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puttin a 4wheeler in the bed with stacks

Im not really sure where to post this but I was wondering if anyone has tried to put a 4wheeler in a short bed f250 with stacks?

If so what did you use to put over the stack so the tires dont melt on the 4wheeler?

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My ATV Barely fits in my short bed and I dont have stacks... have you looked into if it will even fit length wise

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i was gunna just put some straps on it and leave the tailgate down but i just dont want the tires to melt.

Steve- Green 2001 F250, 4" lift w/ 355's, 20" atx mojave teflon wheels, 5" mitre cut stacks, afe intake, power hungry tuning, fabtech desert guard w/ lights, and more to come.
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