The Ford F-150 is one of the most popular trucks on the market because it has a great combination of features, performance, and the ability to customize the vehicle to your needs. In fact, that customization means that different configurations of the F-150 can be very different in size and weight. In this post, we will break down how the different choices you can make when building a new F-150 will translate to the dimensions of the final product.

There are three different bed lengths and three different cab styles to choose from, and the combination of cab and bed all affect the size of the truck. The three bed lengths are 5.5 feet, 6.5 feet, and 8 feet, and their only impact is to determine the size of the bed. The cab styles are regular, SuperCab, and SuperCrew. Each one adds more interior space, with the Super variants having second-row seating. You cannot choose from any combination of bed and cab, because not all are compatible. Also, the F-150 has a total of seven trims, and most of them are only compatible with a subset of the cabs and bed lengths, so take that into account when building an F-150.

The regular cab is compatible with the 6.5-foot and 8-foot beds. With the 6.5-foot bed, the truck is 17 feet and 5.3 inches long, and the 8-foot variant reaches just a shade under 19 feet long. The SuperCab also works with the 6.5-foot and 8-foot variations. With the 6.5-foot bed, it reaches 19 feet and 4 inches, and with the 8-foot cab, it is 20 feet and 10.5 inches. Lastly, the SuperCrew works with the 5.5-foot bed and the 6.5-foot bed. The 5.5-foot bed gives it a 19-foot, 4-inch length, and the 6.5-foot bed gives it 20 feet and 4 inches of length. All models are 8 feet and 0.8 inches wide.

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