It only exceeds the weight capacity by 100 tons, it's nothing.
I mean it gives an opportunity for the guys to power wash the bottom of it and check for anything wrong with it
How are big blocks like this supposed to be transported? With a counterweight to stop the back of the forklift from flying up? Or are they just broken up into smaller pieces?
I'm more interested in those tires!
Pretty sure that's [here](https://www.coloradostonequarries.com/
New people bought the quarry a few years ago. The previous owners would cut blocks and sell them later. This meant they had a "stock yard" that was stacked several of these blocks tall. It was a good time to run around on them as a kid. Hide and seek was great.
I wonder how many peoples kitchen counters I've peed on?
Just have a couple (dozen) guys hang off the back to counterbalance it
I used to work for a company that built excavating equipment. People would come in with destroyed forks or buckets on their front end loader from doing shit like this and expect warranty. I know it’s just a dumb post on Reddit but that’s hundreds of thousands of dollars in equipment haha