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Old 08-07-2008
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Icon10 Found a Flatbed to fit Rangers

After some searching and seeing one locally, i have found a company that actually makes aluminum flatbeds that will fit the Ranger. It's made by Aluma LTD. (www.alumaklm.com)
If you look under products, go to truck beds. They make one as small as 66"x 77". Some options are LED light upgrade, aluminum sides and tailgate that fit into stake pockets. They even have a gooseneck hitch option. I have done some looking and it looks as though it is priced under $1500 MSRP not including install price. (The larger 66"x87" has an MSRP of $1520) I know a few have wanted a flatbed, but didn't want to fab something, here's a good alternative. I might even get one in the not too distant future!
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you going to the meet up north on august 17th? to a OHV park? the info is in the meets/greets forum.
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Looks pretty good and it's a good price, but I like my stock bed better.
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No, I can't make it up there, I'm busy unfortunately. Yeah, the stock bed is nice, but at times I think a flatbed would be more practical for me than a flareside bed. Just thought I'd post it up too. I had seen a few asking questions about them so hey why not? :)
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yea....one of my old work trucks was a prefabricated flat bed on a ranger. local place builds some really really nice steel beds and lumbar racks. Another local place that's also in Nashville, builds some ultra nice flat beds, toolboxes, lumbar racks, etc...all aluminum. ProTech.net is the site. I have one of their headache racks.
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