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Old 02-09-2014, 01:24 PM
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2011-2013 dually bed on an 02' dually

Hey guys,

Well I currently have a complete 08' front end sitting at my shop just waiting to be put on the truck.

The truck will be painted as soon as the snow clears, but my bed does have some rust around the dually flares. Nothing to bad.

I was just wondering if anyone knows is the 2011-13 dually 8ft bed has the same bolt pattern as the 99-03 trucks.

If I can find one reasonably cheap somewhere, it would be a really cool project.


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Give this guy a call.
F250 BOXES NEW $1495 8' SUPERDUTY FORD 99-14 SOUTHERN ON BURFORD - Ontario Auto Body Parts For Sale - Kijiji Ontario Canada.

Same place I bought the one for mine. 2013 box and tail gate for my 2003.
you can cut the box and install your flairs.
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Give this guy a call.

F250 BOXES NEW $1495 8' SUPERDUTY FORD 99-14 SOUTHERN ON BURFORD - Ontario Auto Body Parts For Sale - Kijiji Ontario Canada.



Same place I bought the one for mine. 2013 box and tail gate for my 2003.

you can cut the box and install your flairs.

The reason I am looking for the 11-13' bed is so I can have the new style flares. I'll take a look though, thanks!


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If and when you sell the old ones drop me a P.M. I'm in need of a new passengers side flare.
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Hey guys,

Well I currently have a complete 08' front end sitting at my shop just waiting to be put on the truck.

The truck will be painted as soon as the snow clears, but my bed does have some rust around the dually flares. Nothing to bad.

I was just wondering if anyone knows is the 2011-13 dually 8ft bed has the same bolt pattern as the 99-03 trucks.

If I can find one reasonably cheap somewhere, it would be a really cool project.


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Yup it works. You will have to change the tail light wiring for the back up lights.

BTW - nice truck.
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Yup it works. You will have to change the tail light wiring for the back up lights.

BTW - nice truck.
Wow that looks great!....Just wondering how much lower those flares sit then the 02'. My rear's are about 2" from hitting the flares.

Just bolts right up?

Thanks!!
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If and when you sell the old ones drop me a P.M. I'm in need of a new passengers side flare.
Yup no problem, just letting you know, both side are cracked at the rear from the tires hitting.
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When your ready let me know and I will stop by and have a look at them.
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Wow that looks great!....Just wondering how much lower those flares sit then the 02'. My rear's are about 2" from hitting the flares.

Just bolts right up?

Thanks!!
Not sure how much the two differ as far as wheel opening is concerned. I could take some measurements if you like.

Yes the box bolts on in the same locations.
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