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CM short bed and DC standard bed is of same length. DC long bed is longer.
 

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I thought it was DC long bed (8') = crew max.
 

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DC long bed is the longest Tundra you could buy, it's longer than CM.
 

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Thanks, I thought Toyota wasn't making a standard bed CM for lack of a frame but damn, they do have the frame. That's what Ram did with the mega cab anyway.
 

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I thought the CM was a few inches shorter than a DC regular bed? I'm just happy my garage isn't three inches shorter. I can't even park the thing in my garage with the receiver hitch in.
 

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I could back in with the receiver on and just make a hole in the sheetrock.
 
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CM short bed and DC standard bed is of same length. DC long bed is longer.
^this
Thanks, I thought Toyota wasn't making a standard bed CM for lack of a frame but damn, they do have the frame. That's what Ram did with the mega cab anyway.
Nope, they don't have the frame for a CMLB.
They have 3 frames.
Short frame for the RCSB
med frame for the DC, CM and RCLB
and a long frame for the DCLB.
a CM cab on a DCLB frame would leave 7' left over for a bed.
Unless they start making a new frame or a 7' bed, no CMLB in the cards.
 

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Nope, they don't have the frame for a CMLB.
They have 3 frames.
Short frame for the RCSB
med frame for the DC, CM and RCLB
and a long frame for the DCLB.
a CM cab on a DCLB frame would leave 7' left over for a bed.
Unless they start making a new frame or a 7' bed, no CMLB in the cards.
Id be happy with a crewmax 6.5 bed. The only reason i didnt get a crewmax was the 5.5' bed

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