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New to the Forum...SteveGT

Hey Folks, just joined last week and have enjoyed being here. I have purchased a 2009
Ford Ranger with 42.000 miles on her and want to dress her up some. My questions is where
can I find some oval truck step rails that will fit my standard cab. Seems all I am seeing is round and mostly for extended cabs. Thanks in advance,

My daily drivers mostly are 2 restored Opels, I have the GT and have just finished a Manta A
both are real headturners for sure, but I need a truck for a lot of things that I do.

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Welcome to RF!

Got any pictures of you vehicles?
 
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Welcome to RF!

Got any pictures of you vehicles?
I have tons of both restorations....only on my office laptop...will post some up tomorrow

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welcome. looking forward to seeing those restorations
 
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This is my 1971 Opel Manta..just finished with restoration last October

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And this is my 1970 Opel GT...she's the real fast one
A little Photoshop on one...lol


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Welcome to the site and BEAUTIFUL CARS
 
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AWESOME!
 
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Thanks for the replies on my "other" cars...I really would like to buy some nice oval step rails for my "new" Ranger std. cab...any help would be appreciated..thinkin this might be my new daily driver...lovin this truck...

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I'm not sure if this is what you are looking for.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/interi...cab-md-138253/
 
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Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
I'm not sure if this is what you are looking for.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/interi...cab-md-138253/
This style is exactly what I am looking for...but my cab is standard, gonna check with
local Ford dealer...will keep looking

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This style is exactly what I am looking for...but my cab is standard, gonna check with
local Ford dealer...will keep looking

Thanks, SteveGT
Ouch, be careful.

We call them "stealerships" for a reason. In most cases, you will pay a hefty price for any accessory from a dealership.

Best of luck.
 
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Ouch, be careful.

We call them "stealerships" for a reason. In most cases, you will pay a hefty price for any accessory from a dealership.

Best of luck.
Totally agree...not even gonna make the call...still looking, had some time to search the web
I just want something kinda different & definatly chrome

Thanks

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welcome to the forum! gorgeous rides you have!
 
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Good looking cars! As for the step bars... check your local auto parts stores. You can usually get new ones for a decent price too!
 
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