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Need help from some step-side/Splash/flare-side guys...

Whatever you want to call your bed, I need some measurements. Actually, just one.

How long would the yellow line be able to be?

I am guessing maybe 8 inches.

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Front of the bed, to the end of the stepplate is 11 inches, so I know what youre looking for is more than 8im thinking youre looking around 15-18, what are you going for?
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It's just a little over 18" at the bottom.
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that isn't 18"

look at his rims.
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The yellow line is 18", from where the bed starts to the edge of the wheel well.
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it just doesnt look like 18" in that pic.. ya know
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agreed christian, in thta pic it looks like roughly an inch lol. so whatcha gonna do? my guess is exhuast something or other.
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For real, that's 18"? Man, my wheels look like blingy 12" in that perspective!

Wow.

18", geez. Thanks, fella's!
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I will triple check for you in the morning just to make sure.
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just measured mine, it starts curving slightly at 18.25". At around 18.75" is where the major curve starts.
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Thanks everyone, and it definately is 18". I had my Mom and Dad take a direct side-shot with a measuring tape in the shot, lol.

Thanks, guys!
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