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Old 03-13-2011
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Canopy fitment/interchange

So I was pondering about a canopy for my track (2009, ext. cab) and faltered when I found out new ones are like $1700 here.

So I thought about getting a used one, and it dawned on me that the box size might have changed over the years.

Anyone know what years would fit my truck? I would imagine the box size got a little bigger over time.
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the should all be the same, i have a 2006, and i have a canopy that came off a 2003
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It should only depend on if you have a stepside bed or one of the rare longbeds which were 7ft.
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Well, I have a 6' box, so I'd say it's pretty standard. Thanks for the replies.
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Theres a guy on here selling one for 300
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yea, from 93 to present should fit with no problems. the only time there would be an issue is length of the box, flareside or fleetside and the mazda/stx bed. the quarters on the mazda are different but i'm not sure if the inside dimensions are different.
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I just scored one for $80. Course the paint doesn't match, but who cares.

If I get bored enough maybe I'll paint it to match this summer.

Protip: Don't put canopies on in the dark. I did it in a back alley with no light. Got home and was like "Holy *bleep* is it crooked!" lol
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I picked up a canopy off a 88 Mazda pickup and it fit perfectly on my 99. Just painted it black and was good to go.
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