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Old 09-04-2010, 03:16 PM
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hello all, i have a74 gmc pickup, my question is on my headlight bezels mine are all in one with the turn signal in it as well,,,,,,,,i have seen some trucks on the net with only the headlight in the bezel and the turn signal by itself,,,,,is mine the correct one for this year truck , or is it the other one i mentioned, any help would be greatful,,,,,,,,,,,thanks again always appreciated

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The bezels you have are for the 78-79 trucks. The bezel you should have if you want the stock look is smaller, does not include going around the turn signal, with a seperate turn signal lense/bezel. You can use what you have just fine, just isn't technically stock for that year.
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hey thanks nova,
thats too funny my insurance lists my truck as a 79 but the vin # in the cab list it as a 74 either way, i like it just fine,,,,,
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74-75-76---meets thin molding near grille

77-78--molding a bit wider-----still separate park/turn bezels if equipped.

79-80 (80 round lights)----wide lower grille/valance molding - about 3"
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