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2000-2004 Access Cab Cap Sizing

I just bought a 2004 Access cab and have been searching for a used cap. I've found a couple hi-rise caps for 2000 access cabs and have gotten mixed answers on whether or not the cap would be compatible. Any insight on changes in dimensions etc between 2000 and 2004 would be awesome. Thanks!
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I just bought a 2004 Access cab and have been searching for a used cap. I've found a couple hi-rise caps for 2000 access cabs and have gotten mixed answers on whether or not the cap would be compatible. Any insight on changes in dimensions etc between 2000 and 2004 would be awesome. Thanks!
No change for access cab 2000 through 2006

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Do 1st gen. Access cab, and double cab have the same bed dimensions?
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Do 1st gen. Access cab, and double cab have the same bed dimensions?
No, the double cab is a different length


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2000-2004 Access Cab Cap Sizing

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I just bought a 2004 Access cab and have been searching for a used cap. I've found a couple hi-rise caps for 2000 access cabs and have gotten mixed answers on whether or not the cap would be compatible. Any insight on changes in dimensions etc between 2000 and 2004 would be awesome. Thanks!
I seem to recall that we have already lost one Tundra to being capsized. I hope we're not going to lose another.

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Is there a link to the story behind the capsized photo? Would like to know that one.
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Is there a link to the story behind the capsized photo? Would like to know that one.
Another member got wine drunk and rolled that truck in his front yard. He didn't think the rack with 800 lbs of stuff mounted 4' above the bed would affect the center of gravity.

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Another member got wine drunk and rolled that truck in his front yard. He didn't think the rack with 800 lbs of stuff mounted 4' above the bed would affect the center of gravity.

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No, the double cab is a different length
Do you know the difference? From what I've found it's less than an inch.
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