Buyers can find used utility truck beds for sale on eBay, and local truck dealerships might have some listed as well. Buying locally allows buyers to inspect the truck bed before purchasing it, which can help buyers avoid purchasing a model that doesn't work for them.
Another option to consider is looking for sellers on Craigslist. Truck owners sometimes put used truck beds in online classified sections when they upgrade to a different type, and some might offer them at low prices to clear space. Buying locally lets shoppers inspect the truck bed for signs of rust and to ensure a proper fit. The cost of shipping truck beds is high because of their weight, and shopping locally can reduce this cost.
Utility truck trailer beds come in a wide range of sizes and configurations, so buyers should determine what they want to do with the bed before making an offer. Even subtle differences can make a bed a poor match; one that doesn't fit required tools, for example, may be a poor purchase. In addition, it can be difficult to ensure that a truck bed works on a particular truck without testing it out, and incorrectly sized truck beds might not fit on a particular truck without modification.