As high as the manufacturer made it. Length does not determine height.
Height: about 10 feet Length: 25 feet
what is the weight and length of a 1970 chevy shortbed truck?
Width: 9 feet-6 inches. Height: 13 feet. Turn Radius: 37 feet. Maximum chute length: 16 feet.
It depends on the height of the curb.
That depends on Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, not length. You could be talking about anything from a Class 3 truck up to a Class 8 truck.
Varies, depending on frame length, bed length, bed wall height, material bed is made of (steel or aluminum), etc. Generally, you'd be looking at anywhere between 11,000 - 14,000 lbs.
As long as the manufacturer wishes to make it. Tonnage is determined by the weight rating of the axles, not by the length.
Well, it sort of depends on what you're measuring, exactly. If it's distance-based dimension, whether it be height, width, length, wheelbase, etc., a simple tape measure is normally used. For weight, you'd need a truck scale.
If the truck is a Engineering model 1UD, it's approximately 23,000 lbs.
there is no set height of a truck. the height depends on the type of truck and the configuration for which it is built.however the maximum legal height for a truck, without special permit is 13 ft 6 inches.
there is no set length for a flatbed truck the length of a flatbed truck depends on the length of the chassis on the truck there is a legal limit to the length of overhang past the back axle