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How many bags?

Soo I need to buy concrete for a fence I'm building. My question is how many 60lbs bag of concrete would you all put in your heep for a ten minute ride home. Only asking bc I need a lot of bags.

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for the record I've had 10 80lb bags in the back of mine..sagged but not scary. just made sure the load was right over the axle. X2 on renting a trailer and if you need alot the big box stores will deliver it.

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Soo I need to buy concrete for a fence I'm building. My question is how many 60lbs bag of concrete would you all put in your heep for a ten minute ride home. Only asking bc I need a lot of bags.

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You could always make 2 trips.....

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You could always make 2 trips.....
Yeah, this was the first thing that came to mind. No need to stress da heep



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ive had 15 bags of mulch in mine.


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Mine is rated around 800 lbs, so minus my ~200lb frame, 600/60=10... Look at your door jamb. If it is near the 1/2 pallet range, they'll deliver if you go to the pro desk.

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Hit Home Depo they have a cheep rental, have them put a pallet on it . You only have to unload, and you dont have to sweet ripping a bag in the back of the heep. Think there $30


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Hit Home Depo they have a cheep rental, have them put a pallet on it . You only have to unload, and you dont have to sweet ripping a bag in the back of the heep. Think there $30
agree totally, molest someone else's junk

put 48 bags on my old one ton powerstorke flatbed, and towed the mixer. it sagged a lot, and i wanna say it had heavier springs on it from it's life as an ambulance. rode smooth for once in it's life as a flatbed though
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I had a but ton of flowers in mine lol

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