At this time, my back was in bad shape. Bryan did most of the work and I mainly held the camera while taking the bed off. Thankfully, I had my tractor to help lift the bed off of the frame. If it wasn't for the tractor, I'm not sure we could have gotten it off.
Taking the bed off did show us a lot in terms of how this truck was cared for, or the lack thereof. Just a little more work for us to do in the future when we get to painting the frame and the rest of the truck.
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