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Old 06-05-2018, 08:50 AM   #1
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Passenger Side Grab Handle

Hi all,

I have a Ford Van E150, E250 or E350 passenger side grab handle and A pillar trim for a 2003 and up. It is light gray in color and in excellent condition with no cracks or scratches. It installs fairly easy with rivet nuts. It's a great addition to vans with bigger tires or a lift. $40 plus shipping.
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Old 06-05-2018, 09:34 AM   #2
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Fantastic --- I'll take it!
PM'ing you now.
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Old 06-05-2018, 12:40 PM   #3
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Darn, too late again.
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Note: The A pillar trim and grab handle designs change in 2003 model year.

I know 1998 did not have the grab handle. At least 2002 did, just different from 2003 and later. (not sure what year was the first to have the grab handle), The one shown in the picture Chris included would be 2003 and later.

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My plan is to retrofit it to my '95. With the lift kit/33's, anyone trying to get into the front passenger seat usually has a choice comment or two about not having a handle.

**There's a thread somewhere on here where someone installed one of these handles on an older van like mine (I think....)....will have to get some of that SEM interior vinyl/plastic paint to color-match the pillar trim once installed though.

EDIT: Ahah! Thread here:
Passenger side grab handle write up-
http://www.sportsmobileforum.com/for...-up-12665.html

Ray, are you thinking that I won't be able to get this pillar trim/grab handle to work on my '95?
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I put the grab handles on my old 96, just had to put rivnuts into the A pillar mount that was already there to mount the handle to.

KEY piece of info, don't over tighten that handle you've just installed, it will crack the windshield. Ask me how I know...
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