Yes, but it didn't fit like you'd think. Long story. I had the FX4 F-150 with the console shifter, not the column shifter. I bought the Explorer console because I figured it would fit the same, since the shifters looked the same, but it wasn't even close. The shifter in the F-150 is much bigger than the shifter in the Explorer. So what I ended up doing, was removing the "Explorer-specific" plate from the console and using it like a regular universal console. Then, I bought a 2nd factory console off of ebay (just so I had a spare) and I dremeled the entire rear half of the factory console off, and ran the Havis console off of the back of that. So I basically removed the storage compartment on the factory console. It actually fit perfect, right up to the rear seat (not that I really used the rear seat anyway, it was usually folded up and I kept some gear back there, the toolboxes were nice for stuff I didn't use as often, but noting beats having your turnout gear right where you can get to it quickly).Did you have that console in your F150?
Hey sorry the new update must've booted me from getting email updates again, I just saw this. I'm probably going to part them out, so message me on Facebook: John Columbia.I may need a blue passenger side Legend ROC board
That's what I've been finding out with these, they seem to be more trouble than they're worth, that's why I'd rather sell them all to someone who has more time to mess around with them making them all red, all blue, or someone who can use them as R/B.the tomar bars are tough to take apart but its not bad. You just need a small power drill and a dental pic to unhook the ribbons that go from head to head. I've built up a few I got for cheap. The new lens and gasket kits are around $100 or so. Nice bars but when they leak its over, my old patrol car had one and in the rain it would turn on by it self and id have to take it apart the next day so it dried out.
I just sold the parts bar, and updated and lowered the price on the rest.you have to pull the lens out from the top or bottom and keep pulling along the outside of the bar. The gaskets keep them from sliding out. Once you do it once its easy. If I were closer Id buy them. I like projects like that for a good challenge.
Thanks for the positive feedback!John is awesome to deal with, I've had multiple transactions with him, always great communication and timeliness! I wouldn't hesitate to buy from him again, and neither should you!