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Old 09-25-2012, 08:12 PM
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Hi all I was wondering if ford ever made in the obs body style a regular cab4x4 dually? I'm in the process and wondering if they made them, I have seen them but idk if they are conversions or factory, also does any body have any pics of home made dually fenders im thinking about just making some but im not sure yet. Thanks
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Old 09-26-2012, 01:36 AM
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IIRC all obs duallys are 2 wheel drive
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Im not so sure about that.. im pretty sure my fathers had a few obs dump trucks that were 4wd. im sure it wouldnt be too hard to scrap the dump bed for a flat bed or something

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Wouldn't the dump truck be considered a superduty not an f350?
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Wouldn't the dump truck be considered a superduty not an f350?
no they ran f-350 single cab, 4x4, dually with a 8ft dump
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Old 09-26-2012, 04:31 AM
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I wish they made a crew cab 4x4 dually, from factory.
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I believe only cab n chassis were made in 4 wheel drive from the factory. All others were conversions, like centurian and there are a few others.
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I believe only cab n chassis were made in 4 wheel drive from the factory. All others were conversions, like centurian and there are a few others.
your right there were cab n chassis sold from factory, but were labled under f-350 and never came with a bed. the f-superduty was a f-450 and up and had different frames and longer wheel bases.
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I have a crew-cab 4wd dually. I kinda wish there was a way to find its history. Its built on the regular consumer platform, as the frame rails are the normal distance apart for the bed. It took a lot of searching for me to find one with a 5 speed.
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I have a crew-cab 4wd dually. I kinda wish there was a way to find its history. Its built on the regular consumer platform, as the frame rails are the normal distance apart for the bed. It took a lot of searching for me to find one with a 5 speed.
Can you post pics please?
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