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Old 10-05-2011, 04:16 PM   #1
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Prerunner load capacity

I have a stock 2010 SR5 Prerunner. I'm driving 30 miles to get some asphalt shingles, and I'm wondering how much I can safely haul. Would 600 pounds be too much? I'm still running the sorry Dunlap tires.
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Should be fine. Check you manual for payload capacity.
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I just hauled one ton of rocks in the bed for about 20 miles. TSB rear leaf spring done and it only bottomed out once.
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600lbs will be fine. Load them more toward the front of the bed rather than behind the axle.
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600 lbs. is nothing.
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I hauled a pallet of sod this summer....they said it weighed between 1800 & 2000 lbs.....

the truck handled the load fine, but I could tell it was overloaded...

http://www.tacomaworld.com/gallery/s...p/photo/177178
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Old 10-06-2011, 01:47 PM   #11
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I hauled a pallet of sod this summer....they said it weighed between 1800 & 2000 lbs.....

the truck handled the load fine, but I could tell it was overloaded...

http://www.tacomaworld.com/gallery/s...p/photo/177178
Regular cab 4 banger FTW.

1200+ lbs of hardwood flooring (added another 500+ lbs with me and my buddy + a lot of other tools).

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According to the '07 Brochure for Prerunner Payload:

Standard: 1640lb
Access (manual): 1610lb
Access (auto): 1505lb
Dbl Cab (auto): 1505lb
Dbl Longbed: 1450lb

I've had 1000+lb of concrete sacks and drove fine. In fact the standard cab prerunner handles a bit better with a few hundred pounds back there.
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Old 10-06-2011, 03:37 PM   #13
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I've had around 1000 lbs in the bed of my truck. I added airbags because it does sag a bit and you can feel the weight, but the truck handled it fine. Gas mileage will suffer a lot though if you run it over 65 when it's fully loaded.
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