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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by LCBO, Apr 17, 2011.
another one i found
yes. any idea on what those set ups cost, what was entailed, and what needs to be changed/ and its load capacity?
I don't know but you could call the people that did the aluminum one they could tell you there number is
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You won't know load capacity until you weigh the truck and then add the weight of the bed, lift cylinder, and hydraulics.
After that you'll just need to subtract the weight from the GVWR of the truck and what's left will be your hauling capacity.
That's why I think if you are planning on hauling anything heavy at all, the lighter/simpler the set-up, the better.