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Old 04-10-2014, 02:08 AM
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Different MY Chassis Info Request

I recently had an accident and it totaled my truck, but I'm looking to rebuild it I went to the junkyards, and I'm looking for the chassis please help with this , they rold me that the 2005 , 2006 & 2007 Ford f-150 share the same chassis that all I need is some adjustments/modifications for the bumper , is this true? ? Please help I know it's better to buy a new chassis than to fix it?
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It makes zero sense to post your question in the truck picture thread, so I moved it to its own thread where you will hopefully get some answers.

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Sorry to hear about your wreck. This may not be what you want to read, but to me it would make more sense to just buy another truck and keep your wrecked one for parts.

If you get the same wheelbase cab style and trim level, most of your parts should fit, at least they did on the pre-97 trucks.

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