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#1453751 Thu Jun 02 2022 09:32 PM
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will a bed off of a 46 chevy fit a 36 gmc t14?


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FAST55 #1453842 Fri Jun 03 2022 06:35 PM
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My guess is not without modification. A ‘46 Chevy 1/2 ton bed measures about 55” wide, stake pocket to stake pocket, to the outside edges and is about 80” long. For comparison, the ‘37 Chevy 1/2 ton bed measures about 51 1/4” stake pocket to stake pocket to the outside edges, and is about 78 1/2” long. Maybe someone else here knows for certain the difference, if any for the ‘36 GMC?

FAST55 #1454441 Wed Jun 08 2022 03:59 PM
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Thanks for the info. The 46 bed is almost perfect as the other one's I have looked at are rough and need a lot of work, so I am going to see how it looks once I get the cab back from the paint shop.


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