Buy new parts for Ford trucks at FordParts.com or Amazon.com, and buy used parts for Ford trucks at Car-Part.com. FordParts.com sells new parts, with every part featuring the Ford Parts or Motorcraft brand name recommended by Ford. Amazon.com sells many new Ford truck parts, with some available at l
As of 2015, Ford offers F-150s with three sizes of truck beds, each with a 21.4-inch inside height, a 50.6-inch width between wheelhouses, and lengths of 67, 78.9 and 97.6 inches. The bed length that is available varies between the five models of F-150s.
The 2015 Ford F-150 is available with truck beds in 5.5, 6.5 and 8-foot lengths. The bed is approximately 80 inches wide, including the sides of the bed itself.
Old Ford trucks are listed for sale online at OldRide.com and at FossilCars.com, as of 2015. Both websites facilitate contact with the seller and provide information about transport services and links to individual transport companies.
Wheels for Ford pickup trucks are available from retailers such as Tire Rack, JC Whitney, Ford Motor Company, AutoAnything and eBay. Wheels available for sale include stock replacement wheels and upgraded alloy, chrome and powder-coat finished wheels in a variety of designs.
Companies that make truck bed covers include TruXedo, BAKFlip, Tonno Pro, Pace Edwards and American Tonneau. Types of truck bed covers include roll up, retractable and fiberglass.
Ford offers three main types of truck frame, which include unitized body frames and backbone tube frames. Ford uses these chassis frames in range of its models, including the Bronco, Ranger, F-150, Torino and Thunderbird.
Ford does not make six-door trucks, as of November 2015. All Ford trucks currently in production have two or four doors. The company does not plan to produce a six-door model in 2017.
Ford makes many truck accessories, including splash guards, exhaust tips and floor mats. Ford also makes convenient cargo organizers and side steps for lifted trucks.
Older and classic Ford trucks can be purchased from websites such as AutoTraderClassics.com, OldRide.com and ClassicCars.com. The particular years and models available on these sites change constantly as trucks are bought and sold.