Weight an 04 Camry can hold

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How much weight can my Camry carry ?
5/3/08desgnr
97 Camry LE 4 cyl.
I need to pick up some concrete pavers that are 2"x8"x16" & weigh 17 pounds
each.
I need 36 & the total weight will be 612 pounds.
Can i put these in the trunk safely ?



5/3/08ransley
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I dought it but stop loading when it sags, put some on the passenger
floor, seat, and rear seat, I overloaded mine and broke a spring when
hitting a bump.


5/3/08Sharx35

"desgnr" <des...@verizon.net> wrote in message
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The suspension in the FOUR cyl. is the shits. ANother reason that I am glad
that I bought the SIX cyl, unlike the cheapies here.


5/3/08ransley
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You say "unlike the cheapies here" OMG wtf , what a big shot spender
you are, it a dam Camry isnt it.


5/3/08Sharx35

"ransley" <Mark_R...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Who shit in YOUR Wheaties this morning?




5/3/08ransley
On May 3, 6:27 pm, "Sharx35" <shar...@hotmail.com> wrote:
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You are the one complaining about tire sensors being a waste of money,
and calling everyone with a 4cil "cheapies" read your posts, and quit
smokin whatever it is.


5/3/08zonie
I went on a toyota parts book from a dealer in my area to find out that the
springs on a 4 cyl and 6 cyl camry are the same. where could the difference
be? Scott
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5/3/08john...@hotmail.com
No, the springs on the 4- and the 6-cyl are not the same. Aftermarkets
may give you stronger springs for the 4-cyl but the OEM toyota springs
for them are JUNK like other said.
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5/3/08john...@hotmail.com
The 4-cyls have really cheap rear springs, maybe the fronts too. You
read reports of them sagging to easily. So take it easy while
loading. Maybe make two-three trips if not too much trouble.
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5/4/08ransley
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Just one, small, light body, in the trunk and you are bottoming out.


5/4/08Sharx35

"zonie" <sjemoomaw@nospam> wrote in message
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>I went on a toyota parts book from a dealer in my area to find out that the
> springs on a 4 cyl and 6 cyl camry are the same. where could the
> difference
> be? Scott
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What year of Camry, Scott? The 6 cyl, for CERTAIN years, such as 1999,
definitely has better SUSPENSION than its 4 cyl. counterpart. Under
SUSPENSION, I include such things as springs, struts, etc..


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5/4/08Sharx35

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Like I said, the 6 cyl. is FAR better...almost an entry-level Lexus.




5/4/08mack

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Yeah, right. My 4 cyl. '97 with 140k miles is just fine with the original
suspension components, thankyouverymuch.



5/4/08ransley
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And FAR worse on milage, which is all I care about.


5/4/08Sharx35

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Try loading more than, say 200 pounds in the trunk with MORE than 2 adults
in the car.


5/4/08Sharx35

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Who give a flying **** about mileage, you cheap bastard? You can't take it
with you, you know...so why go on the cheap? You only live once, you know.


5/4/08ransley
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> > On May 3, 9:44 pm, johngd...@hotmail.com wrote:

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> > > The 4-cyls have really cheap rear springs, maybe the fronts too. You
> > > read reports of them sagging to easily. So take it easy while
> > > loading. Maybe make two-three trips if not too much trouble.

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> > > On May 3, 5:48 am, "desgnr" <des...@verizon.net> wrote:

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> > > > 97 Camry LE 4 cyl.
> > > > I need to pick up some concrete pavers that are 2"x8"x16" & weigh 17
> > > > pounds
> > > > each.
> > > > I need 36 & the total weight will be 612 pounds.
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> > Just one, small, light body, in the trunk and you are bottoming out.

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> And FAR worse on milage, which is all I care about.
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At 4 bucks a gallon, dam right, Glad I sold my fullsize Blazer. I
wish I had a Hybrid, you moron. You really have a piss ass, little
bitch attitude, you shit head, you complain on tire sensors costing
money, you say 4 cil owners are "cheapies", you are acomplished at one
thing here, youranasshole, what, lost yur boyfriend BWAAAAAAA HAAAA
HAAAAAA


5/4/08Daniel
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Locate the sticker on the front driver side door post and find the
GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating). Subtract your weight and the
remainer is the rated load capacity for your car.
Also check the owner's manual to see if you need to add air in the
rear tires for "fully loaded - four passengers with luggage"
Good luck
Nikki
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