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Old 03-06-2020, 10:38 AM
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HUH, every year I haul a face cord of firewood without a problem.....
Post a side view of the truck. How much does the wood weigh?

Max payload for a crewmax 4x4 is only 1,520 pounds. Add in a couple of people and gear under the rear seat and you can see how the truck is reduced to 1000-1100 real fast.
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Post a side view of the truck. How much does the wood weigh?

If it's a full cord of wood it would be at least 2000 pounds.
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oh wow. I thought you were gonna say something like 900lbs lol
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Post a side view of the truck. How much does the wood weigh?

Max payload for a crewmax 4x4 is only 1,520 pounds. Add in a couple of people and gear under the rear seat and you can see how the truck is reduced to 1000-1100 real fast.
Sorry, I don't have the pic your looking for.........HOWEVER, it's a Double Cab not a Crew Cab and it's tows my Fishing Machine like a DREAM ! ! !

OH WAIT there's more....LOL.........this pic is on the way to our family week long fishing vacation at a secret lake in NYS.......the truck has a load of fire wood going across the very back of the truck, plus 2 cases of water, beer, pop and two 72 qt coolers of food and ice......totally packed. However, the boat has ALL my fishing gear and a full tank of gas (truck too) and then some light camping gear.
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oh wow. I thought you were gonna say something like 900lbs lol

Upon further research it sounds like there is no way a full cord will fit in a pickup. A half cord will in an 8ft box piled to the rails. That is likely a 1/2 cord of wood. So, depending on the kind of wood it is, that is likely 1000+ pounds.
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Upon further research it sounds like there is no way a full cord will fit in a pickup. A half cord will in an 8ft box piled to the rails. That is likely a 1/2 cord of wood. So, depending on the kind of wood it is, that is likely 1000+ pounds.
It’s 4’ x 8’ x 16”.......do you think “I” would PAY for a face cord and settle for less....
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Upon further research it sounds like there is no way a full cord will fit in a pickup. A half cord will in an 8ft box piled to the rails. That is likely a 1/2 cord of wood. So, depending on the kind of wood it is, that is likely 1000+ pounds.
With side boards you can easily get a full cord in a long bed (real) pickup, 3/4 or one ton.
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With side boards you can easily get a full cord in a long bed (real) pickup, 3/4 or one ton.
I meant without the sideboards. The pic doesn't have sideboards.
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I meant without the sideboards. The pic doesn't have sideboards.
True....wasn’t sure if you meant a pu couldn’t haul a full cord.
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Sorry, but there is no way you are getting a full cord of wood into any 150/1500 truck - there just isn't enough volume in the bed.

Especially true when you just haphazardly throw it in the bed.
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