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22 bales and tookem like a champ. This was a small load, i can get 25 on the truck, and still tow another 25 and it still feels like theres nothing haha
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Looks good man!
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Lol that makes me think of Iraqi buses with everyone hanging off the sides and sitting on the roof
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bales are light. i fit 50 on my tuck and 100 on a trailer and it wasnt bad.
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Ive carried loads that big of furniture. Really puts my AAL's to use.
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jebus, another ontario member? man you got a nice truck there. where in ontario are you?
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bales are light. i fit 50 on my tuck and 100 on a trailer and it wasnt bad.
If his has 22 in it, how the hell could you get 50 in yours?
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If his has 22 in it, how the hell could you get 50 in yours?
thats what i would like to know
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Sell me your rims!
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thats what i would like to know
I call BS. When I owned a horse farm, We had 2 fullsizes, Between 2 of them we could hual 60 home, 30 each in short beds. Then with a hay wagon you could bring 400. But 50 in a ranger...YEH OK BUDDY.
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Maybe he puts them on the roof and hood and sticks his head out the window to drive?
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jebus, another ontario member? man you got a nice truck there. where in ontario are you?
He's in my neck of the woods.. He was at the brantford meet on the may 24 weekend
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hahaha, ya we had a hell of a time getting 25, they have to be stacked perfect, I'm from Princeton, sort of the Brantford area, and no I like my rims, if i ever go wider ill give you a shout tho haha. Thanks for the replies
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That's nothing, I've seen idiots with half-tones hauling stacks 7 bales high down the highway.
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oh wow, ya i ran the back roads and was only doing maybe 50km at the max, i cant imagine being behind when they start flying off
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thats what i would like to know
i stacked 3 or 4 high over the cab and im a pro at stacking bales lol
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did you strap them at all or did they just hold with the stack?
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i stacked 3 or 4 high over the cab and im a pro at stacking bales lol
I call bull****! That rust would have gave out and you woulda left your bed behind!
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LOL.
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i stacked 3 or 4 high over the cab and im a pro at stacking bales lol
No you're a pro at being a dumb fvck. Another reason why your truck is a safety hazard.
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No you're a pro at being a dumb fvck. Another reason why your truck is a safety hazard.
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hahahaha this is ridiculous bickering over bales of hay. Still though decent pics. I love seeing our little trucks work well. Throw a round bale on the back and now your talking. A friend of mine with his 01 XLT put one on he trick for a bonfire out in our neck of the woods. Strapped it on the truck but he got a little horny on the gas and it snapped the straps and a Canada post mail box just seen pure carnage. It was great.
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hahahaha this is ridiculous bickering over bales of hay. Still though decent pics
LoL reminds me of my last job...so glad I found a new one!

I love the FX4 L2 wheels.
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hahaha you guys are funny, next time i go get hay I'll see how many we can really stack on there. We were thinking of throwing a round bale in there, Im sure it would do it but it would just be a PITA for us.
Ya i only wish i could get these same rims but only 8 or more wide
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