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What's the heaviest payload you hauled

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Old 03-15-2010, 10:54 PM
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Just traded my '95 Dakota on a '98 Dakota 4x4, auto., reg. cab. with the 5.2. What's kind of loads have you guys hauled with yours?
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Old 03-15-2010, 11:15 PM
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I havent done to much but here is what ive mostly hauled

Fresh rough cut wood from the sawmill(it was still wet so it was heavy)
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This is the biggest pita to haul lol





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hmm
something around 1300lbs - my old suspension! LOL.
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My biggest payload was 1000lbs. My most towing was 6000lbs.
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I've had somewhere around 1200 - 1400 lbs of salt bags loaded up at work. If you want to lower your truck, that's one way of doing it =P
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2000 lbs of cement bags......50 2x10 s 24 feet long
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i had somewhere around 1800lbs of rock in mine.
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I didn't technically haul it...but I did fill up the bed with water and turn it into a pool!
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I didn't technically haul it...but I did fill up the bed with water and turn it into a pool!
HAHA WOW!
That is AWESOME! I thought I lived in a redneck town haha
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HAHA WOW!
That is AWESOME! I thought I lived in a redneck town haha
haha not redneck just college. It was hot and we needed a pool my truck just happened to be the closest thing we had...
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