The truck, when it was finished, weighed in at 14,660 lbs. One tire and rim weigh 530 lbs with one rim by itself weighing 177 lbs. Why the weight reporting? Well, if you think about it, that means I have to balance a small block Chevy motor, complete with heads and intake, at each wheel spinning down the highway at 55 mph. Oh, that would be 4 small blocks; one at each wheel. Mind boggling when you think about it. So I ended up putting 6 lbs of ceramic beads in each of 3 tires with the remaining one wanting to see 7 lbs. They shudder a bit coming up to speed but at 55 mph it drives like a truck. I’d like to say “it’s a dream to drive” and that “I hardly notice any vibration” but I can’t. It drives like what you’d expect a 14,660 lb vehicle to drive. I don’t mind it bit. So to the left is the frame that I added to accommodate the 4-link suspension in the rear as well as the box support. I ended up supporting the front bumper off the frame as well due to the weight. The bumper hangs off the reinforced boxed end frame and then, with the weight coming down, pushes back against the frame. It works well.