It would be possible for a Dewback to support one of the smaller transformers such as a mini-con, but a full-sized transformer would actually be bigger than a Dewback, so it wouldn't be able to support that much weight. AnswerParty on!
Transformers: Alternators (トランスフォーマー バイナルテック Toransufāmā Bainarutekku, Transformers: Binaltech) is a toyline of the Transformers series produced by Hasbro in North America, Europe and Takara in Japan, the primary selling point of which is the use of 1:24 scale, accurate real-world vehicle modes officially licensed from car manufacturers. Because of their model car appearances, they are into scale with model cars such as Maisto and Bburago. Typically for each vehicle there are two toys to go with it to match the base model and the sport model.
Fictional technology is an umbrella term for technological processes and devices that don't exist in reality, proposed or described in many different contexts:
Examples of such fictional technologies are:
Spy Changers are a sub-line of toys/characters which first appeared in the 2000-2001 Transformers Robots in Disguise (RiD) toy line. All 6 molds were originally produced as the Transformers: Generation 2 line's Go-Bots in 1995. (The GoBots name had by then been transferred to a pre-school line of Transformers produced by Hasbro subsidiary Playskool.) Despite being retooled versions of the GoBot line, the Japanese (2000) and American (2001) versions proved to be so popular that Hasbro commissioned four unreleased molds from 1995 be added to the Spy Changers line. Later, 4 new molds were based on larger characters from RiD.
Action Masters are a sub-line of the Transformers toy franchise, first released in 1990, with a wave of new releases released in Europe in 1991. It featured Transformers action figures who were unable to transform, but came with transforming partners, weapons or exo-suits. Some of the larger sets came with transforming vehicles or bases. This was the last sub-line release as part of the original Transformers toyline before the launch of Generation 2.