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#332 of 351 2007 ford sport trac need chrome fuel door cover
Jun 02, 2008 (1:38 am)
does anyone know where to buy a chrome fuel door cover,chrome headlight cover,chrome tail light covers,chrome 3rd light cover?
#333 of 351 better Sport Trac gas mileage ?
Jun 12, 2008 (8:25 am)
I have a 2007 Sport Trac 4.0 eng. What can I do to increase the gas mileage? Everytime I come to a small hill the gas mileage falls off. It seems the truck is under powered!
#334 of 351 2008 Sport Trac
Jul 27, 2008 (10:53 pm)
Hi Sport Trac owners. I am new to this site and want to just say hi to everyone and hope to learn a few things. Has anyone bought a new 2008 Sport Trac? What is the big difference between the 2007 Sport Trac and the 2008? Appreciate any help.
Thanks, Seattle JM
#335 of 351 2008 Sport Trac needing chrome accessories
Nov 18, 2008 (6:15 pm)
Hi, 'sport trackers':
Anyone knows where to buy chrome gas door / chrome third brake light / chrome tail light bezel / chrome bug shield, double (split) stainless steel exhaust, headers, and elliptical roof rack crossbars for my new 2008 Limited, 4.0 L, V-6, 2 wheel drive Soprt Trac? I am exhausted and frustrated with the empty-output search.
By the way, with just 800 miles run, this brand new 2008 Sport Trac is at the Dealer's service department with a defective power steering unit. Unbelievable!
Thank you all in advance for any help. It's the first time ever I post something on a Forum.
#336 of 351 Looking for agressive tires
Mar 17, 2009 (4:17 pm)
I have an 07 Limited with the V8 and 18" tires that is loaded and now that i hit 28K miles the Michelins are nearly bald. Problem is you have to buy same size tires. The options out there are pretty lame to say the least. None of the major suppliers make a decent agressive tread for all terrain use. Any suggestions? I dont want to invest in a lift kit, just some good solid rugged tires that give me good grip in all weather and off road. The Michelins were OK in loose snow, lame in mud and really bad in hard packed snow.
#337 of 351 Factory Tonneau cover
Mar 20, 2009 (9:51 am)
Does any one know if there is a way to find out the actual dealer cost for the Tonneau cover that is available as an option on the 08 Sport Trac. I was promised one at dealer cost (in writing) when I purchased the vehicle. The price they quoted me over the phone is $1178. I went down to the local dealer and was quoted the same price. I think they are trying to make some money back since I was able to get such a good deal.
I was also offered a cover off another Sport Trac they had on their used lot, priced at $600. I am trying to make sure I'm not getting ripped off.
Right now on the 09 Sport Trac you can add the cover for $595 when you build your own on the ford website.
#338 of 351 Re: 2007 ford sport trac need chrome fuel door cover [scochran]
Aug 21, 2009 (9:45 am)
hi! friend ..
you know that you shop for your parts you need sportrack 2007.
I want to buy accessories for sportrack.! please let me know
#339 of 351 Re: 2007 ford sport trac need chrome fuel door cover [sandruko]
Oct 16, 2009 (1:37 pm)
alguien tiene direcciones o tiendas donde vendan piezas cromadas par ford explorer sportrack 2007-2009 por favor respuestas al e-mail;
saludos desde Ecuador
Mar 31, 2010 (4:53 pm)
I just bought a 2007 Sport Trac with a class II hitch that is part of the frame. How do I remove/change or modify it so I can put a class III/IV hitch on?
#341 of 351 Re: Hitch [mosquito3]
Apr 21, 2010 (7:45 am)
I am in the same situation. There is one that can be bolted underneath the 1 1/4" receiver for $932.00. Other than that, a Ford dealer will cut out the old and weld on the class III, about $1,800. by the time you get done. Please let me know what you find out. Bob