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Old 09-11-2010, 05:20 PM
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F350 Bed Size Question?

I have a 2001, F350 extended cab, 2WD, DRW, that I have been shopping for a canopy for. Canopy dealers have said that you have to buy a canopy that is designed for that truck bed because it is the largest bed made. I have been trying find out if there is a standard dimension canopy that will fit this truck. Will someone out there shed some light on this question? Much thanks to all at FTE.
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They are generally made brand-specific. In our case, there are two: long-bed and short.

Then, there are colors, and different manufacturers.

But almost always not a "generic".

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Found Answer to question

I was finally able to find a link with what I wanted.

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Both long and short bed Superdutys also have beds which taper in width.(Wider in front, narrower at the rear)
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