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Old 03-12-2012
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Payload with Body Lift

Does anyone know or have a guess as to how much weight you can hold in your bed even with the crush blocks welded in? I did the whole redneck hot tub thing last summer but with the body lift now I'm a little sketched out to try it. Is there anything i can do to increase my payload?
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I dont think it affected mine any. I still haul the bed full of wood rounded to the top of the cab. the bodylift basicallly just puts a taller spacer under the bed i think if you have the blocks under it then it still touches the same amount as it did stock.
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run wooden beams across the frame under the bed, may have to slightly loosen the bed bolts to squeeze a piece of lumber in there, but make it a 1/8th inch bigger than the bl so it compresses. I know that helps the payload..but you said you welded them sooo idk
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