Dodge truck beds come in a variety of sizes, depending on the year, make and model of the vehicle, but dimensions generally range from 67 inches to 97 inches long, and from 57 inches to 62 inches wide. Length and width are measured from designated points within a Dodge truck.
The 2015 Ford F-150 is available with truck beds in 5.5, 6.5 and 8-foot lengths. The bed is approximately 80 inches wide, including the sides of the bed itself.
As of 2015, Ford offers F-150s with three sizes of truck beds, each with a 21.4-inch inside height, a 50.6-inch width between wheelhouses, and lengths of 67, 78.9 and 97.6 inches. The bed length that is available varies between the five models of F-150s.
Companies that make truck bed covers include TruXedo, BAKFlip, Tonno Pro, Pace Edwards and American Tonneau. Types of truck bed covers include roll up, retractable and fiberglass.
To replace the bed on a Ford F350, grind the heads off the Taplite 2000 bed bolts that attach the bed to the frame, remove the tail lights and disconnect the bed's wiring, then use a post lift, engine hoist or the help of three other people to remove the bed and replace it. Consult the F350's mainte
To replace a Chevy truck bed, undo the three screws that secure the gas nozzle to the bed, and remove the ground strap, taillight harness, and the old truck bed. Install the replacement truck bed.
TruckinAmerica.com and TruckAddOns.com each offer truck bed size charts that are printable or viewable online. Each chart includes several truck model years from select manufacturers.
Ford manufactures cars with a range of engine sizes, from the 1-liter standard Fiesta engine to the 5.2-liter engine available for the Shelby GT350 Mustang. Ford's smallest truck, the F150, is available with a V-6 engine as small as 2.7-liter, while Ford's largest commercial truck boasts a 6.8-liter
To install a Dodge pickup truck bed, lower the bed onto the frame, lift the truck, bolt the bed in place, connect the tail lights and attach the gas tank tube assembly. The tools needed for the installation include a set of sockets with extensions, a ratchet, screwdrivers, a floor jack and jack stan
A "3/4 bed" is an abbreviated way of saying a three-fourths bed, or a bed that is 48 inches wide and 75 inches long, according to About's quilting expert. The bed is three-fourths of the width of a full-size bed.