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Old 02-24-2008, 09:53 PM
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Wood Bed Specs

I just bought a 1981 Ford F100 Flareside Short bed.
The wood was completely rotted out in the bed.
` I would like to replace the wood without having to buy an expensive kit.
Does anybody have the size spec on the wood bed replacements?
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Welcome glad you found us. Are you redoing the bed to be used or just for show? If you are just going to rebuild for use I would get in there with a tape measure and see what you need and cut to fit . I would probaly get some steel bed strips to put between the planks .
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