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Wanna load your quad?

Saw this idiot at a stop light the other day.

I just want to see how this guy loads and unloads these.
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lol... that looks interesting.
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ummm....how? lol
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im still trying to figure out the "how" but it looks like he has ramps in the bed.
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Drive them up there and turn them sideways...been there with another guys truck.
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X2. i used to fit my banshee in my stepside when i had it and i could still close the tailgate!
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If you actually look at the picture there are 2 quads. He obviously couldn't load them end to end. He made it work
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ya there are 2 on there. I dont think id have the ***** to have 2 quads hanging out like that let alone have them sitting on my bedrail.
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poor ranger must be riding on the bump stops. I know my fullsize chevy had a max bed load of like 800lbs...cant imagine the ranger being even close to that.
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poor ranger must be riding on the bump stops. I know my fullsize chevy had a max bed load of like 800lbs...cant imagine the ranger being even close to that.
Max load of 800lbs? Are you serious?
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No kidding. I've had 1250 verified by scales in my bed and it still wasn't on the bumpstops.
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i think so...??? unless im thinking about tounge weight
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3800lbs in my bros 98 sat it on the bump stops lol. we had 42 slabs of concrete blocks at about 90lbs a peice
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this is how my buddies load their quads.. it works. and when they're traveling in the rig, they put the ranger in the trailer. daddy's money going to a good cause.
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yup, im thinking tongue weight...duh

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Dead Weight Hitch - Max Trailer Wt. (lbs) 5000
Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Wt. (lbs) 600
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Trailer Wt. (lbs) 7700
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt. (lbs) 1000
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How I used to pull our raptors and my buddy's banshee...we got a nice size trailer now, so we can throw 3 of them on it and another in the bed.

http://customgm.com/members/2005_sil...25-do-work.jpg

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poor ranger must be riding on the bump stops. I know my fullsize chevy had a max bed load of like 800lbs...cant imagine the ranger being even close to that.
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Max load of 800lbs? Are you serious?

No kidding, the 1000-1500 must have snapped my frame. Zak, that idea popped into my head and I remember either you or someone posting that.
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haha figures that thing is a gen3. an lwg's cousin
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