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2002 F250 XLT NEED DIMENSIONS!

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I just bought a 2002 F250 XLT 4x4 Regular Cab, Long Bed. It's 3 hours away in Massachusetts from where I live in NY. I won it on ebay so I don't have the pleasure of measuring what I need to for transport. I have a 16ft x 6.9ft equipment trailer that I use to haul my skid steer loaders... I'm REALLY hoping this truck could fit on my trailer so I can just drive up, put it on the trailer and not accumulate unecessary mileage on the purchase truck. I'm having trouble finding dimensions for a 2002. I found this website, but I'd like to see if anyone on here has a site they use or first hand knowledge. I'm fukcde if I drive all the way up there with a trailer... only for the truck not to fit

I found this site but I'm not sure if its an accurate representation of the info I need:

2002 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT Regular Cab Pickup 5.4L V8 4x4 6-speed Manual 8.2 ft. Bed Features and Specs



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Again its a 2002 F250 XLT Regular Cab Long Bed 4x4.


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You'll be fine. If it were a crew cab long bed I'd say no.

Depends on your axle location you may load it front first or backwards. Just pay attention to too much tongue load vs not enough since you won't have much room to work with like your skidloader.

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Thanks! As far as front to front or back to front on the trailer, we'll see what loads best my bigger concern is the trailer is 82" between fenders, and according to that site the F250 is 79.9 inches wide. That leaves me a little more then an inch on each side to play with... that's whats making the most concerned at the moment.

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Wheel base is 137". That should give you just enough room to add 3' from frt axle to bumper and 4' rear axle to bumper.

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Thanks! As far as front to front or back to front on the trailer, we'll see what loads best my bigger concern is the trailer is 82" between fenders, and according to that site the F250 is 79.9 inches wide. That leaves me a little more then an inch on each side to play with... that's whats making the most concerned at the moment.
Ah that's all kinds of room.

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