Go Longer: Truck Bed Extender Buyer's Guide (2023)

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Here are some easy ways to increase your truck’s cargo-carrying capacity.

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Before we get started, let's do some basic math: The length of a common ladder is 9 to 13 feet. A kayak? Generally, that's around 8 feet. A standard pickup bed length? That's 6-and-a-half feet. (Yes, bed specs change when you're talking fullsize or midsize trucks with a shortbed or longbed configuration, but we're talking averages here.) You can see the problem, which is that cargo length is sometimes greater than available truck bed length. However, there is a solution: a truck bed extender.

A bed extender can assist with longer cargo if your truck didn't come with one from the factory. It's such a useful feature that even the all-electric 2023 Ram 1500 Revolution concept was presented with an added bed extender. What you'll find here are several aftermarket options that meet virtually any budget. One thing to note, the prices of these truck bed extenders were approximate when this article was published and can change, so keep that in mind when shopping.

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What Does a Truck Bed Extender Do?

The name says it all: It extends the truck bed. You can gain up to 4 feet of length for hauling everything from recreational toys—such as ATVs, motorcycles, or even a small boat—to work truck items, including plywood and pipe. Before you buy, you'll want to first check for any compatibility issues if you have a tonneau cover and whether you'll need to also buy a hitch pin for your style of bed extender. The other important question to consider: gate (like what's seen here) or hitch?

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Types of Truck Bed Extenders: Gate and Hitch

The two prevailing truck bed extender styles are gate and hitch. Gate types are flip-down, clamshell-like, and U-shaped and utilize the tailgate to give you around 2 extra feet, while also providing an enclosed storage space inside the bed when the tailgate is closed. It's not the same as a bed net since that usually stops ahead of the tailgate at the foot of the bed. The hitch-based bed extenders are T- or U-shaped and are typically inserted into a standard 2-inch hitch receiver. Max load weight varies, but 350 pounds is usually the limit. Some offer height adjustability so that you can gain length behind or above your pickup (aka bed or roof).

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AMP Research BedXtender HD Max: $309

The AMP Research BedXtender HD Max increases the bed 2 feet by incorporating the tailgate. You can also flip it to the inside of the truck bed and create a contained cargo area for things you don't want sliding around the bed, such as tools. It's made from aluminum-alloy tubing and you get to choose a black or silver powdercoat finish. More info: amp-research.com

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Lund Hitch Rack Bed Extender: $179.99

The magic numbers: 7 more inches of ground clearance and side wings that can be adjusted from 27 to 49 inches. That's what happens with the Lund Hitch Rack Bed Extender, which fits into a 2-inch hitch receiver. If you need a sawhorse, you've got that via the side wings, which fold down. The bed extender has an impressive 750-pound distributed load capacity. More info: truck-hero.com

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Toyota Genuine Parts Bed Extender: $269

This bed extender from Toyota is for the 2005-2011 Tacoma and extends the truck's cargo capability by about 2 feet and can be used inside the bed to enclose cargo, too. It's powdercoated and made from aluminum tube construction. Toyota offers bed extenders for other pickup truck models as well. More info: parts.toyota.com

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Haul-Master Truck Bed Extender: $64.99

The Haul-Master Truck Bed Extender nets you 3 additional feet of cargo area, which is particularly useful for ladders and other oversized equipment. The steel extender requires only a 2-inch hitch receiver in exchange for an additional 350-pound load capacity. It includes five height options and welded tie-down loops. More info: harborfreight.com

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Loadd Sheett Canvas Bed Extender: $169.99

The Sheett Bed Extender from Loadd is canvas and adds up to 8 feet to the truck bed. Being made of canvas doesn't stop it from doing what other bed extenders can. The material is
water-, UV ray-, and abrasion-resistant, plus it has a special layer to prevent punctures. It also folds up for interior storage. You'll need two secure attachment points to properly use it, however. More info: loadd.co

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MaxxHaul Bed Extender: $74.68

When you add the MaxxHaul Bed Extender, you end up with a truck bed that instantly gains 4 feet. It fits into a 2-inch hitch receiver and has adjustable height and width. It's constructed from steel, and you can fold down the side arms for an impromptu workspace. There's a 350-pound load capacity and welded-in tie-down loops. More info: homedepot.com

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Erickson Big Bed Senior Tailgate Extender: $275.99

Erickson's Big Bed Load Extender adds 4 feet and fits into a 2-inch hitch receiver. You can adjust the height and it comes with three tie-down points. It's made from black-powdercoated steel and has a folding design. More info: reese-hitches.com

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Yakima LongArm Bed Extender: $259

Your truck bed will get an extra 4 feet if you go with the Yakima LongArm Bed Extender, which has a 60-inch-wide crossbar and three available positions; with the tailgate open, it has a 300-pound load capacity. The aluminum construction has a black powdercoat and there are integrated tie-down mounts. It goes into a 2-inch hitch receiver. More info: yakima.com

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Curt Universal Bed Extender with Fold-Down Tailgate: $446.95

The Curt Manufacturing Universal Truck Bed Extender with Fold-Down Tailgate has the word "universal" in the title because it fits most fullsize truck beds, no matter if long or short, and adds about 2 feet. It has a folding-tailgate design and tubular-steel construction. The pin-latch has been designed for quick installation and removal. More info: curtmfg.com

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Rough Country Bed Extender: $179.95

For an approximate 2 extra feet of cargo capability, you can get the aluminum Rough Country Bed Extender. It's another extender that folds in for enclosed cargo in your truck bed. It's been powdercoated in black and is corrosion-resistant. Quick-release pins are included for easier assembly and disassembly. More info: roughcountry.com

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Dee Zee Truck Bed Extender: $548.99

This non-rusting aluminum Truck Bed Extender made by Dee Zee has a 600-pound weight capacity. It also has steel side panels for added strength and it has been given a black powdercoat. Installation involves using the factory tailgate cables. When you don't need it, it's foldable for easier storage. More info: 4wheelparts.com

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Mopar Bed Extender: $288.75

The Mopar Bed Extender for Ram pickups is another example of a dual-purpose tool. If you flip it inward, you gain a contained storage area for parts or tools so that they don't slide around in the bed. The extender also has molded-in hooks. More info: store.mopar.com

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Darby Extend-A-Truck: $159

Got a 2-inch hitch receiver? Then you're good to go with the Darby Extend-A-Truck, which extends cargo capabilities via the roof or bed. The vertical adjustment is 53 3/8 to 60 3/8 inches and the extender provides an additional location for a tie-down. More info: darbyindustries.com

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Husky Cargo Helper: $145

The bar-based Husky Cargo Helper adds up to 4 feet to your pickup via the 2-inch hitch receiver. The steel unit is rated for 350 pounds and can be used level with the tailgate or adjusted to align with the vehicle's roof. It includes tie-down points and has a black-powdercoat finish. More info: trailfx.com

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Ford Bed Extender: $795

Ford offers different bed extenders for the F-150, Super Duty, and Ranger, with some costing much less than this particular model. This one's flip-out/flip-in gate fits the 2021-2023 F-150 pickup, and it adds almost 2 feet. It's made from black fiberglass reinforced polypropylene. More info: accessories.ford.com

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Truck Bed Extender Buyer’s Guide

  • AMP Research BedXtender HD Max
  • Lund Hitch Rack Bed Extender
  • Toyota Genuine Parts Bed Extender
  • Haul-Master Truck Bed Extender
  • Loadd Sheett Canvas Bed Extender
  • MaxxHaul Bed Extender
  • Erickson Big Bed Senior Tailgate Extender
  • Yakima LongArm Bed Extender
  • Curt Universal Bed Extender with Fold-Down Tailgate
  • Rough Country Bed Extender
  • Dee Zee Truck Bed Extender
  • Mopar Bed Extender for Ram
  • Darby Extend-A-Truck
  • Husky Cargo Helper
  • Ford Bed Extender


How much length does a bed extender add? ›

As the name implies, a bed extender adds a valuable two or three feet to your truck's existing length by shifting the tailgate down.

Do truck bed extenders work? ›

Truck bed extenders are an excellent solution for an age-old problem – not enough space. You need something temporary to help secure your load of drywall or lumber, or maybe that kayak you just bought. But it's 10-feet long, and your bed is only perhaps 6-feet. It's a puzzle, but a solvable one for sure.

What can you use a truck bed extender for? ›

A bed extender secures long cargo that would not fit in a standard pickup truck bed. There are three basic types of truck bed extenders. Two of the most common extenders work with the tailgate down. The third type, a rack that attaches to all four corners of the bed, is most common in work trucks.

How long is a truck bed extender? ›

Length: 55.5" - 62.5" Width: 28" - 48" Weight: 30 lbs. Load Capacity: 375 lbs.

How much weight can a tailgate extender hold? ›

Extender is rated for 350 lbs. of distributed weight; this allows you to haul longer loads safely, no trailer is required.

How do I know if my truck bed is overloaded? ›

Signs a Truck Is Overloaded

The cargo is wider than the trailer or taller than the truck – If you can see pieces of cargo bulging off the sides or back of the trailer or on top of the truck, it's likely carrying more cargo than it's designed to hold.

What happens if you overload a pickup truck bed? ›

If you go over the payload capacity, you run the risk of breaking your truck's suspension and even voiding your warranty. Thankfully, there is a way to calculate exactly how much weight your truck can handle, known as the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

Is it OK to leave truck bed loaded? ›

The correct answer will depend on the size of the truck. As long as you have not exceeded the load capacity of the chassis you should be fine. However the longer the springs are the compressed to their maximum deflection the less likely they are to return to their unloaded shape.

Can I put a mattress in a truck bed? ›

Any standard sized mattress won't fit your truck bed perfectly and you'll still be left with gaps around the sides. Simply cut a foam mattress to size, whether it's for your DIY platform or a mattress that goes around the wheel wells, this is a great option.

Does adding weight to truck bed help? ›

Even if you have an AWD or automatic 4WD vehicle you won't have safe traction if you've got worn tires. But if you have good tires and are driving a RWD car or SUV, a pickup truck or a manual 4WD vehicle, adding sandbags to the back can give you some additional traction in winter conditions.

What can I add to my truck for more power? ›

Supercharger or turbocharger

A turbocharger works with the exhaust system and can potentially give you gains of 70-150 horsepower. A supercharger is connected directly to the engine intake and could provide an extra 50-100 horsepower.

What length truck bed is best? ›

The standard beds are typically those with a length between 6 and 6.5 feet (72 – 78 inches). In some cases, however, it might refer to beds even a few inches longer. With this size, you get the best of both worlds, and it is ideal for most people.

Do long bed trucks pull better? ›

Because of the longer wheelbase, long bed trucks handle better on the road. Uneven pavement doesn't affect the drive as much as it does on a short bed truck. Plus, a longer truck has better control over a longer travel trailer. Because of the increased stability, this usually means a higher towing and payload capacity.

Is it hard to drive a long bed truck? ›

Less Easy to Maneuver as Daily Driver

They require more space and intentionality when maneuvering. If your truck will tow your RV and serve as a daily driver, a long bed is more difficult to maneuver, especially in tight spaces. You could have difficulty parking as well.

When hauling wood should tailgate be up or down? ›

Getting Right Down To Hauling

it isn't necessary to put the tailgate down. Simply put one end of the boards against the front of the bed. Let the rear end lay against the top of the tailgate. Ratchet strap your lumber together at both ends so you have one strong bundle.

How much weight is a tailgate rated for? ›

They Don't Have a Manufacturer's Weight Rating

Although truck manufacturers might conservatively rate the tailgate itself for a weight such as 500 pounds perfectly centered, for liability reasons it is rare that they rate the tailgate cables specifically.

How much weight can the back of my truck hold? ›

Subtract the curb weight from the GVWR to find the payload capacity. For example, if you have a light-duty truck with a GVWR of 9,000 pounds and a curb weight of 6,000 pounds, the payload capacity will be 3,000 pounds: GVWR – curb weight = payload capacity. 9,000 pounds – 6,000 pounds = 3,000 pounds.

Are bed extenders worth it? ›

Whether you need a truck bed extender for everyday use or occasional extra loading space, the added security when using a truck bed extender reduces the risk of damage during transportation regardless of what you are hauling, making it a worthwhile investment for any truck driver.

How much does it cost to add a bed to a truck? ›

Removing and replacing a truck bed on your own can be a tricky and dangerous job, so including parts and labor, the entire job can cost anywhere from $1000-$10,000 total. While you're shopping for a truck bed replacement, you may as well shop for a better car insurance policy that saves you money.

How much weight is too much in a truck bed? ›

A general rule of thumb is 240-300 pounds for a ½-ton pickup and 300-400 pounds for a ¾ to a 1-ton pickup. A common concern with adding weight to your truck bed is that it may increase your brake distance, but this isn't true. The added mass isn't enough to make a noticeable difference in your braking.

How do you know if your load is overweight? ›

By federal regulations, a load is overweight when it is: Over 80,000 pounds gross vehicle weight. Over 20,000 pounds single axle weight.

What happens if your load is too heavy? ›

Carrying a heavier load can lead to additional friction between the tyres of your vehicle, and the road, making it feel slightly harder to stop and start. It may take you a little longer to get going once moving from a standstill position, and the load could also affect the ability to maintain your speed.

How much weight can you put in the bed of a 1500 pickup truck? ›

New 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Towing Capacity

The Silverado 1500 Double Cab Standard Bed 2WD or Crew Cab Short Bed 2WD paired with the 3.0L Turbo-Diesel I-6 deliver up to 9,500 lbs—this, sans the Max Trailering Package, of course.

How high can I load my pickup truck? ›

Per CVC Section 35406 (a), the load upon any vehicle, or on the front vehicle of a combination of vehicles, shall not extend more than three feet beyond the foremost part of the front tires of the vehicle or the front bumper of the vehicle, if it is equipped with a front bumper.

What happens if a truck pulls too much weight? ›

Exceeding what your vehicle is designed to tow can strain your engine and transmission, accelerate brake wear, damage your tires and even warp your chassis. This could in turn trigger catastrophic failure while driving and could lead to property damage or serious injury.

Can you sleep in your truck overnight? ›

It is generally safe to sleep in your car overnight, providing the engine is turned off and you're parked in a secure location. Cars are not airtight, meaning oxygen can enter the vehicle during the night to allow comfortable breathing, even when the windows and doors are closed.

Do truckers leave their trucks on when they sleep? ›

Many truckers leave their truck running all night while sleeping. They often do this to help regulate the inside temperature of the cab so that they can stay comfortable. However, they not only worry about keeping themselves warm but also their truck. Idling the truck engine helps keep it warm in freezing temperatures.

Is it bad to leave trailer hooked to truck overnight? ›

Can I Leave My Fifth Wheel Hooked Up to My Truck Overnight? As long as you have stayed within the tow limits of your vehicle, leaving your fifth wheel hooked up to your truck overnight shouldn't be an issue. Many RVers who travel full-time in their RVs will often stay hooked up during overnight stays.

How do you sleep comfortably in a truck bed? ›

How to Sleep in A Truck
  1. Choose a good place to park. Your sleeping environment is important and that includes parking your truck in a safe, quiet place. ...
  2. Upgrade your sleeper truck mattress. ...
  3. Go big on bedding. ...
  4. Install shades. ...
  5. Block out any noise. ...
  6. Silence your phone. ...
  7. Stay off technology before bed. ...
  8. Have a bedtime routine.

Will a queen size bed fit in a truck bed? ›

A pickup truck or cargo van will give you the perfect amount of space to move a queen size mattress when you angle the mattress. All trucks and vans are available through U-Haul Truck Share, so you can pick up and drop off on your time, even if the location is closed.

What is a truck with a bed called? ›

Fleetside:This is the most common type of truck bed out there and the name chosen by Chevy, GMC, Dodge, and just about everyone else. The sides of the bed are flat, and the wheel arches that accommodate the tires are inside the bed.

What is the cheapest way to add weight to a truck bed? ›

If you don't want to spring for expensive truck bed weights, bags of sand or dirt are going to be your cheapest option. Of course, if you already have something like an excess of bricks or cinder blocks laying around from an old construction job, those will work too and you don't need to pay for them.

What is the best weight for truck beds? ›

How Much Weight?
Type of VehicleSuggested Added Weight
½-ton pickup240-300 lbs.
¾- to 1-ton pickup300-400 lbs.
Sedan/SUV/CUV100 lbs.

Should I put weight in the back of my truck for winter? ›

But 500–600 pounds of sand or gravel in bags and place the bags over the axle, not just in the back of the truck. If you have a 250 or a 350 you might want to add 250 lbs. these are minimum weights. If you'in a hard winter area you may need to increase a little.

What mods increase mpg on trucks? ›

What Modifications Can You Make to Improve MPG?
  • Fuel Economy Monitor. If you don't know what your fuel consumption and MPG is, how on earth can you make any changes? ...
  • Eco-Friendly Tyres. ...
  • Synthetic Oils. ...
  • Aerodynamic Body Mods. ...
  • Weight Saving Parts. ...
  • Go Automatic. ...
  • ECU Tune/Remap.
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How can I add 100 hp to my truck? ›

Here are the most effective ways we've found to boost your truck's power.
  1. Clean House to Increase Horsepower. ...
  2. Perform a Tune-Up on the Engine. ...
  3. Install a Turbo Kit or Supercharger. ...
  4. Install a Cold-Air Intake. ...
  5. Install an Aftermarket Exhaust System. ...
  6. Buy an Engine Tuner.
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How much horsepower does cold air intake add? ›

Cold Air Intakes are said to improve your vehicle's performance by 5-20 horsepower. This number will vary depending on the make and model of your vehicle. While this isn't enough power to put you back in your seat, it will give your car or truck a little pep in its step.

Can I put a longer truck bed on my truck? ›

The simplest way to get a larger truck bed is to invest in a larger bed frame. This will replace your vehicle's bed and switch it with a bigger one. Making this switch isn't something you can do on your own, and you'll most likely need a mechanic to do the installation for you.

What is the most common truck bed length? ›

Typically, a long bed is 8 feet long, a standard bed is 6 feet 5 inches long, and a short bed is roughly 5 feet 8 inches long. It's important to note that these are average measurements , so the exact lengths may differ by a few inches depending on the manufacturer.

What truck has the longest truck bed? ›

2019 Silverado 1500 Durabed Is Largest Pickup Bed.

Why buy a long bed truck? ›

These pickups usually come with a more powerful engine generating more horsepower for anything you throw at it. A longer bed on the truck will make the wheelbase longer as well. This means that your vehicle will be more stable and better grip the road, which makes hauling heavier objects easier.

What pick up trucks break down the most? ›

15 Most Unreliable Pickup Trucks
  1. 1 2021 Ford F-150 Hybrid: 4/100 Customer Reliability Rating.
  2. 2 2019 Ford F-350: 4/100 Customer Reliability Rating. ...
  3. 3 2022 Chevrolet Colorado: 5/100 Customer Reliability Rating. ...
  4. 4 2015 Dodge Ram 2500: 11/100 Customer Reliability Rating. ...
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Do heavier trucks stop faster? ›

One of the many reasons semi-trucks take so long to stop is because of their weight. The stopping distance of trucks increases with heavy loads, which cause them to accelerate more quickly when going downhill and take longer to come to a complete stop.

What is the longest truck you can drive without CDL? ›

Non-CDL medium-duty – You do not need a CDL to rent any Penske medium-duty 22- or 26-foot box truck, 18- or 26-foot refrigerated truck, or 24- or 26-foot flatbed truck with a GVWR of 26,000 lb. or less.

What is the hardest thing being a truck driver? ›

In fact, some drivers will rack up around 3000 miles each week on the job, which sometimes requires early mornings and late nights to meet deadlines. While many would assume having to maneuver a big truck would be the most difficult part of the job, the long hours are often what truck drivers say is the hardest part.

What is the longest a truck driver can drive in a day? ›

How many hours a day can a trucker drive? Based on strict Hours of Service (HOS) regulations set by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), a truck driver can be behind the wheel for a maximum of 11 hours in a 24-hour period.

How do you add length to a bed? ›

Mattress Extender /Bed Extender For a Tall Person: Make your bed longer with Extend-a-Bed!
  1. open the platform on a flat surface.
  2. attach the legs with the bolts provided.
  3. slip the "tongue" of the extender between mattress and box spring.
  4. adjust the height of the legs so the extender is parallel to the floor.

How long is a hospital bed extender? ›

Product Description

The 5143IVC bed extender attaches at the center and includes a frame extension, sleep surface extension and an extended drive shaft, expanding the bed frame from 80 inches to 84 inches.

How long is a hospital bed extension? ›

How Long Is An Extra-Long SonderCare Hospital Bed? The standard hospital bed is 79 inches long (roughly six feet and six inches); these measurements go from inside the headboard and footboard. The wood-capped headboard and footboard add an extra two inches, making the hospital bed dimensions 36″ wide and 80″ long.

Do I really need bed stiffeners? ›

Bed stiffeners are truck bed components that strengthen a truck's bed, bedsides, and tailgate. They are essential because they reinforce the entire bed and prevent cracking, flexing, or damage related to the bed twisting.

Can you expand a bed frame? ›

With the headboard extender in place, you can now add a stylish and functional headboard to your metal bed frame. Whether you have a queen size, full size, or king size bed frame, you can find a headboard extender to fit your needs.

What size is an extra length bed? ›

It measures 107 cm by 188 cm, and the extra-length type measures 107 cm by 200 cm. Think of it as a three-quarter bed with extra space when you have to calculate if it offers sufficient sleeping space for your purpose.

What length should my bed be? ›

How Long of a Mattress Do You Need? Your mattress should be 6 inches longer than the tallest person. Partners should be able to rest both hands behind their heads (elbows sprawled) without bumping into each other.

How long is an extra length bed? ›

Single Mattress Size

Standard size: 92 cm x 188 cm. Extra length: 92 cm x 200 cm.

What is the difference between a hospital bed and an adjustable bed? ›

The main difference between a hospital bed and an adjustable bed is that a hospital bed is designed for people who need temporary or permanent medical care, whereas an adjustable bed is designed for comfort and convenience.

How much does a hospital bed extender weigh? ›

Additional information
Weight15.5 lbs
Dimensions36.6 × 12.2 × 7 in

How much weight will a hospital bed lift? ›

To be IEC 60601-2-52 compliant, 220kg (or the maximum patient weight if the manufacturer claims it is higher than 220kg) must be placed evenly in each corner of the bed without imbalance.

Is a hospital bed longer than a twin? ›

Hospital Mattresses Are Specialized, Not Conventional

To fit a mattress onto a hospital bed, it must be 39-inch by 80-inch – this is a Twin XL. Other regular mattress sizes will not meet these size standards; twin mattresses, for example, are typically 39-inches by 75-inches, leaving a lot of room at the ends.

What is the longest hospital bed? ›

The largest bed to be found is a bariatric hospital bed which has a smaller width and a longer length when compared to a normal king-sized bed. King size hospital bed frames (the largest in bariatric beds) are generally about 54-60 inches wide and about 94 inches long.

What is the best height for a hospital bed? ›

A safe bed height is between 18” to 23”, roughly the same as the seat of a chair. If a patient is at-risk for rolling out of bed or wandering out of it, the hospital bed position should be low.


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