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post #81 of 90 Old 02-16-2014, 03:27 AM
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I posted a pic of my pioneer in My truck. But I can't seem to remember what thread it's in. So here it is.
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It is a 2012 and has an 8 foot bed.
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It fits in long bed Toyota Tundra with almost a half inch to spare. Rear wheels in the bed but couldn't close the tailgate.
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The tires of the Pioneer are almost exactly 60" outside to outside. My trailer is 59.75" wide. So i think I'm going to get a new trailer. My current trailer has seen its better days.

I don't have my P4 yet. I'm not sure if you could squeeze it in or I wonder if reversing the rims changes the outside to outside dimensions. You may want to see if a dealer would let you test load a Pioneer into your pickup.
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700-4 in a silverado bed

6'6" bed. Fits well with a little wiggle room. You will have to ease it over the wheel wells, but it worked fine. I bought tailgate saver irons in case the tailgate cables fail. Let me know if you have any questions.

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Looks like you have it figured out, Welcome to the forum..
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6'6" bed. Fits well with a little wiggle room. You will have to ease it over the wheel wells, but it worked fine. I bought tailgate saver irons in case the tailgate cables fail. Let me know if you have any questions.

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Nice setup!

Is that a 3500 or 2500? Doesn't seem to be squatting to bad. Hope one day to get a 3500, double cab, standard bed Chevy. I don't think they have that package yet.
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Nice setup!

Is that a 3500 or 2500? Doesn't seem to be squatting to bad. Hope one day to get a 3500, double cab, standard bed Chevy. I don't think they have that package yet.
Thanks! Took a bit to figure out. The truck is a 3500. I didn't want to have to worry about max payload so I just went with the heavier duty.
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Red not sure if you got your answer but when i bought mine the guy delivered it in a f250 long bed it went over the humps and the back tires where at the edge of the bed not on the tailgate because his tailgate wasnt on the truck. hope this helps

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I saw one in the back of an older chevy. It was tight but it went in.
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