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Weight of Targets ?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Ljutic111, Nov 2, 2009.

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  1. Ljutic111

    Ljutic111 TS Member

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    I tried a search to no avail and would like to know how much a case of White Fliers weight . It`s been on before and I should know it by now . I`m trying to figure how many cases we will be able to transport on a trailer without going to extremes and be safe . I`d like to get 250-270 on at a max but more than 200 ??
     
  2. leadvail

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    30.5 for Standard White Flyer for the 135 per case
     
  3. Ljutic111

    Ljutic111 TS Member

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    Thanks , I believe we can get the max of 270 on with no problem but it`s not my trailer so I will pass on the amount and weights .
     
  4. Old Texas Marine

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    A pallet is 63 cases and weighs just a few pounds less than a ton (2,000 lbs.)including the wooden pallet.

    HBT
     
  5. phirel

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    I have always used the weight stated by HBT, a ton per pallet.

    Pat Ireland
     
  6. Ljutic111

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    Thanks to all but we`re not buying by the pallet . Just wanted to know the weight per box so we know how many will be safe to travel with on a 4 wheel dual axle flat bed car trailer . 270 cases x 30.5 lbs = 8235 lbs will be fine . Maybe on the border though ??
     
  7. Old Texas Marine

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    Ljutic111,

    If the wheels are six lug, you are probably OK. If they are 5 lug, those are no more than 3,500 lb. axles and 8235 lbs. plus the weight of the trailer will put you over by a bunch. Also look at the max load rating of the tires.

    HBT
     
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