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#76 (permalink) Old 10-04-2010, 08:08 AM
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Use the DCLB frame then. That's the extra long wheelbase type.
But it won't fit a 6.5 bed on a CM. The numbers don't add up.


Toyota is cutting back on models right now so adding another is not likely
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But it won't fit a 6.5 bed on a CM. The numbers don't add up.


Toyota is cutting back on models right now so adding another is not likely
Yeah yeah, 'start off' with that. It's not going to be a drag-and-drop replacement.

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If the crew max had a 6.5ft bed I would of bought it instead... I wish they came out with that option.


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The owner of the dealership in town where i bought my tundra from had his tundra motified to a 6.5 ft bed to his crewmax. I was talking to a friend at the dealership and he explained that owners tundra got rear ended. He put ton's of money into his truck with a supercharger, lifted and other mods. So he didn't want to total it out, had it shipped down to Utah and had a 6.5 ft bed installed. As i drove past the dealership and saw it I bought lost my mind. Looked awesome. Plus he had a toy hauler hitched on the back for his toys. I was in shock of how the truck looked. Didn't dawn on me to take pics. Next time i see it, i will take and post pics


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Sorry it looks good but i'll pass i have two long bed trucks I and they a pain to park it tight spots. No need for the long bed anyways


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Man I wish Toyota would release a CM w/ 6.5' bed, the 8' is waaaaaayyyyyy too crazy though. Here's an even crazier thought, has anyone ever put the CM bed on a DC cab?
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Yeah, somebody here did that.

Several say they want the 6.5 bed on the CM but nobody here has ponied up and done it yet as far as I know.
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Crew max 8ft bed...

I would buy one only if Toyota built it...



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I'm having this dilemma right now. I want the CM for the back seat space. But I want the DC for the 6.5 foot bed. I'd probably be okay with the 5.5 foot bed, but when I want to move a couch or something longer, I will be missing that extra foot.
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I'm having this dilemma right now. I want the CM for the back seat space. But I want the DC for the 6.5 foot bed. I'd probably be okay with the 5.5 foot bed, but when I want to move a couch or something longer, I will be missing that extra foot.
You wont miss that extra foot. The tailgate adds it back haha. I've heard of DC buyers remorse wishing they'd went crewmax.... But I don't think I've heard it the other way around.

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^^I could get the bed extender but I don't want to carry that around all the time. Honestly, I also want the AC vents in the back which is only on the CM I think. Question, does anyone know if the 2013 CM seats will bolt into the 2014? That would be AWESOME. I wanted the sliding seats, but it's not a deal breaker for me.
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I'm having this dilemma right now. I want the CM for the back seat space. But I want the DC for the 6.5 foot bed. I'd probably be okay with the 5.5 foot bed, but when I want to move a couch or something longer, I will be missing that extra foot.
Yeah, one of the reasons I like the CM is because I DON'T want to move couches anymore. Of course, I could lower the tailgate and it would fit. But I lie and say, "sorry, little bed."
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^^I could get the bed extender but I don't want to carry that around all the time. Honestly, I also want the AC vents in the back which is only on the CM I think. Question, does anyone know if the 2013 CM seats will bolt into the 2014? That would be AWESOME. I wanted the sliding seats, but it's not a deal breaker for me.
I believe they raised the floor under the seats in the the 2014 and it looks like the bolt pattern is different.

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