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5-ton 6x6

Discussion in 'Trucks' started by DemoPhotographer, May 31, 2020.

  1. DemoPhotographer

    DemoPhotographer New Member

    May 28, 2020
    Cape Cod, MA
    532CB015-202D-449D-A3A1-FF2D811218EA.jpeg I’m trying to figure out what a 5-ton 6x6 military frame with Rockwell Axles, all the driveshafts, the divorced transfer case, and 4 - 49” Goodyear 14R20 AT-2A mounted on the front and rear axles weighs in at. The frame is 23 ft end to end and width outside to outside of tires is 8’-6”.
    I need it transported from CT to MA.
  2. Willie B

    Willie B Senior Member

    Jan 3, 2016
    Mount Tabor VT
    It weighs exactly 6201.35 LBS as pictured.
    How do I know: Pure BS reckoning.
    Spud_Monkey and DemoPhotographer like this.
  3. InsleyGuy

    InsleyGuy Well-Known Member

    Jul 5, 2010
    Howell, Mi
    I would ask over on the SteelSoldiers military vehicle site