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AxelsHumanDad

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I didn't actually purchase it since it was my birthday present, but two and a half hand-made months later, my Stetson finally got here :)

And yes, I only put it right side up like that for the picture. Never put a hat like that brim down (y)
 

Rocky

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E90470E6-49A6-4399-B6BF-30535639BE79.jpeg26 x 80lb bags of cement = 2000 pounds 1 TON :oops:, 2 3/4" sheets off plywood and some wire mesh! The guy loaded the pallet over the rear axle for better balance and the 6 mile drive home was real good without flaw, maybe the coach builder shackles and 5160 bilstein rear shocks gave it a bit of help!


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Panundra

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26 x 80lb bags of cement = 2000 pounds 1 TON :oops:, 2 3/4" sheets off plywood and some wire mesh! The guy loaded the pallet over the rear axle for better balance and the 6 mile drive home was real good without flaw, maybe the coach builder shackles and 5160 bilstein rear shocks gave it a bit of help!


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I’ve had over 2500 lbs in my 2007 Tundra multiple times with no issues. It wasn’t stock like yours it had stronger suspension components and airbags. I was almost on the bump stops and would not recommend driving far, going over rough roads or speed bumps. Ive put a yard and half of soil in at 1800lbs a yard. 2700lbs.
I would have no issues putting that in my 2018 with the 5160’s and upgraded shackles.
 
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