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Old 07-03-2010, 02:54 AM   #21
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^^ what he said... I had this problem once . i found a bed for mine and drove to get it bedless.. got there a hour later and the guy didnt tell me it was for a excab.. so it would not fit. it would bult up but there was about 1 foot gap from bed to cab.. so no there not the same i found out the hard way.. .
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Old 07-03-2010, 02:58 AM   #22
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Old 09-27-2010, 04:42 PM   #23
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Can we confirm the bed length issue?
Can some body measure the inner dimensions of their king cab box and someone measure the reg. cab box please?
I measured mine but lost the paper it was on :s
I'm looking for a tonneau and found on for a king cab.
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so I when out and measured and the regular cab box is approximately
75 3/4 x 60 outer dimensions
72 1/2 x 54 3/4 inner

anyone have them for a kingcab?
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love the bed chart
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Old 12-05-2010, 05:18 AM   #26
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I put a reg cab bed on ex-cab chassis, about 2.75" off on the wheel well, and bolt holes. Looks the same otherwise. Me and that other guy should swap! My ex-cab bed went to the scrap yard, sorry, no measurements off it.
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negative. reg cab and ext cab beds differ in length by about an inch. results may vary depending on the cover in question
Ok..I understand they differ by an inch but I am wondering if the nissan bedliner is interchangable between the two or not?..found one today in damn near perfect shape but it was in an extended cab.
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bedliner is a definite negative. the wheel wells are in different locations. so even if the length would work, you wouldnt be able to get it to sit in there.
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bedliner is a definite negative. the wheel wells are in different locations. so even if the length would work, you wouldnt be able to get it to sit in there.
Ok..figured as much..just wishful hoping..thanks
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Ok..I understand they differ by an inch but I am wondering if the nissan bedliner is interchangable between the two or not?..found one today in damn near perfect shape but it was in an extended cab.
I had one but it went when I sold the bed. I have one for a king cab bed.
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