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Old 01-04-2014, 12:25 PM
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Does anybody have the factory measurements for a crewcab short box I'm trying to compare frames with a supercab long box
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Crew cab short bed wheelbase is 150" and super cab long bed wheel base is 155" as far as I know. I can go measure the total frame length on both if you want.
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Yeah that would be great if you didn't mind. I'm trying to find out what would be the best way to go with my new crew cab right now it's a long box 2wd that someone has cut the frame on and I could weld it back up easy enough but I think I want to do a short box
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Crew cab short bed 228 5/8. Super cab long bed 233 5/8
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Does anybody have any measurements for the box I have all the parts but I want to start there and would prefer measurements that someone already has
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Are you just looking for the box dimensions? If so, here's the body stuff from fordification:
http://www.fordification.net/tech/im...tyleside76.jpg

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1976 Ford Body Builder's Layout Book - FORDification.net
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Bad picture of it but in the works of cutting cap down to fit. This is a regular cab long box frame cutting was pretty easy. Hard part was making the 5Litre fuelly work good


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