lucky my wife weighs 115 lbs, seriously....Me an a buddy couldn't even go out for a beer!usmc said:I can't believe the weight capacity is this low! pic is from a sol
kingarthur said:My advice: don't pay any attention to any posted weight limits. They don't mean squat. I cn only surmise that some GM lawyer stuck them in there
to forestall any bird brained liability cases. Lok at the warnings on anything
that you buy these days. The warnings are preposterously idiotic (don't
operate your toaster underwater, etc.) , but the court cases these days are just as preposterously idiotic, in line with the juries that deliver verdicts.
I don't think it's a suspension problem that can be solved by heavier springs. Over time, excess passenger weight in a convertible causes the frame of the car to sag. You don't have this problem in a hard top car because the top is like a bridge superstructure that actually helps supports the frame. For that reason, a similarly sized sedan will have a higher loading capacity.Ernest said:I'm 6'2" 275, sat in the SOL just fine, I will put in heavier suspension!:lol: :lol: :thumbs: