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weeteelabah
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Hello from Ewingsdale

Post by weeteelabah »

Hi guys and gals,

My first post and a question , my 2005 Rodeo crew cab has been taken by my son so I upgraded to a 2015 D Max crew cab great condition mechanically 67000 kms but has a damaged tub, panel beater was really honest and told me I was best to find a used tub .
Well I have found a new 2020 tub have not seen it physically and am not completely sure it will fit ,not a vehicle guru but if anyone knows if the body shape has changed between 2015 and 2020 I would be grateful to know if it will fit as is a great buy if I can match it to my ute.

Thank you in advance
Bruce
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Post by Danno »

Welcome to the forum Bruce. Do you mean a 2020 as in the new shape? If so then no way will it fit without mods as the chassis is different as is the body so the contours will not be right etc.nor the length and so on, forget that. If it's a 2020 in the last of the old shape I would bet you would be ok, only some minor changes like a different tailgate and lights, all the mounting points will be the same but no one will really be able to tell you so it will be a risk without putting them side by side and looking.
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weeteelabah
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Thank you , will have to be careful and try and find the correct one.
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Lots of people want a tray, so lots of tray manufacturers have brand new tubs sitting out the back that they'll sell cheap,if they haven't already sold them as scrap.
If it ain't broke, fix it til it is.
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