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post #1 of 11 Old 07-07-2007, 10:58 AM Thread Starter
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Short Box length...

I have a quick ?

I'm pretty sure they are the same , but wanting to make sure - I have a camper shell I'm trying to sell/trade and need to know if a Crew Cab short box is the same length as an Extended Cab short box or Regular Cab short box..

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wow - I thought this would be an easy answer...lol
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i am almost positive they are the same

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me too - but before I tell this potential buyer YES - I wanna make sure..lol
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Go buy a tape measure and measure the bed of the buyers truck compared to the bed of your truck. That will tell you if they are the same or not.


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Well I know that - but he is 2 hours away

I will just measure mine and have him measure his if it comes down to it :vomit:
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For as long as I can remember, Ford's only sold a 6 1/2' (short) and a 8' (long) bed. You should be good to go.

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I figured as much.. just wanted a few more people to agree..lol

thanks for the help guys!
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Hope you get it sold/traded!

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They are the same until you get into the F-150 crew cab and extended cab. The crew cab in a F-150 is not a full sized short bed.
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