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Old 05-11-2016, 04:44 AM
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Originally Posted by 2004LB7 View Post
We have guys around my work that do this routinly. Mostly auto dismantlers hauling vehicles. Ripping up and down the street carrying cars. Guess thay dont want to take a nose dive if they have to slam on the breaks.

Some of the guys have what looks to be factory weights sitting on the rear. Cast steel and color matched, etc
The forklifts these weights are going on are pretty large forklifts. That's why we told them they needed a bigger forklift. They have two big ones and are gonna switch these weights back and forth depending which one goes out on the job. They said they have another, larger forklift they want to add 4,000 lbs. to, we'll see. What gets me is they are putting all this weight on a 1 1/2" pin with the 4 pieces holding it all together. I don't trust the pin.
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