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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Eric 1, Apr 11, 2005.
Just thought id share, this is what i spent this afternoon doing.
here is before:
Please excuse the mes on the side walks, i took the pics before we blew it off because it was getting dark fast.
And here is what it took to do it.
p.s. I do NOT recommend this.
How thick did you lay that mulch?
I think its time for you to upgrade to a tandem axle with 24" high sides.
all that mulch in that little space it had to be 4" thick at minimum.
is that an 8ft bed on that 4x4? how much mulch did u fit on the back of it? is it a 2500 or 1500 series?
Eric I thought your truck was a 3/4 ton? I remember filling my '93 chevy half ton with stone. That thing was weighed down big time. LOL
Did you lose any mulch on the drive over? that trailer is real full
Ok, lets start from the top.
1. about 2''. It is more area than it looks.
2. Yes, i need a dump trailer badly, but i rarely haul this much at once.
3. It is a 6ft bed. I guess about 1.5 yards (6x4 bed pilled about 3.5 ft high), not sure he used a loader to fill it and it had a larger than normal bucket. It is a 1500.
4.No it is a 1/2 it has over-load springs on it though. it was about all it could take though, i will not haul that much again.
5. I lost vary little, i had a large tarp over it, i took it off for the pics.