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How many cubic meter can a Forward Truck Load?

Most forward trucks are installed with a cube shaped carrier (structure) at the back.

It carries anything you want to load into it. Be it sand, gravel, soil, or trashes.

That cube-shaped carrier is equivalent to around 6 cubic meter of volume.

What's cubic meter? It refers to the volume of a cube with edges one meter length.

So how many cubic meter (m3) of load can a Forward truck load or carry?
Maximum Cubic Meter an Forward Truck can load

The capacity of a forward truck in terms of maximum volume (by cubic meter - m3) it can load is around 6 cubic meter (m3).

A forward truck can load a maximum of 6 cubic meter (m3) of sand, gravel, soil, trashes or anything you want to load into it.

You might asked. Can it carry more than 6 m3? Yes. If you extend the siding or add railings to the siding.

If your load is very light such as trashes or garbage, it's recommended to extend its siding upward to increase its volume capacity.

You might be confused with this --> Is cubic meter a measurement of weight?

No. It's not.

It's a measurement of volume.

For weight, unit of measurements are gram (g), kilogram (kg), ton, etc.

Tips on Maximizing The Space of the Cube-Shaped Carrier of an Elf Truck

  • If your forward truck is fully loaded with materials, you can use bags or sacks to add volume to your load.
  • To increase volume capacity of your forward truck, you can add railings above the built-in siding or extend the height of the siding of the forward truck.
  • Remember not to overload your forward truck.

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