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Largest load in your trucks?

Discussion in 'General Truck Info' started by Stuff99, Jun 16, 2009.

  1. 2JZ-GTE 3.0 twin turbo engine from a Toyota Aristo with a huge slushbox still attached. I put the engine hoist in there with it after this pic so I could get it back out at my destination.

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  2. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    the 4x4 four wheeler abut 700 pounds dry plussome chains and what not in the box
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    i would never drive with it like that back tires to close to the edge and the front is touching but if it could be strapped down really well it had plenty of room between the tires and the fender to drive
     
  3. axle

    axle Member

  4. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    nice tie down axle just wish my quad was about 3 inches less in length so i could close the tail gate then i would not worry about hauling it and tieing it down so much but as of now i would have to go tail gate down or half down but nice packing job in urs i still wise we could easily get those tire u have
     
  5. axle

    axle Member

    thanks firejony, those tires are all over here makes a loud noise on pave road. i want bigger tires.









    haha thanks firejonny those tires are all over here making a loud noise on pave road.im using it on/ off road 2yrs above.
     
  6. antfarmer

    antfarmer Member

    I have no idea how much a load of firewood weighs, but so far my hijet has not complained.
    Any guesses how much a load of firewood weighs?
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  7. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    im just gonna guess but from the pictures (and im color blind ) some of the wood still looks green or newer cut so i would so at least 800 to 1000 pounds with how much you have stacked on there but could be way less depending on what type of wood it is. but 700 to 800 i would guess as the least it has to weigh
     
  8. louannfd1

    louannfd1 Member

    I moved a 16'X 32' shed with my mini of course I made the shed like a trailer

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  9. Coast Steve

    Coast Steve Member

    P7300531.JPG P7300532.JPG Can't remember if I posted this one, but it's a good one:p.
     
  10. Daner

    Daner Member

    I didn't even know we had a thread for this. lol Lots of nice loads. I haven't done anything recently but here are a couple pics I still have.
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    Second pic is of a tree shear attachment for a skid steer.
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  11. fupabox

    fupabox Active Member

    cool pics..that sportsman really makes the mini look small :)
     
  12. Daner

    Daner Member

    I was using that sportsman in the spring of 2011 to check fields. Everything was flooded and wet so it worked better than the mini. Put a couple big dents in the rack on my cab though. Almost made it through my back window after a big pothole:p

    I dug up another pic. I think I posted it on a different thread at some point but this looks like the thread to put it. Sled and mini are about the same length and no we had no where near this much snow last winter.
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  13. louannfd1

    louannfd1 Member

    My tractor broke down in the deer woods about a mile in. Went in with Mini and a 4-wheeler trailer and pulled it all the way home in two wheel drive...

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  14. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    Nice load looks like its load as close to perfect as it will get for what my have truck sags a little but as long as it can tug it go for it man I had over 1200 pounds in the bed this weekend but no picture it was new fire hose for the fire department had to move it to the out building ill re load it later this week just for a picture if I get time
     
  15. Papagator

    Papagator Member

    Had to post these.....Heres a couple of pictures of my 90 Carry with 1000 pounds of moose in the back. Had to get them back to the road so the Fords and Chevys could help...lol.....500 yards through a "clear cut"...not even a little problem. IMG_1666.jpg IMG_1668.jpg ;)
     
  16. TRAX and HORNS

    TRAX and HORNS Well-Known Member

    Thats a Great looking truck.
     
  17. rpm

    rpm Member

    Don't have any pics of it working, but my '99 Carry gets a workout regularly on the farm. Best fence building/repair/utility vehicle on the planet. The biggest load I've carried was a 250 water tank. Had to haul water twice a day for cattle most of last summer when my ponds went dry. It was just about all the suspension could handle, but it did just fine even across open fields.
     
  18. spaner

    spaner Well-Known Member

    Just a little scrap metal work. Old pontoon boat. The scale read -720lbs so not that big of a deal really. Took me a while to figure out how it would all fit in one go though, for the 90km trip to the scrap yard. Back one-third went into the back of the truck, the other two-thirds went onto the boat trailer. Total weight was 3457lbs? Go figure. I guess that I had a lot of other shite in there too.

    BTW, truck still did 110kph, no problem...:cool:


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  19. firejonny89

    firejonny89 Member

    110 you say huh that's good to know I was wondering how she would do under some load. Sounds like I made the right choice to super charger mine :) if I ever get the parts
     
  20. Stuff99

    Stuff99 Active Member Staff Member

    my huge loads i did no 110! lol maybe 40!
     

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