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Old 10-05-2004, 07:07 PM
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Fiberglass Stepside Fenders

Does anyone know if there are any companies out there that sell new fiberglass stepside fenders for 80-86? Thanks.
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Old 10-05-2004, 07:58 PM
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lmc sell them i thinl or they did but they ant cheap , i would if you need them hit the bone yard my buddy got his for like 50 a piece
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Ther's only one place that sells them now that i know of but i can't remember who it is though, if you run a search in this forum you might be able to find something, or someone else might be able to chime in here. Oh LMC doesn't make them anymore i just checked.
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Here is a possibility. I'm not sure but I think these fenders are the same as what is on the duallys. Here is a link for dually fenders http://www.ford-trucks.com/lc/lc.php...om/fenders.htm

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Old 04-03-2005, 10:02 PM
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Probably not. The Dually Fenders look the same...But the mounting lip conforms to the Styleside bed, where the Stepside fenders' mounting lip is flat to bolt to the flat wall of the stepside box.

Bought a second '86 stepside for $400, has a perfect set of rear fenders, tailgate, side walls. Took the bed, Hanging from the garage roof now, then sold the cab and chassis for $750! America... what a country!
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hah i just bought a set off ebay for 60$ good shape.. i'm glad...good luck finding anymore.. they are pretty rare
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I little salt for the wound Just kidding. My big mistake was letting my 16 year old drive my truck!!! Before that it didn't have a flaw.

At any rate if you guys would keep an eye open for these critters I would greatly appriciate it!

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There is a complete Stepside (80 -86) for sale right now in Sturbridge, MA.
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Do you mean the whole truck or the whole bed?
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Have any of you had any luck repairing them?
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It wwouldn't be to hard to repair a fender, its just fiberglass, but it wouldn't be to hard to take to a body shop that can do fiberglass work and see what they have to say about it, as you can buy DIY fiberglass repair kits and the body shops would know where.
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Whole truck Cab & bed, quite driveable.
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Hello all, THe fenders are prett east to repair dependind on what is wrong I have done it. As far as finding them there are a couple on ebay right now not sure of price. I am in the process of getting a new bed for my 82 and they are not easy to find. I have a lead on one that took me 4 weeks to find. By the way whats the price on the truck in MA???
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Didn't notice, If I go by there again, (probably soon, He's also got a '48 F-5 I want) I'll ask on the stepside.
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Thanks reamer. These stepsides aregetting rare. I have seen many but none with a good bed. The bed is the main thing I am looking at. Withiut a good bed they are not worth much.
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