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post #1 of 3 Old 05-23-2013, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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Thinking of selling the Waggy and getting a J10. Question

So right now i have a 82 GW and it is pretty sweet, but it is powerless that is for sure. Anyways i have wanted a j series truck for quite a while and there is one for sale that has had some stuff done to it its a little beat up but it is pretty fast and very loud. I need some held deciding here.. Also for the big question what is the bed with of a 75 J10?????? Does anyone know or could measure for me im curious... It basically needs to just hold a 4 wheeler but it looks like it would be pushing it. Thanks guys.


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post #2 of 3 Old 05-24-2013, 01:34 PM
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I went out and measured my '77 J-10. 57" between the bed rails, 50" between the fender wells. Should be fine for a quad.

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I went out and measured my '77 J-10. 57" between the bed rails, 50" between the fender wells. Should be fine for a quad.
Thanks I appreciate it. I'm kind of thinking of keeping the wagoneer on a count of me being 6foot 5 and a single cab truck is a little crampt for leg room. But thanks for the info.

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