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I have the exact same truck. I think the truck will handle the load just fine, you would just have to be mindful of the extra weight for stopping purposes and handling changes etc. However, that would exceed your gvwr and rear axle rating leaving you at fault IF something were to happen, or the mto etc were to pull you over. I put 2 yards of limestone sittings in the back k of ky truck, im willing to bet I was over payload too, truck drove just fine, the suspension even handled it very well with minimal sag.
1997 f250 extended can SRW 4x4 7.3 turbo, e4od (mildly built up)
DP Tuner F6 tuned by Jody
Rosewood stage 2 180/80 injectors
4" straight pipe
Glowshift pyro, boost, tranny temp and fuel pressure gauges
Diesel site coolant filter
2" body lift and 35" Wrangler Dura Trac's
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