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Need bracket to install the front end tag

Wear can i purchase the bracket to install a ford logo tag to the front of my SUV? i own a 2001 ford excursion, limited series. thanking u in advance, antoinette 813 770 4146

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You can normally contact a Ford Dealership otherwise potentially order the part via the manufacturer directly. Make sure to contact a local dealer ship to see if they have the part in stock or can order the part for your purchase. Chances are if you figure out the part number/stock number for that part you could possibly even find it else where cheaper on ebay or some one have one on craigslist.

Good luck and we hope this helps you out.

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