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This question is a matter of being worth my time or not. I own a 91' F-150 that i'm collecting parts for a 3 link 1 ton strait axle build. I recently found a 92' 2wd F-250 for fairly cheap i was thinking about buying. My thoughts were to swap my 91' cab over to the F-250 chassis (i just redid the Interior) and just build off the F-250 frame. But is the extra strength of a 3/4 ton frame really worth all that work? If i keep the F-150 frame instead, i'll be boxing out sections to add some rigidity. Your thoughts on if it's worth it or not....:popc1:
I have a 1995 f250 extended cab 4x4 long bed, 1991 f150 regular cab 4x4 long bed, 1993 f150 extended cab 4x4 long bed.and both the the F-150 frames are about 0.19 inch thick. The f250 frame are about are are about .27 inches thick. So that makes it about .8 to .9 inches different than One another. Where I measured was directly below the gap between the back of cab in the front of the bed.
 
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