Most short bed trucks can fit 4×8 plywood. Some minivans can also carry a single sheet of plywood inside. And, if you have a car, you can attach a utility trailer to it.
Another frequent question is “Will a 4×8 sheet of plywood fit under tailgate?”.
Just so you know – even on the Acadia’s (which will fit 4′ wide stuff) if you put a 4×8 in – the tail gate will NOT shut all the way. So by your description, if you put the material on an angle then the tail gate will shut even less. 2x4x8’s fit because they can go between the front seats. A 4×8 sheet hangs out about 6-8 inches.
Will a 4×8 sheet of plywood fit in a suburban?
A 4×8 sheet of plywood does fit in a Chevy Suburban. The model year of your Suburban will determine how you put the plywood in your vehicle and how many sheets you can hold .
There are models of the Tahoe that plywood does not fit into, so you should probably be careful if attempting to do this and take a tape measure to your vehicle to get an exact measurement. Will a sheet of plywood fit in a Ford Explorer ? Yes, the new models of the Ford Explorer should be able to carry a sheet of plywood without too many problems.
If you need to fit a 4×8 sheet of plywood inside your Suburban, you need to make sure you can take our or flatten all of the seats. All of the newer models allow them to just be flattened, but most older models require some work to remove the third row of seats.
Can a short bed truck Fit 4×8 plywood?
Plywood is most commonly sold in 4 x 8 foot sheets. Which makes these sheets as wide, and as long, as a double bed. So, moving plywood from the store to your home is going to be tricky without a trailer or a truck. So what vehicles can fit sheets of 4×8 plywood? Most short bed trucks can fit 4×8 plywood.
The average 4×8 sheet of plywood is half an inch thick or 16 cubic feet. That means you can fit approximately 7 sheets of plywood at max capacity per trip. You also should not worry about weight for this trip since the average 4×8 sheet of plywood weighs about 61 pounds.