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Anyone ever make a "temporary" bed?

racsan

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central ohio
Vehicle Year
1994
Make / Model
ford
Engine Type
2.3 (4 Cylinder)
Engine Size
2.3/140-4
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
2WD
Tire Size
225/70/15-winter. 235/75/15-summer
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built, not bought
I used some 2x4’s, sheet of plywood , boat trailer lights with the converter box. Didnt run it long on either truck, was on the silver truck when I rolled it and was only on the blue truck long enough to go get my 4.10 axle from a junkyard 15 miles from home. still have all the pieces, just not as a assembled bed. Did have mudflaps both in front and in back of the rear tires. There’s certainly times when a flatbed is better than a factory bed. If the bed from the silver truck wasnt good (happened to be off truck when I rolled it) I might of just left the blue truck as a flatbed. The original “blue” bed became the ranger trailer along with the rear frame of the rolled silver truck.

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Blmpkn

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Vehicle Year
2021
Make / Model
Ford ranger
Engine Type
2.3 EcoBoost
Engine Size
2.3
Transmission
Automatic
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
2.5" level
Tire Size
255/75/17
This makes me sad 😔
 

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