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Old 02-15-2013, 01:51 PM
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I have a super crew F350, 2001. I have found a cab off a 2007 King Ranch crew cab, full interior in great condion. Will it bolt on to my frame and work? I would add a flat bed so that is not an issue.

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Are you just wanting the interior or the whole cab? I replaced the whole interior with an 06 and everthing does match up.
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Are you just wanting the interior or the whole cab? I replaced the whole interior with an 06 and everthing does match up.
His truck is an extended cab(super crew) he has found a crew cab to convert to. Will it fit?

By going to a flat bed I think you can make it work, with some custom fab work. Is your truck a long bed or short bed. If its a long bed and you go to a short bed flat bed you may be in business. Hopefully, someone with more experience with this will chime in. Good luck!
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Cab itself, no. Most int parts, yes. The frame curve will interfear with the cab floor.

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Cab itself, no. Most int parts, yes. The frame curve will interfear with the cab floor.

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Didn't think about that. Hmmmmm. Dang.
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Although it is a long bed. Does that matter?
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my 02 ccsb and my 99 sclb look to have the same frame. Not sure what is different about the mounts and stuff for the 07 though. The cab I dont think changed much so I am sure it can be done with some work.
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Although it is a long bed. Does that matter?
Nope, won't work.

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my 02 ccsb and my 99 sclb look to have the same frame. Not sure what is different about the mounts and stuff for the 07 though. The cab I dont think changed much so I am sure it can be done with some work.
They're different... different wheel bases. You could put a cab on a 99 from a 2011 without much work, as long as they are the same cabs. Where the frame curves up behind the cab is going to be your problem. It's already notched inside the extended cab for clearance.
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