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If I'm reading this right, the cc lb is going to have a 48 Gal tank. Nice!
 

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What about the short bed?
 

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What about the short bed?
This is from the guide:

Wheelbase lengths; were 137”, 142”, 156”, 158” and 172”.
They are now, respectively, 142”, 148”, 160”, 164” and 176”.

29 Gallon  (Diesel Engine) – 142"or 148” Wheelbase
34 Gallon  (Diesel Engine) – 160" or 164" Wheelbase
34 Gallon (Gas Engine) – NA 176” Wheelbase
48 Gallon (Gas Engine) – 176” Wheelbase
48 Gallon  (Diesel Engine) – 176" Wheelbase
 

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Regular Cab 4X2 – 8' Box 142
Regular Cab 4X4 – 8' Box 142"
SuperCab 4X2 – 6 ¾' Box 148"
SuperCab 4X2 – 8' Box 164
SuperCab 4X4 – 6 ¾' Box 148"
SuperCab 4X4 – 8' Box 164
Crew Cab 4X2 – 6 ¾' Box 160"
Crew Cab 4X2 – 8' Box 176"
Crew Cab 4X4 – 6 ¾' Box 160"
Crew Cab 4X4 – 8' Box 176"
 

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so these darn things are gonna be even longer? Seems consistent with what I've heard. I think about 1-2" in overall length. My concern is the height...i'm hearing an inch or two higher. Can anyone confirm this? I'm most interested in the 250 4X4 CCSB
 

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The cab and chassis are already 176". Glad indoor have to deal with 160". 156" plowing driveways is enough
 

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so these darn things are gonna be even longer? Seems consistent with what I've heard. I think about 1-2" in overall length. My concern is the height...i'm hearing an inch or two higher. Can anyone confirm this? I'm most interested in the 250 4X4 CCSB
A longer wheelbase does not necessarily mean the overall body will be longer.

Has anyone seen the dimensions and specifications yet?
 

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From my info source. Sorry can't say, but everyone will see soon enough.

And for the diesel it looks to actually be 49 gallons

Joe

Yes the LWB trucks will have 48 gal tanks.. That's a GREAT addition!
 
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