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I Am in search of a bed for a 2008 teryx. Mine was a dump bed but with a massive roll over the bed is destroyed. Anyone got one for sale?
 

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I Am in search of a bed for a 2008 teryx. Mine was a dump bed but with a massive roll over the bed is destroyed. Anyone got one for sale?
 

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I Am in search of a bed for a 2008 teryx. Mine was a dump bed but with a massive roll over the bed is destroyed. Anyone got one for sale?
 

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You can have mine for free but I am in Yuma AZ too. everything but the plastics, went to a bed delete. Chad.
 

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Chad I will pay pal you for shipping and kick you a little extra as well. If you want to figure out shipping to 41017.
 

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I don't need the plastic. I just need the guts and everything. I have all new plastic already. Just both back corners r caved in and the passenger side is crushed over and support shocks are broke.
 

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Would be a great time to buy sandjunkies aluminum bed kit. shave off major weight. pretty reasonable too.
 

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Only problem there I have is strength and durability. Winter I trail ride hauling toolbox, cooler, small chainsaw, spare tire, and 1 gallon gas can. Then in summer I sand drag race in sand drag cars. It is my tow and everything vehicle. Small generator, fuel cans, weights, battery charger. I don't believe the aluminum bed will hold up. Any information to prove me wrong and I would go that way to save on weight
 

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He has a heavier made on which I have. It will hold up. But it's up to you. Give him a call he is great to visit with.
 

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Only problem there I have is strength and durability. Winter I trail ride hauling toolbox, cooler, small chainsaw, spare tire, and 1 gallon gas can. Then in summer I sand drag race in sand drag cars. It is my tow and everything vehicle. Small generator, fuel cans, weights, battery charger. I don't believe the aluminum bed will hold up. Any information to prove me wrong and I would go that way to save on weight

I had Jim cut me a thicker base and stand in the back of mine. I am more than 200lbs.
 
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