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Fits: 1963-64 Ford All Models (4 Door), 1963-64 Mercury All Models (4 Door)

PART# 395-040-1

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Fits: 1963-64 Ford All Models (4 Door), 1963-64 Mercury All Models (4 Door)

PART# 395-040-2

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Fits: 1987-1996 Ford F-Series Supercab Pickup

PART# 1982-106 R

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Fits: 1997-2003 Ford F-Series Regular Cab Pickup, 1997-2003 Ford F-Series Super Cab Pickup (3 door)

PART# 1984-106 R

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Fits: 1999-2003 Ford F-Series Crew Cab Pickup

PART# 1984-104 R

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Fits: 1960-63 Ford All Models (2 Door), 1960-63 Ford Galaxie (2 Door), 1960-63 Mercury All Models (2 Door)

PART# 393-020-2

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Fits: 1960-63 Ford All Models (4 Door), 1960-63 Mercury All Models (4 Door)

PART# 393-040-2

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Fits: 1980-1996 Ford Bronco, 1980-1996 Ford F-Series Pickup

PART# 1982-102 R

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Fits: 1973-1979 Ford F-Series Pickup, 1978-1979 Ford Bronco

PART# 1980-103 L

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Fits: 1997-2003 Ford F-Series Super Cab Pickup (4 door)

PART# 1984-107 L

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Fits: 1980-1986 Ford F-Series Pickup, 1980-1996 Ford Bronco

PART# 1981-103 L

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Fits: 1963-64 Ford All Models (2 Door), 1963-64 Mercury All Models (2 Door)

PART# 395-020-2

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1999-2010 Ford F-250/F-350/Super Duty Crew Cab Short Bed Rocker Panel Trim 8.75"

1999-2010 Ford F-250/350 SuperDuty Crew Cab Dually 12pc 8.75" Rocker Panel Trim

1999-2010 Ford F-250/350 SuperDuty Crew Cab Dually 12pc 6" Rocker Panel Trim


Ford Truck F100 F250 Rocker Panel Universal 61,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,72

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Ford F250 rocker panels to ensure that you have every rocker panel option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Ford F250 rocker panels, so that whether you are looking for replacement Ford F250 rocker panels or black side rocker panels or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Ford F250 rocker panel needs!

Rocker panels are a common trouble spot on many vehicles. Because of poor drainage and their close proximity to the ground your rocker panels are at high risk for rust and corrosion which if not treated can quickly spread to the rest of your ride. An easy fix for this is to replace your old damaged unit with a brand new rocker panel. Here at Andy's Auto Sport we have a great selection of rocker panels for you to choose from. With offerings from all of the leading brands you are sure to find the perfect panels to restore your ride in our expansive lineup.
If you have sustained crash damage, many body shops will try to put a band aid over your damaged rocker panel by using thick body fillers which can trap moisture and will eventually crack and chip ruining your new paint job. Replacement rocker panels are the correct way to go about your body repair. Theses panels have been carefully crafted to recreate the exact lines of your vehicle and provide perfect fitment to ensure that your ride comes out of the paint shop looking good as new. When it comes to performing body repairs do not cut corners, do it right with replacement rocker panels.
Q: What are rocker panels? Why buy them?
A: Rocker panels are located underneath your vehicle’s doors and span the distance between the front and rear wheel wells. Rocker panels are one of the longest straight panels on a vehicle and because they are so low to the ground they are extra prone to dents, dings and scrapes. In addition rocker panels tend to trap moisture inside which leads to bubbling paint, and soon to follow, rust holes. Rocker panels are also crucial to the structural strength of your vehicle, so if you have damaged or rusty rocker panels it is not a matter to be taken lightly. Fortunately there are brand new replacement rocker panels available that are made from high-quality steel to restore your vehicle to great condition and keep your ride looking good as you drive down the road.

Q: Do the rocker panels that you offer install over my existing rocker panels?
A: No. Replacement rocker panels require you to have a body shop cut off part or all of your rocker panel, then weld the new rocker panel in place.

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