full load limit of a hilux 3 ltr diesel tray....

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any one have any knowledge of what a full load limit is for a hilux 3ltr sigle cab, please? Can't seem to find the info anywhere, or maybe I,m getting older and only had a man's look and not womans look. Have a tray on the back with canvas canopy etc...thanks Uther
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Reply By: Member - JohnR (Vic) - Monday, Mar 29, 2004 at 09:27

Monday, Mar 29, 2004 at 09:27
uther, had three Hiluxes and they always were considered one tonners. I have had 1.2 tonnes on a steel tray quite a few times, they were great like that. The Rodeo we have to replace the last Hilux can't manage the one tonne as well.

Don't forget there is a difference in the steel and aluminium trays - so they could carry more with the lightweight trays......... Mind you I don't know about the rated capacity, just the limit! Was just about as much as bloke wanted to add.
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Reply By: phil - Monday, Mar 29, 2004 at 16:54

Monday, Mar 29, 2004 at 16:54
The vehicle handbook, or sales brouchures, will tell you the GVM. Then run your vehicle over a weighbridge to find what it now weighs. The difference is the max legal load.
A local sand and gravel place near here has a drive through weighbridge. Very handy. My Mazda Bravo with a steel tray comes in at exactly 2.00 tonnes with 2 people in, rather more than I expected! Still allows 1 tonne load.
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Reply By: enzo- Monday, Mar 29, 2004 at 21:44

Monday, Mar 29, 2004 at 21:44
My Toy 4Runner 3L TD has a GVM of 2510 and and a kerb weight of 1900 if that's any help. Why is it not on the VIN plate under the hood? Should be smack bang in the middle of the bulkhead - causing you to climb all over the engine in order to read it!

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