look on your door tag...where it has tire size,pressure & the like. It should have a GVWR on it.... like my 2000 2500 light duty has a GVWR of 8600 pounds,i went through a scale & with me & a full tank of fuel it was 5500 pounds. So i can haul 3100 pounds of load. now the more you add to the truck,like bull bar,bed tool box & the like you will have to compensate for that as well. make sure you have tire that will handle the load too. Just cause they fit on the rim doesn't mean they will hold all the weight. If it has a P in front of the tire size then it won't hold much as it's a passenger tire. i have 10 ply tires on mine (load range E & has "LT" in front of tire size denoting it's a Light truck tire) & they can carry 3046 pounds per tire single,& duals they drop to 2700 something. Also, generally the bigger the tire is the more weight it can carry. the tires i mentioned above are LT245/75R16's. LT265/75R16's can carry roughly 3400 pounds,& LT285/75R16's can carry roughly 3700 pounds per tire. make sure your air pressure is at the maximum for load carrying (you can find this on the sidewall of the tire). Hope this answered your question & good luck
A dump truck can be as small as a one ton pickup or as large as Caterpillar 797F, which is capable of hauling 400 short tons.
26 gallon for Short Bed, 34 gallon for a long bed
My owners manual indicates 15.9 US gallons.
A new 1972 Chevrolet C10 1/2 ton fleetside short bed pickup truck sold for $2,796.
that depends on the truck if its 2wd short bed then its 13.5 gallons, if its 4x4 or long bed then its 17 gallon tank
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How many1996 Doge Ram pickup trucks has burned do to a short of the head lights?
A 1999 Chevy Silverado 1500 has a 34 gallon fuel capacity. Depending on the engine, the truck will have a fuel rating of 15-17mpg city and 18-23mpg highway.
It is 117.5"
Slang short term for Toyota pickup
no you can't the case is differnet and the tail shat is to short.
In short diesel trucks provide better hauling capacity while gas powered trucks are better for acceleration and speed. There is some more information on the differences here: http://www.ehow.com/facts_5529606_diesel-vs-gas-truck-engines.html
The 1992 Chevrolet S-10 2-door, extended cab, short-bed pickup has a curb weight of 2,881 pounds. General Motors started producing the S-10 in 1982.
Depends on manufacturer..Normally the ratings are as follows 1. Service short circuit breaking capacity is 7.5 kA 2. Rated short circuit breaking capacity is 10 kA.
The bed size is 6.5' of a dimension of 78x9x5 would fit a Chevy 1990 pickup.
Hi, If you have a "short" Venture, the fuel tank capacity is about 20 US Gallons. If you have the "long" venture, that goes up to about 25 Gallons.
My sons 1962 Short Bed is 114 inches center to center
Short in the wiring.
A 1952 Ford F1 Pickup with a short bed and a V8 engine weighs about 3550 pounds without a driver
In short, YES.
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