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Old 12-07-2009
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I just fill the back part of the bed with cider blocks and tie them in. Just go to menards or something. Look on craigslist also. I see free blocks all the time.
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ok so sand bags it is. thank everyone. kev i did send a email to the guy and it said tht he could deliver them as well..so that would be sweet....dan no worries there will be sandbags.
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Lowes and Home Depot have sand bags, I think they are sakrete sand bags. they are like 4 bucks... They are a good deal!
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i just put my one in today. all set for winter.
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I run three of the Menards sand tubes.

lay two right over the axle next to the wheel tubs parallel to the truck, then drop one between them sideways over the two. the third one wedges the first two against the wheel tubs and they never slide around.

sand tubes are only $3 a piece.
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Id go with the box of sand bags or nross' idea, Ive heard of people doing both

side note: cement blocks havent been made with cinders for about 20 years
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