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Old 06-27-2011, 11:03 PM
LoweJ82 LoweJ82 is offline
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Originally Posted by First_Year_Landscaper View Post
My skidloader only weighs in at around 2300 lbs, but I don't think brakes would be a bad idea either. I was just wondering for short term use, but like you said why risk it. I will try to get a kit to bolt on as soon as i finish everything else. Thanks for you replys.
2300 pounds? put a steel plate in the bed of the truck and weld it in, then add some d rings followed with some good ramps, just carry that baby around piggy back.

I say my f350 rides and drives a little better with 2000 lbs in the bed, really don't notice it even being there at all, if I had a heavy flatbed Id try my 743 on for size, I bet the state cops would have a wet dream over that one.
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