood Latch Lock Black F150 Truck F250 Ford F-150 F-250 FO1234102 5L3Z16700A

Ford F250, F350 hood ram air functional 98-07 No Reserve


Ford F250, F350 hood Ram Air Functional Fiberglass 98-07 No Reserve

New Hood Latch Lock Black F150 Truck F250 F350 Ford F-150 FO1234101 F2TZ16700A

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Ford F250 hoods to ensure that you have every hood option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Ford F250 hoods, so that whether you are looking for a cowl induction Ford F250 hood or fiberglass ram air hood or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Ford F250 hood needs!

A lot of times we get asked if a particular hood we sell (Ram Air hood or Cowl hood, for example) is a "functional hood". By functional, the customer is asking whether the hood is going to add horsepower to their vehicle by directing the incoming airflow to the vehicle's airbox.

The answer is this: Most of the vented hoods on the market are not functional. They have the scoop built into the hood, and it's normally an open scoop that indeed lets air into the engine bay, but most of these hoods do not come with the ducting that is needed to control that incoming airflow and get it to the most "functional" place to generate more horsepower. That being said, there might be a small positive effect by simply letting more cool air into the engine bay, even if it isn't directed...

There are a few companies who do in fact make functional hoods. Suncoast Creations, for example, is a company who makes functional ram air hoods that come complete with the intake ducting to integrate with the hood.

We also sometimes get asked by a customer if he or she can put on a functional ram air hood and work that in conjunction with an air intake. The answer is no, because the ducting/filter that will be integrated with the hood will be clamped directly to the location of the airbox, thereby eliminating the possibility of running another intake. Basically, the ducting and filter that integrate with the hood is an intake system itself.

One thing to be aware of as you shop for any hood is that aftermarket hoods are generally either sold as bolt-on hoods or pin-on hoods (aka lift-off hoods). The bolt-on hoods have a skin and a skeleton (a top and a bottom), and opened and closed using the factory latch. Pin-on hoods are generally only comprised of a hood skin (just the top), are held down using pins, and have to be lifted off to be opened since they don't utilitze the factory latch mechanism. The reason a person might want to buy a pin-on hood is that it is substantially lighter than a bolt-on hood.

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