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Old 08-12-2009, 06:11 AM
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What beds will fit???

I have a 2000 F250. I have a line on a good bed off of an 05. Will it fit?
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99-08 bed will fit.
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What Dave said.
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as long as its the same length, they are the same 99-08 like said above, the only thing that may change is the location of the 8 bed bolts. The holes in the bed might move, but the coresponding holes are already pre-drilled in the frame, you will just have to move the nut plates on the frame
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Thanks guys. I figured it would fit, but it was easier to defer to the experts.
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as long as its the same length, they are the same 99-08 like said above, the only thing that may change is the location of the 8 bed bolts. The holes in the bed might move, but the coresponding holes are already pre-drilled in the frame, you will just have to move the nut plates on the frame
Hole locations didnt change
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Hole locations didnt change
00 CCLB 4X4 XLT, to a 03 CCLB 6.0 King Ranch they did. We put the 03 body on my wrecked 00 for my dad. Its the 2nd row of bolts back they go through a different bed cross member, there is like 5 or 6 rows of cross members under the bed and only 4 sets of bolts. No big deal because all the holes are pre punched in the frame from the factory, just had to moved the nut clips.
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Old 08-12-2009, 07:53 PM
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00 CCLB 4X4 XLT, to a 03 CCLB 6.0 King Ranch they did. We put the 03 body on my wrecked 00 for my dad. Its the 2nd row of bolts back they go through a different bed cross member, there is like 5 or 6 rows of cross members under the bed and only 4 sets of bolts. No big deal because all the holes are pre punched in the frame from the factory, just had to moved the nut clips.
Weird We just did a 99 crew cab XLT to an 08 crew cab lariat bed swap didnt have to change a thing
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Weird We just did a 99 crew cab XLT to an 08 crew cab lariat bed swap didnt have to change a thing
Yeah there isnt any rhyme or reason to why, we swapped the bed and when we were putting the bolts back in" I was like "where the heck did the nut plates go?" Because the bolt dropped right in and through hole in frame Then I looked in each bed side by side saw that one of the center rows was moved. So we had to pick the bed up a few inches and swap the nut plates.

Frame was a 00CCLB XLT 4x4 offroad 6spd man, bed and body was an 03 CCLB King Ranch FX4 5 spd auto.
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