Payload refers to the amount of cargo weight a vehicle can safely carry.For example: An over the road semi can gross a max weight of 80,000 lbs.This is max weight including the truck, the trailer, the fuel and the driver. The payload capacity refers to the actual weight of the cargo which could be less than half of the vehicles gross weight. There may be room for more cargo in the trailer, but this would cause an overweight situation that could be unsafe.The same is true with the Tacoma. Payload is the amount the vehicle can safely carry. Overloading can change how the vehicle drives in terms of steering and braking.
That completely depends on what "this" and "it" are.
A horse can safely carry between 15 and 20% of its body weight. For example, a 1,000kg horse could carry around 200kg maximum. So therefore, the larger the horse, the more weight it can carry, bu his refers to muscle mass, and not just body fat. However, many donkeys and mules used in the middle east for carrying and transporting bricks and such often carry over 55% of their own bodyweight, which can seriously damage their spines. The best breeds for weight carrying are usually Shires, Suffolk Punches, Draft Horses, Percherons and Clydesdales, which are all examples of heavy horses.
it could hold until it drops
3 pounds is considered the most that can be safely lost per week.
The coolant could have frozen in the radiator. If that happens the coolant in the engine will just get hotter. It could also be the thermostat.
One could safely lose 25 pounds by follow a healthy diet, including lots of fruit and vegetables and exercising frequently. Ensuring your meals are healthy will ensure your body has the best chance of losing weight.
At 8 pounds per gallon, the water would weigh 80,000. The entire rig including the load cannot weigh in excess of 80,000 pounds. Could it do so safely? Probably not. The braking system may be overtaxed at that weight. The trailer capacities do not go up to 10,000 gallons anyway. They max at about 8000.
Well maybe the weight of whatever was in the truck or something. Or the truck couldn't carry to much weight.
It's not a question of where it grips it! It's a simple question of weight ratios! A five ounce bird could not possibly carry a one pound coconut!
A 12hh pony could carry a 6 stone person the same as a 17hh could. It depends on the strength of the horse rather than the height as to what weight they can carry.
It's weight. Consider, an object three times it's size could weigh a fraction of it's weight. Three times it's weight can be any object at all.
well it is bit overweight . if she is VERY conscious the she could lose weight safely search 'how to lose weight for kids' I 149cm and I weigh 40 kilos which is the average.
If you carry a lot of things on your left side (put a lot of weight on it ) then that could be why .If not then you should see your GP.
could be a cracked radiator, bad radiator cap, a busted radiator or heater hose, bad heater core, or a busted fill box!
A properly made Conestoga Wagon could carry as much as 12,000 pounds of cargo. The main issue for the wagon was not its capability. It was the horses or oxen to pull it.
Yes, but you might want to insure the bike's frame is stout enough and the motor strong enough to support the weight and move along and come to speed safely. Check the owner's manuals for proper weight limits and especially to insure the tires are appropriately inflated. Most manufacturers have weight limits and two sets of tire inflation recommendations; one is generally for under 200 pounds and the other for over 200 pounds to the weight limit of the motorcycle. A 400 pound man would likely be limited by what gear he could carry along, and might not safely be able to transport a passenger. Hope this helps.
Ants can carry items 10 - 50 times their own body weight. Ants are small but they are very strong for their size. if you were that strong you could lift an automobile. the ants carry or drag heavy loads for food back to their nests. The food may be parts of plants or bits of dead animals.
Yes. There is a way to safely congeal someone in jello. How?
Gold is not included in the list of banned items for Indian domestic flights, so one could safely assume that gold is allowed to be carried on the airplane.
Its not a matter of where he grips it It's a simple question of weight ratios! A five ounce bird could not carry a one pound coconut! wait a sec "It could be carried by an African Swallow"
if you use the a fuse that is larger than the amount of current that the wire can safely carry you could cause the wires to get hot (even possible melt) and cause a fire You could burn your house down.
Lindbergh knew that weight was critical, so he did everything possible to carry as little weight as possible - which meant carrying as few provisions as he could.