Sell me your Door Bags! (On-Vehicle storage)

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Unfortunately for me, I did not add the on-vehicle storage door bags to my order back in January when I ordered my 4-door Badlands. My dealer told me at the time to not add them incase there was a shortage (didn't want anything holding up my order) and we would add them when I took delivery. Took delivery a couple weeks ago and have been trying to find a set of the storage bags. I've gone back and forth with my dealer and Ford directly, but the conclusion is if you didn't buy them with the Bronco, the garage storage bags are your only option.

I know it's probably a long shot, but if you have a set and don't think you will use them, or just want the garage storage set (which I have a set and will give you) let me know! Would be even better if you are in the DFW area.
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Unfortunately for me, I did not add the on-vehicle storage door bags to my order back in January when I ordered my 4-door Badlands. My dealer told me at the time to not add them incase there was a shortage (didn't want anything holding up my order) and we would add them when I took delivery. Took delivery a couple weeks ago and have been trying to find a set of the storage bags. I've gone back and forth with my dealer and Ford directly, but the conclusion is if you didn't buy them with the Bronco, the garage storage bags are your only option.

I know it's probably a long shot, but if you have a set and don't think you will use them, or just want the garage storage set (which I have a set and will give you) let me know! Would be even better if you are in the DFW area.
I didn't realize there were 2 different types of storage bags. What is the difference?
 
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I didn't realize there were 2 different types of storage bags. What is the difference?
The set I want is able to be stored in the back of the bronco. So when I go to the lake for the weekend I can pull the doors off when I get there and store them in the back. The other set is just for leaving at home.
 

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I didn't realize there were 2 different types of storage bags. What is the difference?
The on-vehicle storage bags come with a harness to tie them down. I think that's it, other than looks and instructions being printed on them.
 

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do you have the part number?
 

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Unfortunately for me, I did not add the on-vehicle storage door bags to my order back in January when I ordered my 4-door Badlands. My dealer told me at the time to not add them incase there was a shortage (didn't want anything holding up my order) and we would add them when I took delivery. Took delivery a couple weeks ago and have been trying to find a set of the storage bags. I've gone back and forth with my dealer and Ford directly, but the conclusion is if you didn't buy them with the Bronco, the garage storage bags are your only option.

I know it's probably a long shot, but if you have a set and don't think you will use them, or just want the garage storage set (which I have a set and will give you) let me know! Would be even better if you are in the DFW area.
get me the garage storage bags and ill trade you for them. I bought the raised lid storage enclosure so I won't be able to store them on board. I bought them to store the doors in the garage.
 

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interesting cause the 600a96 number is used on a ford transit as well
https://ford.7zap.com/en/transport/164/no/0/2711/20356/95466/
Ford's part diagrams are obnoxious because they don't actually show the complete part number. The general format is Vehicle (4 chars) - Part type (4-6 chars) - Revision (1-2 chars).

For example: the evap canister for a 2011 Edge is:
7T4Z-9D653-B

And for a 2011 F150 it's:
9L3Z-9D653-C

Note that the center number is the same - that's apparently the number Ford uses for "Evap canister." The first four characters designate the model it's for, and the last one is the revision as the part gets updated over time.

The blower motor for an Edge is 7T4Z-19805-A and for an F-150 it's CL1Z-19805-A.

Notice how the Edge part's first four are the same between the two parts - it's the vehicle designator. But the F-150's prefix is different. The "CL1Z" prefix is actually for the Expedition. So this blower was originally used on the Expedition and later it was used on the F-150. But the "19805" is standard for the blower motor.

The Ford part diagrams usually only show the center section of the part number, which isn't helpful if you don't know the vehicle prefix, or if it's a part shared with another vehicle so the other prefix is used.

In this case, on the Transit the 600A96 is for a "securing strap." When Ford was picking the part number for the Bronco's storage bags with a securing strap, this must have been what they were going for.

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get me the garage storage bags and ill trade you for them. I bought the raised lid storage enclosure so I won't be able to store them on board. I bought them to store the doors in the garage.
I’d take you up on this if no one else has!
 

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I dont know that I will ever take my doors off, but I do have the front and rear garage storage bags and would be willing to sell them.
 

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I dont know that I will ever take my doors off, but I do have the front and rear garage storage bags and would be willing to sell them.
I just checked and I have onboard storage; bags for 4dr and on board harness.
 
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