Subtract the actual weight of the truck from 26,000 lbs (GVWR) to get the weight you can haul. This is assuming you are talking about a single straight truck with no trailer. It would be best to actually weigh the vehicle with full fuel tanks to get the most accurate measurement. You can get a weight at most places that sell gravel, stones, etc.
26000 lbs of cargo? A tandem straight truck, such as a flatbed or a dump, could haul that amount of weight legally.
The "gross" weight of the truck and its cargo cannot weigh more than 26,000 pounds. This includes the weight of the fuel, driver, and any equipment on tne vehicle.
That would depend on the weight rating of the trailer and bridge law. For a straight truck, five to seven tons.
The weight limit on an ATV truck rack can be found on the websites that sell ATV truck racks. The weight would depend on the size of the rack & truck.
Yes. A Class 7 single axle straight truck exceeds the 26000 lb. GVWR. A semi truck is a Class 8 truck.
About 10,000 pounds.
80,000 pounds total weight
Typically, about 5 to 5-1/2 tons.
The maximum legal weight for a 20 foot ocean container without the truck is about 48,000 pounds. The entire cargo weight, including the truck, cannot exceed 80,000 pounds. Truck drivers are allowed 12,000 pounds on the steer tires, 34,000 pounds on the drive tires and 34,000 pounds on the tandems.
Legal limits can vary from state to state, but a good general rule is 800 pounds per wheel. Axel weight limits should not exceed 73,280 pounds.