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How much weight

Would u load in the bed of an f350 longbed? I might have to make a haul that could be as heavy as 2k lbs. Seems like quite a bit to me

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2k lbs = 1 ton and an F-350 = a 1 ton


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IMO, you are good as far as weight goes, just get it as far forward as possible to get some of the weight on top of and in front of the rear axle. Should handle just fine.

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i have had 3.250lbs in the back of my lifted 250 just take it easy and plan ahead lol

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It is in a 275gal tote so i can put it where need then fill. Its about a 30ish mile drive then down loaded

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Seems easy enough, but what's a 275gal tote? Put it up against the front of the bed for more stability and not such a nose high feeling

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I had 4k of stone in the bed of my 95 with no issues.

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Haha! Sorry but this is funny, just last weekend I had 4+ tons in my truck (dually but still) so 8000+ lbs of dirt. So yea you'll be fine.

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I'm with these guys. I've have 5000 in the back of my F250. 1 ton of material settles my suspension 1".

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