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Old 05-29-2019, 04:37 PM
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Default Sell factory running boards or keep for trade in??

Guy offered me 400 bucks for my new ford running boards.
i took them off day I got the truck
factory ford black ones with hard wear
or keep them when I trade the truck in would dealer give me more for the truck?

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Old 05-29-2019, 04:39 PM
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You won't get a nickel more as a trade-in.
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This above! Take the $400 and buy yourself something nice.

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On my past King Ranch, kept the cheaper looking oem installed nicer ones. When traded put the cheap OEM back than sold the better ones.
If have a place keep them
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Without hesitation, sell them! you'll appreciate not having them in the way and have some cash in your pocket. Save another $900 and you can get some retractable ones.
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Thanks dudes, had retractable ones before and were garbage. In 20 years Iíll be 50 then maybe need running boards
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Originally Posted by NVR2LO View Post
Thanks dudes, had retractable ones before and were garbage. In 20 years Iíll be 50 then maybe need running boards
A foldable stool from, Walmart would be cheaper!
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Sell em! You can by them all day for $125.00.
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Originally Posted by FordGate View Post
You won't get a nickel more as a trade-in.
Originally Posted by rohada View Post
This above! Take the $400 and buy yourself something nice.
Originally Posted by Scab10 View Post
Without hesitation, sell them! you'll appreciate not having them in the way and have some cash in your pocket. Save another $900 and you can get some retractable ones.
Originally Posted by Arsenal11 View Post
Sell em! You can by them all day for $125.00.
These responses sum it up correctly. Take the money and run.
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Originally Posted by NVR2LO View Post
Thanks dudes, had retractable ones before and were garbage. In 20 years Iíll be 50 then maybe need running boards
I'm 50. You will.
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