Aftermarket replacement parts for trucks can be purchased from online retailer outlets such as RockAuto.com, AutoAnything.com, CarParts.com and JCWhitney.com. All of these retailers allow users to search by year, make and model; part number; or keyword.
As of 2015, B & G Fiberglass sells aftermarket truck beds for Toyota, Chevrolet and GMC Vehicles. The company's economy and standard truck beds carry a one-year warranty on manufacturing defects, and the deluxe truck beds carry a lifetime warranty, offering full replacement.
JC Whitney, 4x4Parts.com and AutoAnything.com have aftermarket parts available for Nissan trucks. Aftermarket parts are available to repair or replace most OEM parts on different Nissan truck styles, including regular cab, crew cab and king cab versions; these retailers also offer a large selection
Ford sells aftermarket wheels for several of its models through its accessories division, accessible at Accessories.Ford.com. EBay.Motors.com and retailers such as AllFactoryWheels.com also offer official stock and aftermarket Ford wheels.
To replace a Chevy truck bed, undo the three screws that secure the gas nozzle to the bed, and remove the ground strap, taillight harness, and the old truck bed. Install the replacement truck bed.
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
To replace the bed on a Ford F350, grind the heads off the Taplite 2000 bed bolts that attach the bed to the frame, remove the tail lights and disconnect the bed's wiring, then use a post lift, engine hoist or the help of three other people to remove the bed and replace it. Consult the F350's mainte
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.
An aftermarket car part is any part of a vehicle that is not sourced from the car's manufacturer. Aftermarket parts are reverse engineered from the original parts, sometimes improved upon if weaknesses are discovered.
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.