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Old 04-04-2012, 03:02 PM
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looking for a 99-10 Truck bed

Hey guys, my 03 has some minor rust around the rear fenders and the bottom of the tailgate. I was wondering if any of you other wisconsinites know of a scrap yard where i could get a clean box. If not i'll probably just cut out the rust, prime it, hit it with some rhino bed liner, and put flares on it. Just trying to find a small priced route, kinda runnin on a budget right now.
Let me know if you know of anything, or which route would be better.
Thanks guys.
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Old 04-04-2012, 03:09 PM
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Anywhere around you (within a reasonable distance) do take offs?
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If by take off you mean removing the bed then no. I was planning on tackling it myself unless it's better to have a shop do it.
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Old 04-04-2012, 03:29 PM
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We might be talking about the same thing - what I meant by take off is a place that takes beds off the pickups to put the utility beds on. They may have a whole bed just sitting there.

That may not fit into your budget especially if you have to have it painted to match the truck.
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Ohhhh i gotcha!!! thats a great idea. I'll look into that. Thanks Supercruty!
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