The Right Way To Unload A Flatbed

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Sure, you could unload this the “traditional” way, but this method is so much easier.

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  1. GoI3ig says:

    How do you argue with success?

  2. Mickey says:

    If it works why not?

  3. Man, I broke a sweat just watching all that “hard” work. LOL!


  4. AJ says:

    They’ll take that same bamboo and build 36 stroies worth of scaffolding.

  5. It’s very much interesting & time saving too. But I will choose the traditional way to unload.

  6. GoI3ig says:

    This the same basic technique most lumber suppliers use to deliver a framing package to a construction site. The subtle difference being they usually have a tilt bed to start the process thus keeping the front wheels on the ground.

  7. Art64 says:

    When I used to drive a big rig with a reefer, I get loads of potatoes piled up on the floor of the reefer trailer. To unload the trailer, I drove the truck to a hydraulic ramp. Ramp lifts to 45 degrees and the potatoes just roll off the trailer floor to a trap at the end of the ramp. Truck was unloaded in 5 minutes.

  8. Anonymous says:

    LOL…. that is why I have a plastic bed liner. Not much I can’t get out of the bed going 20mph in reverse and slamming on the brakes…

  9. mk says:

    I did that once, well sort of in forward gear, but NOT what I wanted to do. I had my 10′ flat bottom jon boat in the back of my 6 1/2′ pickup bed with fishing gear and poles, etc. in the boat. Well, of course I was an idiot and did NOT put a bungee cord on the back to the trailer hitch. I stepped on the gas too hard from a stop uphill and the entire boat and gear slid out the back on the hwy scaring the crap out of me. Luckily, NO ONE was directly behind me but I did break my old fishing pole is all with a few small dents in the boat. Luckily it all turned out o.k. but my pole. Won’t make that mistake ever again.

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