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Old 10-08-2009, 07:54 PM
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Passenger crew cab Kick panel

Ford had the great idea to attach the kickplates on the side with 2 sided tape and mine fell off go figure. Does any have one or know where I can get one? It is the place to kick you shoes on before entering the truck.
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I don't think those would have been factory. I don't have them. I would look at Lund, or DeeZee.

I may have to search for them also, I could use them.
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I don't think those would have been factory. I don't have them. I would look at Lund, or DeeZee.

I may have to search for them also, I could use them.
They are factory if you open the door and look right below where the floor is they are there I have looked at many trucks and they are factory.
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On the vertical side of the rocker or the sill plate between the carpet and rocker.

I've never seen them in the vertical, but it's where the paint always wears out.
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On the vertical side of the rocker or the sill plate between the carpet and rocker.

I've never seen them in the vertical, but it's where the paint always wears out.
It is the side of the sill plate and yes it is vertical Sorry I did not know the terminology Thanks for any help you may have. My main concern is that there are some square holes that the piece covered.
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Hard to believe that we have the same year truck and don't have those. Should be easy to go to Ford Parts department and get them though. If you have a square/rectangle hole that would be how Ford would have mounted it.

You would think a Lariat would have all the trim items

I guess I'm just pouting. On a side note I got some pictures of the CB and antenna. I'll post them tomorrow. Really difficult to find a good place to mount an antenna on these new trucks.
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Hard to believe that we have the same year truck and don't have those. Should be easy to go to Ford Parts department and get them though. If you have a square/rectangle hole that would be how Ford would have mounted it.

You would think a Lariat would have all the trim items

I guess I'm just pouting. On a side note I got some pictures of the CB and antenna. I'll post them tomorrow. Really difficult to find a good place to mount an antenna on these new trucks.
I mounted a mag mount wilson to the roof when I dont want it I just remove the mast and put it in the back. Works great and you dont have to recalibrate
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Best way to have an antenna. I have a K40 that removes from the mount also.
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what color did you need ? You are talking about the plastic piece that is about 4 inches wide and about 2 foot long, goes on the floor, between the carpet and door, along side the seat ?
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what color did you need ? You are talking about the plastic piece that is about 4 inches wide and about 2 foot long, goes on the floor, between the carpet and door, along side the seat ?
it actually runs along that piece but on the side of the door opening I need a gray one.
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thats gotta be aftermarket. All my trucks were just the cab steel. Great idea, though. Maybe post a pic of what you are looking for.
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