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Old 04-28-2013, 12:35 AM
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I'm trying to locate some molded OEM running boards for my 2001 Dodge Ram 2500. I have been searching the Internet but I'm unable to find any information. As seen in the attachment (or URL), they are molded and painted to match the lower quarter. Can anyone help me with a part number or any other information?

Thanks in advance.

http://denver.craigslist.org/pts/3708670681.html
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Hello,

I'm trying to locate some molded OEM running boards for my 2001 Dodge Ram 2500. I have been searching the Internet but I'm unable to find any information. As seen in the attachment (or URL), they are molded and painted to match the lower quarter. Can anyone help me with a part number or any other information?

Thanks in advance.

http://denver.craigslist.org/pts/3708670681.html
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Hello,

I'm trying to locate some molded OEM running boards for my 2001 Dodge Ram 2500. I have been searching the Internet but I'm unable to find any information. As seen in the attachment (or URL), they are molded and painted to match the lower quarter. Can anyone help me with a part number or any other information?

Thanks in advance.

http://denver.craigslist.org/pts/3708670681.html
Well the one in your pix are different from what I know as the oem molded running board. I have part numbers and a used set of the same one's that are on my truck, if thats the style you are looking for I can help.

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Well the one in your pix are different from what I know as the oem molded running board. I have part numbers and a used set of the same one's that are on my truck, if thats the style you are looking for I can help.

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Those look really good on there. Can you get me the vendors name and or part number? Also, do they come in other colors as well?

Thanks for the info, appreciate it.
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Thanks for the link, those look like a good option. Appreciate the help.
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Those look really good on there. Can you get me the vendors name and or part number? Also, do they come in other colors as well?

Thanks for the info, appreciate it.
The vendor is Ma Mopar, thing is they are NLA. Yes they came in red/black/white and Indy 500 truck Blue. Look around in the auto wreckers yards for a used set, very hard to find thats why when I found a second set I bought them asap for spares. I can post up the part numbers later on sorry they are not handy at the moment.
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