Can someone calculate the weight of the object and what would most likely happen in the following experiment that I have always been curious about: Imagine you have a brand new 52-foot standard refrigerated cargo trailer mounted on a brand new standard heavy duty sleep cab tractor (i.e., an "18-wheeler" or "tractor trailer). Assume a lead block that is 1" smaller in every dimension than the opening of the rear of the truck and also 1" shorter than the front to back length of the interior of the trailer. I use 1" inch less so no one says it would bind against the sides and it could not be inserted, but feel free to adjust that dimension slightly if it helps. Assume that this enormous lead block before being inserted into the trailer is laying on type of a hypothetical forklift's fork that is hypothetically long enough to be able to hold this long block of lead. And assume the forklift has enough counterbalance not to tip over from the weight of the block (I realize this probably doesn't exist). Also assume the forklift has a "pusher" behind its fork that can push this lead block off its fork. Also assume that the forks are not not thicker than one inch tall (so they will not bind against the truck opening when carrying this one inch lead block. Assume the truck is located on aircraft runway quality concrete that will support millions of pounds. Now here's the question: What would happen to the truck the instant this lead block is inserted into the truck and it begins to handle its load on its own? Would the tires instantly all burst? Would it crack the concrete? Would it not just instantly burst the tires but would crush the entire undercarriage of the truck's drive wheels and trailer wheels/axles and everything else in the undercarriage and just be flush with the ground? I'm really curious!