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POLL:: What size Torx are your bed bolts?

Just for ****s and grins.. what size bolts hold your bed on?

Is it T-55 or T-65? What year and bed style (normal/step)

Just wondering so I get it right when I put the spreadsheet together... (see other thread)

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I have NO f'n clue LOL

Aren't I helpful? I'll find out soon enough though
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^^^post ***** lol


flare...65 (lets see if mine arnt original lol)
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2003 Style side T-55
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i think mine are T-55 but i have not seen them in over a year since i have a bedliner
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Mine are T55.....Fleetside bed.

Which reminds me, I need to tighten that one bolt closest to the gas tank....

The clip thing fell off though....Anyone know the best method to tighten that one? My hand can't fit in the framerail...I don't want to have to drop the tank just for on freaking bolt.
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my turn.. T-55 standard bed (fleetside? heck I dont know.. lol)

Anybody else with a step side? Alon I know you know...lol..
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even though its obvious already, t-55 fleetside

on a side note, ford factory bedliners are a b**** to move!
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1986 Long Bed T55
2002 Fleetside Short Bed T55
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I don't think the size has changed at all over the entire course of the ranger history.
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well mine is a 65 cuz i had to buy the t-65 ... the largest i had was a 55 i guess it was a replacement
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T-55
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