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Old 07-17-2010, 05:08 AM
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i have an 03 f250. i have the typical rot above both of the rear wheels that the dealer would not fix while under the warranty. does anyone know where these beds were made.

instead of fixing the rust, i am going to find some "built ford tough" or "U.A.W" stickers and place them directly above the rust.

ford should be embarassed that they made these vehicles with beds that rot away like they were made out of newspaper. and to not have some sort of recall on this issue should be criminal.
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Old 07-17-2010, 05:28 AM
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I hear ya man my old 99 centurion psd did the same thing I loved the truck but hated that dang rust. I can't remember on the fords but my chevy has plugs in the rear wheel well that you can pull out and the clean and the dirt out and just leave them out and then they don't rot away do the fords have that?
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Old 07-18-2010, 06:46 AM
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it truly is a shame that toyota doesn't make a heavy duty truck. i have been around many tundras, and they are without a doubt a better quality vehicle than anything made by the U.A.W!!

one of our work vehicles is a 2000 tundra with 300,000 miles on it which has been driven mainly by one of the worst drivers i have ever met. it has lived through 2 pairs of e-150 jokes. we have been intentionally running the crap out of this tundra trying to kill it and it's not happening. we could probably run it without oil and it would outlast our vans.

what we need is for toyota to make a super duty 7.3 with a torqshift and made with toyota quality.
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