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Old 09-21-2009, 07:38 AM
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Looking for some measurements !

I need measurements for a crew cab long bed. Looking for the following measurements if you guys can get me them it would be great!

1) Bumper to Bumper length at longest point.

2) Wheel base.

3) Front bumper to rear tire where it touches pavement.

4) Rear bumper to front tire where it touches pavement.


If I can get these from you guys that would be great!
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Old 09-21-2009, 07:51 AM
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i have an extended cab long box. but what are you trying to accomplish with the measurements?
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Old 09-21-2009, 07:54 AM
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We are trying to figure out the shortest trailer possible that can haul 2 crew cab long bed dually's at the same time.
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I need measurements for a crew cab long bed. Looking for the following measurements if you guys can get me them it would be great!

1) Bumper to Bumper length at longest point.

2) Wheel base. 172.4"

3) Front bumper to rear tire where it touches pavement.

4) Rear bumper to front tire where it touches pavement.


If I can get these from you guys that would be great!
I got #2 for ya straight from the 2009 Ford Super Duty brochure.
Answer in red.

From my experience when I pulled a 2 car trailer, you are gonna need at a minimum of 42ft. of deck space.
I had 36ft. of deck space and could only manage 1 crewcab & 1 ext. cab, both short beds.

I am guessing that you will want 3 axles on the trailer?

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Old 09-21-2009, 08:04 AM
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My 2006 F-350 Crew Cab, Long Bed, Single Rear Wheel:

Front bumper to rear bumper - 263"
Front wheel to rear wheel - 173"
Front tire to rear bumper - 224"
Front bumper to rear tire - 211"

These measurements are with a tape measure in my driveway.
Hope this helps.
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:20 AM
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Thanks for the info guys!

Here is the trailer we pull now and are needing to rebuild the back end of it. We are curious if we can make it work where we can get 2 to fit on there.

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Its looking like a new trailer is in the near future as I would need to have 8 feet added.
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tsteel,
Just curious but what are you up to that requires two duallys in tow?
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tsteel,
Just curious but what are you up to that requires two duallys in tow?
I haul salvage dually trucks like the one on the trailer.
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understood. Is there much of a market for hauling wrecked duallys? not a flame, just curious.
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