Exactly which measurements are you looking for, SC SB, SC LB, do you want from the front of the truck to the tailgate or just to the back of the cab. Do you want a wheelbase measurement? (Doing my best Dr. Mccoy)Damn it Jim, I'm a doctor not a psychologist!
1993 F-250 HD XLT Lariat SC 4X4 7.3/5spd ATS WG turbo @ 12psi, 3" DP 4" straight exhaust, 5" stacks, Hypermax cowl induction with inline filter, IP up 3 flats, DPS stage 1 injectors, GPR LED mod, SMF conversion, coolant filter, catch can, Pyro/Boost gauges.
1986 F-250HD XLT Lariat 4X4 6.9/T19, soup bowl mod, straight pipe.
The Super Cab 8 ft bed overall length 80-86 is 230.3 inches. Actually it seems to me that could vary slightly because you bought different rear bumpers, most were heavy sheet metal, painted or chromed, which dent or bend readily....or as I did I got a HD bumper....welded steel plate with "non-slip" grid on top...it doesn't dent or bend...within reason. Around here, they have the dealers name carved out on the left side and the city/state on the right side.
The reason I'm asking is for legal issues while hauling a LONG gooseneck. Here in the great OH!(IO!- go bucks!) we have a limit of 65 overall feet with trailer and tow vehicle and 26,000 lbs GVW if you're towing as non-commercial. If you exceed either you need a CDL. Well my gooser is 48' if you include the neck (4 or so feet of which overlaps the truck) so the tow vehicle needs a length of 20 feet or less. (reg cab trucks are ok but i need something to haul the doggies too ) I was looking to upgrade haulers but the crew cab i was gonna buy is too long (i think) and i don't wanna push it that close. So i guess a supercab it is . I suppose i could always go with a crew cab short bed out of the late 70's. My trailers GVW is low i haul two trucks with it it's 14000 or 16000 so I need to have a 3/4 ton truck to stay below 10000 gvw for the truck.
2002 F350 "Big White"
2001 F150 "Black Pearl"
1996 F350 "Red Sled"
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