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Old 02-20-2009, 08:04 AM   #1
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I am thinking about buying a international 4700 to pull my 5er with it doesnt come with a bed. Can you guys tell me were is the cheapest place to buy a western hauler style bed around 500 miles of Oklahoma.


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HERE is a manufacturer in Humboldt, Kansas. Probably not the cheapest, but among the best. B&W offers three series of beds, the Elite, Deluxe and Essential. Worth a look.


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I went with aluminum, lot lighter than steel giving you more king pin weight.....Book2
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