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Help w/ floor Thingey?

Sorry but thats the best I could do. Anyway, the plastic part between the floor and the door? I need new ones can anybody help me? What are they called and where can I get them?
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I think I know what you are talking about... does it have like 4 screws in it??
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Yes, 4 screws
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I broke one of mine also... i am looking for ya...
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Thanks, I am looking for the one on the inside??
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I have searched google for a name but Im not coming up with anything. I think you may have to go to the dealership and ask what the correct name is, wile your there you could see how much it cost there....will probably be high there tho.

your best bet would be going to the junkyard and pulling one off a ranger.
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Door Sills...

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I thought he was talking about the peace that holds the carpet down, the part between the seat and door. I guess i miss read his question, I knew what the door sills were lol
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Yes, I was talking about the part that holds the carpet down, the part between the seat and door.
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I work for Ford it is called a door scuff plate part number f57z1013208a 21.28 list
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ahh this is good to know, these things don't hold up too good...
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I always called them running boards, it's where i always run my wires under when installing systems.
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Is it the same part number for the passenger side? Thanks
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