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WTB: Stock bed bolts, MO

I ruined the threads on my 11 year old stock bed bolts and was wondering if anybody had any that they were willing to get rid of. thanks.
 
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why dont you put grade 8 bolts in??
 
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hmm i havnt thougt of that i guess i could.
 
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ya grade 8 would be the best route 2 go but i have my stock bolts somewhere. how many did u mess up?
 
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i think i messed up the back 4 but not sure. i will go to the store and try and find some grade 8 that will work first though.
 
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word. the threads on my stock ones are fine and my truck is only a year newer than yours so if u can't find them they are yours
 
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Why do you body lift it? its cheap and you get new bolts with more clearence IMO
 
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i have thought about it but i have fairly brand new 31" tires and think that it wouldnt look that good. and i only hae 3.73 gears so going to 33 will be hard on the engine.
 
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i have thought about it but i have fairly brand new 31" tires and think that it wouldnt look that good. and i only hae 3.73 gears so going to 33 will be hard on the engine.
I have a 3 inch lift with 31 inch tires and it looks great!!
 
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I have a 3 inch lift with 31 inch tires and it looks great!!
dont tell me those kinda things then i will want to put one on and i cant afford it because the prices went up. haha
 
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i got my stock bed bolts ill sell them but shiping is going to be a pitta
 
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i say BL i got about 5 inches with 31s and all my friends say its looks great the way it is. even though im goin to 33s.
 
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i am just going to buy some bolts and use them but thanks and the body lift will have to wait untill next year probably.
 
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