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I have a 2000 3500 dually and am thinking of getting a flatbed to replace my factory bed which is banged up from working cattle, hauling hay, etc.
I resently found a good one off a 1997. Will it bold up to my 2000 without
modification, welding etc? Thanks
 

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Welcome to DT!

This is just the welcome so I move the thread to the diesel section for you.

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Thanks, I'm first timer here and hav'nt figured out just how to navigate the site. HAVE'NT found the diesel area yet
 

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On a second though, I put it in the 2Gen Ram General Section instead of the diesel section.

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A 97 to 2000 should bolt right up unless it was designed for a longbed (Or vise versa if you have a longbed)
I take it the 97 was a dually also?
 

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Hi dizzy D, THanks for getting back to me. I thought it would bolt right up, but wanted another opinion, before I buy it. Yes, the 97 is a long bed dually same as mine.
Again, thank you and I wish you a very merry Christmas and may God bless you and your family. Cisco 41
 

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box and flat bed for trucks usally just use a long ubolt to secure to frame and wood to fill gap
 
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