I'm running a regular cab with 8ft service body. No experience with regular bed but figure you'll have a narrower camper foot print but more outside storage...reverse for regular bed. Then there's the weight difference. Steel utility bed may weight more than regular bed. I allocate...
Reading makes an aluminum service body.
10K max GVWR.
Custom built to fit the 8 ft. utility bed with dry weight listed at 1400lbs.
Build time varies, with this one taking about four months.
Be sure to do your home work re. layout. Building on a utility bed means a narrower footprint.
Don't want to hijack the OP but truck sent to Phoenix custom after discussion of layout/options and agreeing to recommendations of builder.
Yes, checked again today, wet weight front and rear within specs.