I've got one leaf in my right springpack that's sticking out a little sideways like that... I think it's broken. :banging:
Do you plan on hauling the skid steer in the bed of the truck....or on a trailer? Maybe you should visit DOT training 101'Apparently it is okay for the leaf springs to shift and not all stay parallel in Ford spring packs. The head service man at the dealer in town told me they do that some times. Guess I can add our 08 1 ton dually powerjoke to our growing list of unsafe trucks we have at work. Plus with no tow package on the truck, it is only rated for 13,000 pounds. Not really enough to pull a 12,000 pound skidsteer.
LOLYou guys that are brand bashers crack me up.. Own all three and there all JUNK!!!!! I cant really say that stock-for stock-for stock....That any one is better than the other.
Thats why you dont understand why a truck that rated for 13,000lbs CAN leagally haul a 12,000lb skid steer on a trailer..... BTW thats a rather LARGE skid steer. Probably the biggest one anyone makes.....Actually I don't work for the oil field. That truck is a prime example of why accountants should not be allowed to order equipment. Also I have greatly over loaded my truck and aside from needing to be re-arched are still in much better shape. As for the DOT, lets just say they and the people I work for don't care.
the department head will not spend the money for it because he is an accountant and does not understand anything we have just talked about.