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Old 03-08-2007, 02:10 PM
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i went to a metal scrap yard and weighed my truck today, with and 1/8th tank of fuel and me on the scale it only hit 7700. is this scale off or what alot of you guys weigh alot more than me and ive got an excursion.

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I finally got my truck over a scale. My tank was empty so we have to take that in to account but my tear weight was 7350 give or take a couple frostys.
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with me in it and 1/2 tank of fuel, it weighed 8300lbs
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I have weighed mine before and she was around 8600 lbs. Its a 4 door short bed 3/4 ton. but i have toolboxes in the bed and a small air compressor. I just never new those things added that much extra weight.
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Bone stock with 9 gallons of fuel mine weighed 7800 pounds
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I did mine a few weeks ago at a trash dump. Half tank of fuel, and me it was 7,774. 04 4door, short bed 4x4
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03 Crew Cab 4x4 short box with 7.3L with 1/2 tank of fuel weighed in at 7320 with me in it.
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Got you all beat, 9,478 lbs full of fuel (660 ltrs), tools, wife, father, all the baggage, christmas presents and a small dog.
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With my 200 lb buddy onboard, it weighed 8540! That includes a box full of tools, half tank of fuel, a chain, hydraulic jack and the ARE tonneau cover. It's a good thing I lost the extra weight of the kitty and muffler!
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mine with 20 gallons of fuel weighs in at 7900 lbs. bed has nothing in it.
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I weigh 9,800 full of fuel, not me in it. I have a hydro bale unroller on mine though. And if I have 2 round bales I weigh about 12,500lbs
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2wd CC short bed--full fuel--one passenger 6850 on the landfill scales.
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weighed mine today. 8080 that was with 1/4 tank of fuel and no one in it
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I guessed my old 7.3 to be around 8k
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Truck in Sig weighs 7500# on scale.
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Race weight (nothing in it but seats) with 1.8th tank was 7140, daily driver weight is closer to 8,000 with tools and such.
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8120lbs with 35's, ranchhand bumpers 1/4 tank and toolboxes on same scale as Marty's.
I added a couple for ya stumpy

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Old 03-08-2007, 02:21 PM
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im thinking if they pay by the pound for scrap, i wouldnt trust it. i would go to a certified scale. however, if it is used in trade it should be inspected by the state, not sure about your states laws though.
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Old 03-08-2007, 02:43 PM
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yeah im thinkin i should try a truck stop scale next
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Old 03-08-2007, 04:10 PM
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Go to a CAT scale at a truck stop.. They are Guaranteed to be correct.
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Old 03-08-2007, 04:43 PM
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Maybe go to a grain depot?
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I agree Stump...use a certified scale at a truck stop. I've used them many times in my cross country moves (Navy) and found them to be pretty accurate. Let us know how it tips out.
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Old 03-08-2007, 06:09 PM
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Ol' Boudreaux be scimmin off da top of dat dare metal, shay.
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