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Ford Truck Club Forum > FORD F-250 | F-350 SERIES | SUPER DUTY > 1948-1986 Ford F250 | F350



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I have a 1977 F250 "highboy" and am searching for body parts. Does anyone know which years are compatible? I need the bed, both doors and left fender.

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1973 - 1979 will fit


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Looks like I've found a 76 F250 with a nice body on it, but no engine. Hoping to pick it up this week. Other than obvious damage to the part that I need, is there anything I should look for in order to transfer to my 77?
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What do you mean? I guess one of my dillemmas is body hardware. The hardware is all junk on the trucks I'm taking apart on mine. You might want to grab some bolts and the threaded body clips from Fastenal (see if you can get one off and have them find them). Also, while the parts are off, clean up the rust and POR-15 it. Pretty sure they can prime/paint right over that stuff and it will protect better than the paint itself in the long run.
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Thanks for the advice here. I got the 78 F250 and am happy with all of the body parts on it. This will really help the project and ease of scheduling work as both trucks are sitting in my shop at the same time now! I am not too happy with the pickup bed floor and have noticed that finding a good bed and bed parts without rust and holes is very hard to do. Guess it just means more work to repair.
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They sell replacement bed floor pieces at rock auto and LMC.
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My son and I have been making some progress and thanks to this forum we have most of the replacement parts that we needed. We had a new 400m with less than 6K miles now, and a refurbished transfer case and drive lines already installed. This is primarily a rust removal and body makeover project. Take a look at our progress!
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