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Old 06-30-2013, 09:01 AM
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Bed Floor supports, anyone used these replacements?

I have some rot on mine and I think I am going to use these... expensive but seems much faster then attempting to make them my self.

Anyone else used these? http://www.ebay.com/itm/130923722145...84.m1423.l2649

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sorry... link to supports
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looks legit but way overpriced IMHO
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Yea, I've no experience with them but,,,, I'd bet you could take the truck to any good welding shop and they fab and install them for that!
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Agreed either way the beds coming off and that is a pain in itself

you also will gain a little in bed height if the new ones are straddling the old ones ?? will that be an issue with cab alignment
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You can buy a take off bed for alittle more
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Anyone know a good source to buy used or new takeoff beds from?
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Holy crap, did you read the auction? That is just for the middle 4 supports. The front and rear support are an extra $380. If your bed supports are gone, I'd bet money that your bedsides aren't too far behind either. You can get a brand new bed from Ford for around $3k with tailgate.
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yeah, I thought about that... problem with that is another bed is still going to have the same issue down the road in my neck of the woods, salt. And I just got the start of the rot in the bed over the rear wheels. I have been told that the rot above the wheels is caused by a foam piece in there that hols water. So I figure rather then spend a ton (cheapest i can find is around $1500) on a new bed I would just get some fender flares and take the bed off and remove the foam problem piece, so some sandblasting, some POR15 and cover it with the flares. Then replace the supports with these... fun stuff.
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It would be cheaper for you to buy the $1500 bed than fix your existing bed.
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