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How to Make Stake Bed Trailer Sides | eHow.com

February 14, 2012
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How to Make Stake Bed Trailer Sides. Stake bed sides keep cargo on a trailer. To install stake sides, the trailer or truck bed must have stake bed metal insert holes. These are usually 1-3/4" deep by 3-1/2" wide. The insert holes act as a receiver for the stake sides. Pickup trucks have manufacturer-ready insert holes on the front and two sides....
How to Make Stake Bed Trailer Sides | eHow.com

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