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Old 04-12-2004, 12:02 PM
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Styleside vs. Flareside Bed

A buddy of mine at work brought up this question to me.He's looking at a 1998 Ranger with a Flareside bed and he is wanting to know what the width between each of the side panels is on a Flareside.Anyone know?

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My '99 flareside had approx. 45 inches width in the bed. That's one of the big reasons I got rid of that truck.
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