So what happens when you see power lines that cross over the street? This is not going to end well…
least of their problems they get going over 10 MPH and the front ends of those boards are going to be catching air and they will peal back and most likely brake at the place where they are tied off at if they don’t break the tie and come completely airborne. LOOK OUT BEHIND THEM
In the picture they are obv still tying things down. As for height, they are allowed to be up to 13’6″ tall, they are pushing it but hard to guess without a tape measure. I would have left more hanging down over the tailgate so it doesn’t stick up so high, could easily gain 3′ of height there. It also needs to be strapped together at the top as well as over the windshield area. It should also be pulled down from the front strap to the bumper to keep tension on it and prevent bouncing. This can be done completely safely, I just hope they aren’t finished with their strapping! The weight certainly isn’t an issue… but still would be better to beg/borrow/rent/steal a flatbed trailer for this sort of work.
This is just stupid. Have the lumber yard deliver.
SAVE BIG MONEY AT MENARDS!!!!
Never buy 32′ lumber if all you have is a 6′ bed.
like to see someone lasso the ends of those boards and make a solid tie down and or walk the plank to secure them. what’s really scary is what kind of a half ass project are frick and frack going to build with all of this materials. Just want to see their permits
They had a more suitable vehicle, but it was sold to pay for all that lumber.
You’d really have to be QUEER to drive that POS!
I really hope this is NOT in north America! Is it possible that the person in black is writing something (citation)for this outrage an we are just not shown the litup black and white?
They could just back under any power lines they come to.
And THIS is why I cant find a Jeep Comanche in good shape anymore!!!
Nice touch with the red markers on the back of the lumber, way to keep it legal, bro!
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