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Old 12-30-2009, 12:41 PM
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I was in a hit and run and left a nasty dent bed in my bed. i was seeing if anyone no's how hard it is to take it off. and whats would be a ball park price for a bed?
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Bed replacement isn't hard at all. Just a matter of removing some bolts, unplugging some wiring and unbolting the fuel filler. You will need a way to lift the bed be it mechanical of a few strong arms and backs.
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