What is a standard truck bed width?

My friend is helping me pick up some mulch this weekend from a gardening supply store. He’s bringing his pickup truck, and I need to figure out how many yards we can carry. What is a standard truck bed width?

Rachel Rigolino · Answered on May 09, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
A standard truck bed is around six and a half feet long, and as you can see from the chart below, the width of the bed can vary but will likely fall between 63.3 to 66.4 inches.
Year/Make/ModelBed width
2022 Chevy Silverado63.3 inches
2022 Nissan Titan63.8 inches
2022 F-15065.2 inches
2022 Dodge Ram 150066.4 inches
Keep in mind that when determining the width of a truck bed, the measurements are of the widest part, inside the bed.
Enjoy your weekend gardening project!
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