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4x4 pickup tippers - which have best capacity

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I'm weighing up selling my transit tipper and getting a 4x4 pickup tipper.


So obviously, none of the pickups will be able to fit a chip box that can match a transit's capacity.


But which will fit the most. My assumption is that a Landy Defender 130 will be the biggest. But i hate driving defenders. Will a Ranger or L200 fit a decent size chip box?

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Isuzu dmax on eBay with alloy tipper and toolbox. 770kg max load and it all looks properly done.


In short nothing comes close to a defender but I get where your coming from on the difference in ride when compared to a jap pick up.



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Isuzu d max is the worst 4x4 I've ever bought, still got a 08 ranger a that is the best all rounder, defenders aren't far the best off road but terrible to drive in the road, but as Mick as said none of them are great capacity wise.

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