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Old 06-13-2010, 07:38 PM
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I'm not very saavy with cars truck or most mechanical things but i have a question. I have an 07 Expedition and I seriously need running boards, I'd really like Ford ones but I dont wanna pay dearlership prices. I'd really like to get some from a junk yard or someone who is just selling parts, my question is - what other year expedition models will fit my suv? Its just an 07 XLT (not an EL or anything) Would F150 running boards fit? Any help would be appreciate thank you for your time.
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Old 06-13-2010, 08:04 PM
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I think that anything from 2007 - 2010 Ford Expedition , or something along those lines should work. From what i seen they really haven't changed much between the years except for some features. At least i think.
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Running boards are standard equipment. What happened to yours?

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Running boards are standard equipment. What happened to yours?

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couldnt tell you, didnt come with the truck when I bought it. I got it used. so maybe the prev owner took em? The left me a nice DVD player though lol
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I would say 07-10 but not 100% sure. Call the dealer and get a part number for each year, see if it's the same.
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I have a set off my 2008 that I don't want. Make me an offer. They have about 20000 miles on them and all the bolts and hardware. Like new. but it is an EL
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The EL (131" wheelbase) and standard (119") running boards are quite different. I'm seeing $1300 (the extra zero is not a typo) for a pair to fit the standard model!

The step bars (in the "off road" package) run $700 for a set. I have these and they're actually quite nice.

One source of pricing: Ford Parts Direct Online: Buy Genuine Ford OEM Auto Parts & Aftermarket Accessories, Wholesale Prices

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