The 2004 Ford F-150 has two bed styles and three bed lengths to choose from. Depending on the trim and cab configuration, your F-150’s bed could be 5.5, 6.5, or 8 feet long, and offer a cargo volume of up to 81.3 cubic feet.
Representing the first year for the sixth-generation Ford F-150, the 2004 model was innovative for its time. Most of the sixth-generation redesign focused on the beloved pickup’s interior, while the frame and powertrain continued to deliver best-in-class towing capability—up to 9,500 pounds, to be exact, plus a max payload capacity of up to 2,900 pounds.
2004 Ford F-150 truck bed dimensions
The 2004 Ford F-150 is available with four different bed configurations. Let’s take a look at the dimensions for each:
Payload capacity for the 2004 Ford F-150 ranges from 1,298 pounds to 2,749 pounds and depends on the truck’s engine size and bed size:
An additional payload package can be added to the 5.4-liter 8-foot bed F-150 to increase the payload to 2,900 pounds.
2004 Ford F-150 cargo bed specs
Whether you choose the styleside or flareside configuration, accommodations in the 2004 F-150’s truck bed are pretty spartan. Inner steel panels and composite exterior panels make up the whole in both styles and terminate with a tailgate featuring Ford’s unique Tailgate Assist feature to reduce the effort needed for opening and closing.
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