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DAMAGED PART OF THE BED

Another vehicle brushed my 2003 Sport Trac damaging 2 of the handle-like brackets on the bed (Side Top edges of the bed). I have checked Ford Dealers Part Department for quote without success. Could you advise me on how to get the damaged parts replaced. I am living outside the US. Thanks

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