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Show me pictures of those SUPER DUTY'S working.

 
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I thought I had it, but still having trouble posting pictures
 
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Cabinets delivery for one of my jobs.

 
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I just got mine and it hasn't done much work YET. Ill get pictures when it does. Just wanted to see every ones trucks at work, not just at the mall parking lot LOL.
 
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Here it is loaded with a full unit of 1" x6" x6' cedar fence boards, and around 60 2"x4"x8''s

 
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While some of these photos show some good amounts of weight....in others I have loaded more weight into the back of my lil Ford Ranger with upgraded springs...
 
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Have 01 F250 with 2 pallets of brick that was OVERLOAD for 200k miles 5.4L with bad tran. It hold fine. Forgot to get picture. We guess it was around 4-5K lb.

95 F250 1 pallet of brick but PO didn't think how to build flatbed with steel near to rear tire so I only can hold 2,800 lb without rubbing steel.


00 F350 2wd diesel It hardly overload it never ever move inch low.


01 F250 V10 4wd that went to car crush due rot. leaf spring been replaced before.
 
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While some of these photos show some good amounts of weight....in others I have loaded more weight into the back of my lil Ford Ranger with upgraded springs...
So you're saying that in order to be considered "working" it has to be sittin' on the bump stops? Let's see some pics of your truck working.

Not much weight in this pic but right after you pull the trigger, it sure is alot like work. Only a five point but it'll taste just fine
 
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My truck hasnt really done any "work" yet, it will tow a snowmobile trailer this winter but weighing only ~1800lbs

a few bobcat buckets of firewood


15' long carpet


i dont have a picture of the overseeder i carried around which i was told weighed around 500 lbs
 
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Not much weight in this pic but right after you pull the trigger, it sure is alot like work. Only a five point but it'll taste just fine
It sure will
 
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Originally Posted by 1975StroppeBaja View Post
So you're saying that in order to be considered "working" it has to be sittin' on the bump stops? Let's see some pics of your truck working.

Not much weight in this pic but right after you pull the trigger, it sure is alot like work. Only a five point but it'll taste just fine
That's awesome. Congrats
 
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Ok yes sir thats a bit bigger than my garage I tore down
 

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