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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-21-2016, 08:54 AM Thread Starter
 
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Revolt fit in a super duty 8ft bed?

Sorry for the back to posts topic guys, but I'm going to pick this revolt up tomorrow. If i can avoid bringing my equipment trailer that would be great. Its a stock 07 revolt. Couldn't find any pics/threads with someone saying a definite yes or no. Anyone squeeze one in a pickup bed? Maybe strap the front wheels together to keep it as narrow as possible with the suspension at full droop?
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Re: Revolt fit in a super duty 8ft bed?

They are 65" wide outside the stock wheels and tires. It wouldn't be easy. Either the bed or the Revolt will take a beating. My Dodge is less than 61" tailgate width.

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Re: Revolt fit in a super duty 8ft bed?

The short and sweet is "no". My Polaris RZR 800s with stock wheels/tires will just squeeze in the back of my 2008 super duty and the S is 60.5" wide....

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Re: Revolt fit in a super duty 8ft bed?

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Sorry for the back to posts topic guys, but I'm going to pick this revolt up tomorrow. If i can avoid bringing my equipment trailer that would be great. Its a stock 07 revolt. Couldn't find any pics/threads with someone saying a definite yes or no. Anyone squeeze one in a pickup bed? Maybe strap the front wheels together to keep it as narrow as possible with the suspension at full droop?
I saw Jeff at the Glen Helen Raceway. He hauled his race Revolt in his truck. He squeezed it in by doing what you mentioned...He pulled the front together in full droop narrowing up the front foot print with the rear sitting on the tailgate. It was a tight fit but he made it work. I would still recommend a trailer though.

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Re: Revolt fit in a super duty 8ft bed?

It fit! Pulled the front bumper off to avoid destroying the back window. The front had some wheel spacers on it that I had to pull off as well. I took both rear wheels off once it was on the tailgate and I was able to pick it up/push it in and close the tailgate. Proud new owner of a 07 revolt. Needs some TLC but I am so stoked!
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Re: Revolt fit in a super duty 8ft bed?

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