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Old 04-16-2013, 04:41 PM
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Ford Script flatbed in NY CL

Found this on the 67-72 FTE Site:

Ford flatbed

Located in Wallkill, NY for $345.
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Thanks for the lead! I'm looking for one! Is that the size that would be found on an F5? I thoguht it would have been 12 ft not 9 ft long... Hopefully an expert here would know!
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They came in two wheelbases.
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Two wheelbases? I didn't know that... can you elaborate some more?

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Two wheelbases? I didn't know that... can you elaborate some more?

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The nine foot script bed will fit a 130 or 134? inch WB truck. Your F5 is probably 156, I believe. That bed looks nice but is missing the skid strips.
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The nine foot script bed will fit a 130 or 134? inch WB truck. Your F5 is probably 156, I believe. That bed looks nice but is missing the skid strips.
This might help with the bed strips:

http://www.mar-k.com/Catalog/PDF/Catalog/bed_strips.pdf
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Two wheelbases? I didn't know that... can you elaborate some more?

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Actually, there were 3 wheelbases for the F5.
134", 158" & 176"
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