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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by redmax fan, Dec 29, 2009.
I use tube sand in 60lb bags, bought 12 bags for like $35 at home depot
cinderblocks or sand bags
Old water bed matress or air matress. Fill most of the way up with water. When spring comes pull the plug and drain. Don't have to load or unload. If you position them right they will not slide around in the back or your truck
Naw he needs some wieght. What are your mom and sis up to till oh say April. One for each wheel well.
you if you werent living off me you joke
thanx for ideas . guess i'll go to hd and buy some sand bags , then hit local gravel pit for sand .
the photo in above thread went inactive , so belows another example
of the truth . as opposed to globalist propoganda :
fire wood works great for me. Its free and some people will ask to buy it from you. At least once a week
I have a 2500 Ram too. Just throw a few sand bags back there, I have prob 6-8 back there, they do the trick. If I have trouble in 2 wheel drive I just throw it in 4, unless you don't have 4 wheel drive obviously then you can't do that.