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Old 01-25-2004, 10:29 AM
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flat bed for 77 ford f250

howdy, yaateeh everyone
i am new to these forums, and the proud owner of a 77 (my birth year) F250 single cab step side truck.
I had the brakes redone (dana 60 rear) and the engine and is solid (a tow truck tranny).
I do not like the step side, and its a little ratty for the stuff i do (hauling hay to the cattle, pulling horse trailers full of horses).
I am looking for a nice flat bed for it.
has anyone seen any in any junk yards or sitting out in their yards they want to get rid of?
I am in flagstaff and navajo rez.
also any suggestions for a new ford owner? (i havent been in a 77 ford since i was about 10 and my grandparents had a 76 ford).
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...Probably be better off just building a flat bed for it..
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