Tucked 33x12.5s with a pallet of sod... Good thing I kept stock rims
Can you say overloaded?
I hope this isn't a daily occurrence, you will ruin your truck. Back when I was in construction, we were removing sod/black dirt. A co-worker wanted to take some home. We shoveled a good amount in the back of his truck and I told him that should be enough, but no, he needed more. We piled it on until the truck looked like yours. He broke all the springs but the main on both sides before he got home.
BTW around here it is a dollar a pound for every pound over weight.
me guy hit my truck with their door while I was on vaction in flordia Saturday. They hit the bodyline that runs down the truck on the back part of the cab under the window. He was nice enough to leave a note and now his insurance is taking care of it. Will post pics later. Its not awful, but still.
I almost got side swiped AGAIN. but their car had that light that comes on the mirror so they pulled a "Oh Sh-t!" and move back in their lane.
Ya I know. I was at the local country store with my previous 02 and he hits the bed of the truck leaving a decent dent. Nobody sees who does it the guy takes off and we never find him because the truck wasn't by the camera. Ever since at the local country store I pull right by the camera so that I can see who hits this 02.
88 4x4 RCLB custom, 308 C6 w/shift kit, flares, bed rails, brush guard, black mirrors, bed caps, CB, brush guard, fog lights, and 31s on 15x8s
90 4x4 5.0 E4OD RCLB Lariat, Ouku 7" stereo, rear speakers, truck box, HI lift slide-n-lock tie downs
10 4x4 5.4 Lariat CCSB custom pinstripe and spray in liner