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Just was wondering if anyone knew if it was at all possible to take a 7 foot bed and replace a 6 foot bed on my supercab.
 


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Sure if you feel like stretching the frame at the same time. Distance from the front of the box to the wheel arches is greater on the 7 foot bed.
 

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You will need to some fab work to do it, but it can be done. The bumper will need to be moved back as you know for example. I don't know anybody who has done this before. I know people who cut the bed down to bob it and that looks sweet!!!
 

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Ull need to extend the drive shaft also, because ull have to move the axle too.
Your truck is basically a long bed frame, but instead of using 1 feet larger bed, it has 1 feet larger cab.
 

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