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My ranger at work

michowski

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Digging up part of the driveway to redo it. This is my truck filled with soaked clay,mud, rocks. Took an hour to fill it up being soaked and each shovel load feeling like 50lbs each lol. I know im probly over the weight limit or right at em for my tires which is 2270lbs. So glad I got the superlift superduty leaf springs in the back. Making this load look easy.


 


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if anyone asks tell them that you never washed your bed out since you lifted the truck and started wheeling it and thats all the mud you gathered over the time from not rinsing it out :icon_thumby:
 

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^^^ lol but holy hell big pics
 

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Looks like Godzilla took a dump in your truck bed....lol.
 

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From looking at it, it's about 700# per scoop with my loader. My 7' Ranger-trailer holds 6 scoops about that high. So I'm guessing, with a 6' bed, you have 3,600# in there. I'm also guessing I could pick up the front of your truck. You have some serious overload springs.
 

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Springs holding it fine but those poor wheel bearings, anyways its always nice to see a ranger getting used
 

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Damn wish i got pics of me using my ranger as work truck i used to use it for roofing and ladscaping pulled out and hauled off seven 8ftx4ft bushes root and all and pulled up against house during pull off and filled it with shingles .
 

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