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damn 7k is way to much if only converted the front end and wing. I hope he did a lot more for that.
is the Facebook group you referring to being the largest the 1 you posted in the previous comments above?
The group is called “Dodge Durango Owners Club”. Considering parts/labor(painting) headlights isn’t direct PnP, I believe he added the 3rd brake light too. Honestly I’d rather upgrade to a 2021 instead of spending that kinda of money to modify a older one.


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The group is called “Dodge Durango Owners Club”. Considering parts/labor(painting) headlights isn’t direct PnP, I believe he added the 3rd brake light too. Honestly I’d rather upgrade to a 2021 instead of spending that kinda of money to modify a older one.


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yeah I agree that’s too much rather upgrade. I was only planning on doing the front end, no hood, rear end, or headlights. I was hoping could get away with keeping the older headlights on the upgrade for a while. but idk yet, new headlights look like there slightly smaller so I probably would have to buy the new one’s
 

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yeah I agree that’s too much rather upgrade. I was only planning on doing the front end, no hood, rear end, or headlights. I was hoping could get away with keeping the older headlights on the upgrade for a while. but idk yet, new headlights look like there slightly smaller so I probably would have to buy the new one’s
Yeah I don’t know if the older headlights will mesh well with the 21 front end


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Yeah I don’t know if the older headlights will mesh well with the 21 front end


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most likely not but their cheaper then what I expected thought they might cost me around 6-700 each saw some on eBay for 280 a piece so I wouldn’t mind buying them. Thank for the info, I requested to be in that group on Fb so I’ll have all the details I need soon enough
 

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Those looking to do the “performance/srt” front end swap here is the complete list of things needed and also some tips.

This list may or may not work depending upon which year your durango is (mine is a newer durango 2015) im assuming the entire swap will work for the 2014 and up durangos this will be edited upon confirmation.

Also, there’s a lot of false information out there about this swap so here it is

The parts can be found from various vendors mopar dealership, eastcoastmoparts ( this was the cheapest and who i used). But the part numbers listed can be taken to whomever you choose and ordered from them.

Shipping can be expensive for the hood and i think i spent around $300 in just getting the hood and front bumper parts shipped out.

The bumper and various other parts i ordered from Steve White Motors and spent around $1,400 ($260 was shipping cost)

The hood/ and miscellaneous parts needed i bought from eastcoastmoparts and spent $624 ($60 was shipping cost.. yes it was a glitch but they honored it)

The fog lamps i got lucky and found them on ebay for $129 a piece brand new. They’re much more expensive from the dealership and other vendors AND i found out its the same fog light used on the grand cherokee

Those looking to do just the “performance” hood heres what you need

Hood -
part # 68309501AG

Center hood vent bezel -
part # 68321446AC

Left and right vent bezels -
part# 68309356AB
68309357AB

Heat deflector/silencer -
68309355AD

Pcm cover (protects your under the hood computer from getting wet ) part # 68334597AB

Screws (need 6 total which holds the bezels to the hood) part # 6511229AA

Everything else from your old hood swaps right over to the new hood

Those looking to do the bumper fascia to complete the look you wont need a ton of parts as nothing has changed on the front end really. The following parts are what i found is all thats needed

Bumper cover
part# 6PN54TZZAA

Grille & grill surround
part#68307807AA
68307806AB

Upper bracket left & right
part# 68191930AE
68191931AE

Retainer left & right
part# 68227824AA
68227825AA

The Lower grille has two different options one for if you have adaptive cruise control ( a black ball in the lower portion of your grille, and no adaptive cruise control all grille no black ball in the center). You will only choose ONE of these two below for the lower grille

Lower grille NO ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL part# 68320617AA

Lower grille WITH ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL
part# 68320618AA

Outer grille left & right
part# 68307812AA
Part# 68307813AA

Fog lamp bezel left & right
Part# 68307808AA
Part# 68307809AA

Fog lamps left & right
Part# 68275511AC 68275510AC

Also because the front bumper has front parking sensors you will need nylon hole plugs to cover the holes which can be found at home depot the size is 11/16 and they are a white color (these will need to be painted with the bumper)

Everything else that i have not listed was the same as what i have on my durango now and was not needed . Dealerships will tell you this swap will not work because none of them have done it or only know what their computer tells them . But in all reality nothing has changed on the front end except the bumper cover and the performance hood depending upon what year durango you have


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hi,
those part numbers for the bumper fascia i cant find on steve white motors is there a different webiste those part numbers go to for the bumper ?
 

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Those looking to do the “performance/srt” front end swap here is the complete list of things needed and also some tips.

This list may or may not work depending upon which year your durango is (mine is a newer durango 2015) im assuming the entire swap will work for the 2014 and up durangos this will be edited upon confirmation.

Also, there’s a lot of false information out there about this swap so here it is

The parts can be found from various vendors mopar dealership, eastcoastmoparts ( this was the cheapest and who i used). But the part numbers listed can be taken to whomever you choose and ordered from them.

Shipping can be expensive for the hood and i think i spent around $300 in just getting the hood and front bumper parts shipped out.

The bumper and various other parts i ordered from Steve White Motors and spent around $1,400 ($260 was shipping cost)

The hood/ and miscellaneous parts needed i bought from eastcoastmoparts and spent $624 ($60 was shipping cost.. yes it was a glitch but they honored it)

The fog lamps i got lucky and found them on ebay for $129 a piece brand new. They’re much more expensive from the dealership and other vendors AND i found out its the same fog light used on the grand cherokee

Those looking to do just the “performance” hood heres what you need

Hood -
part # 68309501AG

Center hood vent bezel -
part # 68321446AC

Left and right vent bezels -
part# 68309356AB
68309357AB

Heat deflector/silencer -
68309355AD

Pcm cover (protects your under the hood computer from getting wet ) part # 68334597AB

Screws (need 6 total which holds the bezels to the hood) part # 6511229AA

Everything else from your old hood swaps right over to the new hood

Those looking to do the bumper fascia to complete the look you wont need a ton of parts as nothing has changed on the front end really. The following parts are what i found is all thats needed

Bumper cover
part# 6PN54TZZAA

Grille & grill surround
part#68307807AA
68307806AB

Upper bracket left & right
part# 68191930AE
68191931AE

Retainer left & right
part# 68227824AA
68227825AA

The Lower grille has two different options one for if you have adaptive cruise control ( a black ball in the lower portion of your grille, and no adaptive cruise control all grille no black ball in the center). You will only choose ONE of these two below for the lower grille

Lower grille NO ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL part# 68320617AA

Lower grille WITH ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL
part# 68320618AA

Outer grille left & right
part# 68307812AA
Part# 68307813AA

Fog lamp bezel left & right
Part# 68307808AA
Part# 68307809AA

Fog lamps left & right
Part# 68275511AC 68275510AC

Also because the front bumper has front parking sensors you will need nylon hole plugs to cover the holes which can be found at home depot the size is 11/16 and they are a white color (these will need to be painted with the bumper)

Everything else that i have not listed was the same as what i have on my durango now and was not needed . Dealerships will tell you this swap will not work because none of them have done it or only know what their computer tells them . But in all reality nothing has changed on the front end except the bumper cover and the performance hood depending upon what year durango you have


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hi,

for this swap is it for the 2022 newer bumper i know u sid performance srt but what year ? for this conversion
 

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Those looking to do the “performance/srt” front end swap here is the complete list of things needed and also some tips.

This list may or may not work depending upon which year your durango is (mine is a newer durango 2015) im assuming the entire swap will work for the 2014 and up durangos this will be edited upon confirmation.

Also, there’s a lot of false information out there about this swap so here it is

The parts can be found from various vendors mopar dealership, eastcoastmoparts ( this was the cheapest and who i used). But the part numbers listed can be taken to whomever you choose and ordered from them.

Shipping can be expensive for the hood and i think i spent around $300 in just getting the hood and front bumper parts shipped out.

The bumper and various other parts i ordered from Steve White Motors and spent around $1,400 ($260 was shipping cost)

The hood/ and miscellaneous parts needed i bought from eastcoastmoparts and spent $624 ($60 was shipping cost.. yes it was a glitch but they honored it)

The fog lamps i got lucky and found them on ebay for $129 a piece brand new. They’re much more expensive from the dealership and other vendors AND i found out its the same fog light used on the grand cherokee

Those looking to do just the “performance” hood heres what you need

Hood -
part # 68309501AG

Center hood vent bezel -
part # 68321446AC

Left and right vent bezels -
part# 68309356AB
68309357AB

Heat deflector/silencer -
68309355AD

Pcm cover (protects your under the hood computer from getting wet ) part # 68334597AB

Screws (need 6 total which holds the bezels to the hood) part # 6511229AA

Everything else from your old hood swaps right over to the new hood

Those looking to do the bumper fascia to complete the look you wont need a ton of parts as nothing has changed on the front end really. The following parts are what i found is all thats needed

Bumper cover
part# 6PN54TZZAA

Grille & grill surround
part#68307807AA
68307806AB

Upper bracket left & right
part# 68191930AE
68191931AE

Retainer left & right
part# 68227824AA
68227825AA

The Lower grille has two different options one for if you have adaptive cruise control ( a black ball in the lower portion of your grille, and no adaptive cruise control all grille no black ball in the center). You will only choose ONE of these two below for the lower grille

Lower grille NO ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL part# 68320617AA

Lower grille WITH ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL
part# 68320618AA

Outer grille left & right
part# 68307812AA
Part# 68307813AA

Fog lamp bezel left & right
Part# 68307808AA
Part# 68307809AA

Fog lamps left & right
Part# 68275511AC 68275510AC

Also because the front bumper has front parking sensors you will need nylon hole plugs to cover the holes which can be found at home depot the size is 11/16 and they are a white color (these will need to be painted with the bumper)

Everything else that i have not listed was the same as what i have on my durango now and was not needed . Dealerships will tell you this swap will not work because none of them have done it or only know what their computer tells them . But in all reality nothing has changed on the front end except the bumper cover and the performance hood depending upon what year durango you have


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Hi All, i have been going through the forums and i havent seen the answer im looking for. i have a 2017 RT and i am looking to do the bumper and hood conversion however regarding the fog lamp assembly, is this a plug and play install or will i need to cut/solder wires to make it work?

Fog lamps left & right
Part# 68275511AC 68275510AC

thank you in advance folks for your help!
 
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