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Old 04-03-2011, 03:54 PM
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I have a rust-free 8' bed that used to be in perfect condition and the best way to fix it would be to replace it with another bed, but good luck finding one... let alone one that's for sale.
Theres a guy here that goes down south each month and brings 4-5 6 and 8 foot beds up here to ohio and sells them for 700 a pop with tailgate.
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Theres a guy here that goes down south each month and brings 4-5 6 and 8 foot beds up here to ohio and sells them for 700 a pop with tailgate.
I'm a taker if he ever scores a factory-painted two-tone cranberry red with grey stripe with the 92-97 two-tone paint line height (not the same as the 87-91). I'd drive to Ohio for it.

I might even settle for a 6.5 ft bed if it has the right two-tone colors... chopping the frame and getting a new driveshaft in exchange for a rust-free factory-painted box (plus $700 and a round-trip to Ohio), I say that's worth the trouble.
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Man I really like that thing. Burly truck.
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I'll see if i can get the info for ya Lio45. I got it around here somewhere just gotta remember where i put it
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You sure don't see many lifted F250's with 302's....
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You sure don't see many lifted F250's with 302's....
It struggles, since I swapped it over to the 5 speed its a lot more fun to drive, even though its still slow. I will never understand why they even put that engine in a 3/4 ton truck. Its needs a BB or some 5.13 gears...
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I'd lift a 300 truck before a 302 that's for sure
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I could swap in a 300 or 351 without having to toss the transmission I just put in it. Diesel or BB and I would have to get the other ZF.
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My 93 f250 has flat top pistons and aftermarket cam cant rememeber lift has headman shorty headers few others cant remeber everything and has 15 8 bolts wheels motor 14k and trans has little under 17 with mild shift kit. she dont look like much but she paid for

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