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How much weight should I put in the bed of my truck for winter? Everything on my truck is stock. Right now I have 280lbs of sand, 140lbs over each tire. I have another 140lbs I could put in, which would make 210lbs over each wheel.
It's a Ram Quadcab 4x4.
Let me know.
Thanks in Advance.
 

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In southwest Missouri that what why we always haul around a spare fat girl. (We got plenty to spare) You get stuck, she gets in the back and starts jumping on the fenderwell that's spinning!
Just kidding.
 

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ruffram,

LOL! <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_lol.gif"> That's a good one! <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/laugh.gif">
 

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Hell, why not put loose "motar" style sand in there and then if you DO happen to get stuck you could use the loose sand for traction! :): Just carry a shovel! Thios way the Fat chick can keep the cab warm for when you come back from the cold!! :rotfl:

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I've found that cinder blocks work real good. I made a box that fit about 10 blocks and it worked great in the snow.
 
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