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Old 03-15-2011, 05:18 PM
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F250 bed size

Is the 6.5 bed on the 2011 CC the same size as the 6.5 bed on the 2010? May be a dumb question, but I want to order a rubber bed mat and all I can find is for a 2010.
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Had that same problem here but the bed mat from the older truck does fit perfect.
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I pulled my mat out of the 08 when I traded it in on the 11 f250. It fits fine. No difference in size.
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What company did you use for your bed mat? I am looking to buy one for my new 2011. I am getting a liner soon but until then I want to get a bed mat for my truck
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Old 03-25-2011, 02:32 PM
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I got mine from Cabelas. have not received it yet though. I want to get a bedrug, but they don't make the one I want yet for a 250/350. I want the one that looks like the sprayed in bedliner. I talked to BedRug and they said they were going to make them but did not have a timeline yet.
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What company did you use for your bed mat? I am looking to buy one for my new 2011. I am getting a liner soon but until then I want to get a bed mat for my truck
I got my DeeZee brand bed mat through Auto-zone. It was around $80.00 and they had to special order it . They have free shipping to their store site. I ordered one for a 2010 long box and it fits perfect.
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Hi guys I have a 2004 f-250 regular cab with an alloy tray, I want to put a style side bed on it, but I'm not too sure which bed will fit, the 6 or the 8 foot bed? Can someone shed some light on this for me pls. Thanks
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Hi guys I have a 2004 f-250 regular cab with an alloy tray, I want to put a style side bed on it, but I'm not too sure which bed will fit, the 6 or the 8 foot bed? Can someone shed some light on this for me pls. Thanks
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Hi guys I have a 2004 f-250 regular cab with an alloy tray, I want to put a style side bed on it, but I'm not too sure which bed will fit, the 6 or the 8 foot bed? Can someone shed some light on this for me pls. Thanks
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It should be about the same length as the flat bed that is on it. You need to find out your wheelbase and that should let you know for sure the bed length that will fit.
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I don't think the Superduty was ever available in Standard cab short bed, so you would need the 8' long bed.
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I don't think the Superduty was ever available in Standard cab short bed, so you would need the 8' long bed.
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With him having a Brazilian truck, he could very well have a shortbed regular cab super duty.
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Old 01-11-2016, 09:11 PM
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Alright, let's go by wheelbase. In US the Std cab long bed is 147" wheelbase. The difference in long bed vs. short bed is 16", so a Std cab short bed should be around 131" wheelbase.
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I have a suggestion before you spend a lot of money on a piece of rubber sheeting. I may take some time but you will like the result.
I work in a restaurant that use the rubber mats for the cooks to stand on in the kitchen. They are about an inch thick with 1 inch holes. Very heavy rubber. When they get a little wore or a corner tears off we just throw them away. I got three, cut them to size, very easy to do, and now I have a great, thick mat that holds everything well off the bed to avoid any water seepage from the Bakflip 3 cover I have.
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Hi guys I have a 2004 f-250 regular cab with an alloy tray, I want to put a style side bed on it, but I'm not too sure which bed will fit, the 6 or the 8 foot bed? Can someone shed some light on this for me pls. Thanks
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If that is a cab-chassis,the bed will not be a bolt on.Found these threads on the subject.
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...-for-6-0l.html
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...truck-bed.html
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