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Old 04-04-2012, 03:57 PM   #1
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flat bed sport trac.

Hello, new to the site so sorry if this is in the wrong place, i have a 02 sport trac that i would like to flat bed,thinking about 5 1/2 foot wide, and the same length, was wondering if any one has done this on here, or posibly any pictures so i can get a few ideas before i start, any info would be great.
i also will be selling the bed/tailgate once its complete if anyone is interested in it. the truck is black.

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Old 04-04-2012, 04:00 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum! The idea sounds pretty cool. I know there have been a few people that have done something similar with a lot of fabrications to the body of the truck but I doubt anyone has done one to the new body syle




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Subject has been thrown around a few times but no flatbeds yet. I'm doing one now but it's going on a 94 F150 SB 4x4. Progress on it is slow @ the moment.




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