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756L of Wine in the Back of Crewmax

Well, in case anyone was wondering, this is what a Ď17 Crewmax with an OME/Dakar lift looks like with 756 1-liter bottles of wine in the bed.



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Sooo party at your place?


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what kind of wine in 1 liter bottles? good stuff is usually in 750's?
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what kind of wine in 1 liter bottles? good stuff is usually in 750's?


Good stuff also comes in magnums. The 1L bottle is a trademark of Gruner from Austria thatís okay quality. Itís all about making it easy and thirst quenching. This was a white blend in liter bottles from an organic winemaker in California that I delivered to an account. Definitely a thirst quenching bottle of wine. And sealed in crown cap too!


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YIKES! Just the liquid alone is over 1500 lbs..... and that's a lot of glass.

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So what you are really sayings is.... you deliver?

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Well, in case anyone was wondering, this is what a Ď17 Crewmax with an OME/Dakar lift looks like with 756 1-liter bottles of wine in the bed.



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YIKES! Just the liquid alone is over 1500 lbs..... and that's a lot of glass.


We figured it was around 2600 lbs. The truck drove just fine but I didnít expect that much sag in the suspension.
Oh and I measured before and after: 3.5Ē of compression!


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Yep, the AT3/W in 275/65/20. Pretty happy with them except they donít do nearly as well in the rain as my Toyo A/T did.


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Well, in case anyone was wondering, this is what a Ď17 Crewmax with an OME/Dakar lift looks like with 756 1-liter bottles of wine in the bed.



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Hereís the truck dry for reference, should have put this up originally. The rear shot is actually the day my ARB lift was re-installed after ditching the Toytec AAL.




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We figured it was around 2600 lbs. The truck drove just fine but I didnít expect that much sag in the suspension.
Oh and I measured before and after: 3.5Ē of compression!


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You didn't expect that much sag being over 1,000 pounds overloaded?

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You didn't expect that much sag being over 1,000 pounds overloaded?

If your real question is if I knew it was overloaded, then yes, I did. Still, I didnít expect it to compress as much as it did but I was not sure what to expect as I have never loaded near that much into the truck before.
Next week I have SuperSprings going on the Dakar leaf pack to help when I tow a big 20í cargo trailer, but even the tongue weight loaded shouldnít come close to what I had in there yesterday with the wine. Iíll be interested to see how the SSprings do overall.


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Nice! I load up on the brew's pretty frequently!



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Nice! I load up on the brew's pretty frequently!





Nice! Whatís your suspension setup? I kind of wish I could do it all over again once the SuperSprings go on next week.


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