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Old 06-01-2012, 12:12 AM
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Wood Blocks Beneath Bed?

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I'm about to embark on a two-tone paint job on my 1960 F250 4x4 in an attempt to return it back to the factory red/white paint scheme. However, before I do so I want to make sure that my bed isn't tilted one way or the other. I noticed that the bed uses wood blocks as supports between the bed and frame and was wondering if anyone sells these blocks or (better yet) if someone on here as the specs so I can cut them out myself.

I'm afraid I'll replace the blocks at some point down the road and my two-tone line on the bed won't match the cab anymore. I'd rather replace them now and avoid the hassle.

Thanks in advance.

P.S. I did a search and found a thread that supposedly contained specs on the blocks but I think the files have long since been removed.
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Here you go Nate!
http://www.ford-trucks.com/user_gall...112287.520.390
See if that works, I did a search for wood blocks in the 48-56 forum our, old stomping grounds.
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