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Factory step bar hardware?

I am make my own step bars out of 1 3/4 .120 wall tubing and i cant findout what hardware i need to attach them like the factory ones. Can anybody give me a pic ofthe hardware or a part number to order them? If you can imagine the ford dealer cant help.
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I have all the hardware in a box somewhere. Ill dig it out and gets some pics of it for you and see if their are any numbers on them. I'd sell it to you but I plan on putting my steps back on when I get my 6" lift.

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That would be great
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Here are some pics of the mooting brackets off my 2006 steps. Their are 3 on each side. Its basically just a 90 degree piece of steel that bolts to the step and to the frame rail. Their is a plastic cover on each one, just to make them look nice. Personally I would just paint them and forget about a cover. Dirt and crap gets between them and just makes a mess. When I put my steps back on I'm going to take off the plastic and paint them up real nice. Pretty straightforward. I didn't see any part numbers on them.




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Here are some pics of the mooting brackets off my 2006 steps. Their are 3 on each side. Its basically just a 90 degree piece of steel that bolts to the step and to the frame rail. Their is a plastic cover on each one, just to make them look nice. Personally I would just paint them and forget about a cover. Dirt and crap gets between them and just makes a mess. When I put my steps back on I'm going to take off the plastic and paint them up real nice. Pretty straightforward. I didn't see any part numbers on them.



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Yes. PM me if your interested.

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Thanks, but I need to know what the bolts go into on the body. I thought they were just your standered u-nuts but the truck don't have the right size holes.
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Thanks, but I need to know what the bolts go into on the body. I thought they were just your standered u-nuts but the truck don't have the right size holes.
They are mounted using your standard u-nut. I think I said they are mounted to the frame. They area actually mounted to the underneath of the door sill. I'm sure you could easily drill some holes in there. I can give you some measurements if you want. Here are the holes where mine were mounted:



I can get better pictures in the morning if you want.

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That makes a lot more sense. I thought they bolted up under the rocker. I do have those holes there. Thank you.
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