Bed extender bumpers

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Richard, could you send me a PM with the information? I am also in need of those bumpers. Thanks in advance!
 

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Hello, I am also in need of a replacement rubber bumper for the bed extender on my 2007 Sport Trac. Would appreciate a link or message about where to source one. It has been near impossible to find anything online. Thank you.
 

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Dido on the 2nd gen bed extender bumpers.
anyone have a part number or a place to purchase some?
 

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I have the bed extender in my bed, but am wondering what the 'bumpers' are? Is it, perhaps, something that goes on the extender, and lessens the 'thump' when you swing it up-and-over to the 'extended' position? I'm just baffled what the 'bumpers' are, and am guessing. :)
 

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I have the bed extender in my bed, but am wondering what the 'bumpers' are? Is it, perhaps, something that goes on the extender, and lessens the 'thump' when you swing it up-and-over to the 'extended' position? I'm just baffled what the 'bumpers' are, and am guessing. :)
Yes, I’m referring to the black rubber bumpers/feet on the top and bottom of the extension which touch the truck bed depending upon which way the extension is flipped.
 

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Does anyone have a source for the bed extender bumper pads that fit the SportTrac extender cage?
The part number for the bed extender bumper pad is: 1L5Z-99286B27-AA
It is the rubber pad that keeps the extender bed frame from direct contact with the pickup box floor.
They are grey or black. It is the same part number for Ranger extender bed bumper pad.

I contacted two Ford dealerships attempting to locate the pads. They looked at the national inventory
and were unsuccessful. I tried Google too; it seemed promising but it was not a success.

I would recommend trying a local Ford dealership to find it because with a part that old, they may have it
in stock, but not listed in their inventory released for national viewing.

Last option is get a hex wrench and head to the junkyards and look for Sport Tracs and Rangers that may
have an extender bed. RM, from this forum was able to share his last two with me. Next time it's off to the
junkyard.
 

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The part number for the bed extender bumper pad is: 1L5Z-99286B27-AA
It is the rubber pad that keeps the extender bed frame from direct contact with the pickup box floor.
They are grey or black. It is the same part number for Ranger extender bed bumper pad.

I contacted two Ford dealerships attempting to locate the pads. They looked at the national inventory
and were unsuccessful. I tried Google too; it seemed promising but it was not a success.

I would recommend trying a local Ford dealership to find it because with a part that old, they may have it
in stock, but not listed in their inventory released for national viewing.

Last option is get a hex wrench and head to the junkyards and look for Sport Tracs and Rangers that may
have an extender bed. RM, from this forum was able to share his last two with me. Next time it's off to the
junkyard.
Thank you very much for the information. It’s a great help for those needing the rubber pads/feet for the bed extender. 👍🏻
 

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Good luck finding what you're looking for. :) I'd think you could make them, if you can't find them for sale as a direct replacement. Might even be a side hustle. :)
 

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Just take the bracket apart, swap the rubber bumper to the side you want and leave 1 side without it... easy and free.
 

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