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Get your pickup truck ready for the brutal cold

By Product Expert | Posted in Ford, Trucks on Monday, November 13th, 2017 at 11:40 pm
2017 Ford F-150 splashing in the mud

What are the best 2017 Ford F-150 accessories for winter?

If you have lived in the Edmonton area for any length of time, we do not have to tell you all about the long winters here. We have to endure quite a bit when the season rolls back around, and the season can wreak all kinds of havoc on even the most mundane daily tasks. This includes driving, as road conditions can deteriorate fast. If you already drive a pickup truck, such as the versatile Ford F-150, you’re already off to a good start in terms of preparing to battle the elements this winter. If you have a 2017 model in particular, you have some options for adding accessories to help make winter bearable. What are the best 2017 Ford F-150 accessories for winter? We have a few suggestions. 

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The 2017 Ford F-150 already offers ample capability for tackling tough weather, but a little extra help can’t hurt. Protect the lower body panels of the truck from splashing ice and mud with these splash guards for the rear (and these splash guard for the front). Are you heading off on vacation somewhere? This cargo box can attach to your truck so you can bring more items for the journey, and they’ll be protected from the elements, too. If that trip you plan to take is for a skiing or snowboarding adventure, don’t forget your ski and snowboard hitch mount! 

2017 Ford F-150 front grille with headlights on
2017 Ford F-150 parked in hangar exterior rear quarter view


You will need a little help dealing with the slop winter tosses at you in the interior as well. You know it’s not a pretty sight when you climb aboard your vehicle and drag in some snow and mud, so make sure you have some all-weather thermoplastic rubber floor mats to catch what’s on the bottom of your boots without ruining the interior of your truck. You can take that idea one step further with this tray-style floor liner to protect the floor from all the grime that comes with a freshly salted road after a blizzard.  

We hope you find these accessories useful in keeping your Ford F-150 in good shape during the cold weather! 


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