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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Get Some..., May 31, 2012.
97 chevy 1500 with the vortec 350 pulling a 7x12 single
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2003 F-250 Super Duty
16 x 7 x 5 trailer
12.5 mpg loaded
52" Grasshopper, 60" Kubota Diesel, 36" Great Dane Hydro, John Deere JX 85, 3 red max blowers, 3 string trimmer, 1 stick edger
Let's see you put 2,000 pounds of rock in any of those.
2007.5 Chevy Silverado 2500HD, 6.0L Vortec...17mpg highway, 13-14mpg city, 9-10mpg towing.
How are y'all liking your chevy 6.0? I am considering getting one but seeing how poor the mileage is I may reconsider.
2002 Toyota Tundra
9-10 MPG loaded, 16-18 empty highway
toyota hilux has a payload up to about 3000 pounds.
there was once a real truck. one you could crash, leave in the ocean for a day, drop a caravan on, drop off a building, and still drive it away. it's the toyota hilux. toyota thought america would like this truck, so they introduced it in 1991 for america to enjoy. America decided it was too much truck, so toyota came out with the toyota tacoma.
You watch too much top gear. Ill stick w/ my v8
The Hilux Workmate has a towing capacity of 4960 pounds. I couldn't pull my trailer with it. Gas or diesel. That is incredible weak for a work truck.
It has a curb weight of 3295 pounds without a bed. Even so, the maximum total gross weight is 6128 pounds. That's less than 3,000 pounds and doesn't include the weight reduction for a bed or gear and passengers.
Maybe you can find some different specs from the ones I found.
2003 toyota tundra v6 12.5 mpg city driving w/ac on towing trailer. gets 19mpg hwy empty
04 f250 6.0 d with trailer 15+ no trailer 22+