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Old 07-08-2007, 07:47 AM
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I went to the scrap iron yard the other day and weighed my truck, with me and a quarter tank of fuel it weighed 7330 lbs, I'm about 310 so I'll just say my truck weighs about 7000lbs even. What's everyone else weighing in at?
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Old 07-08-2007, 07:52 AM
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hrmmm.. I think I'll have to do the same.. cause I have no clue!
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Old 07-08-2007, 08:01 AM
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well Brant yours should be about the same as mine, I do have a toolbox with maybe 75 pounds of stuff in it and my gooseneck hitch in the bed also, so probably actually just a little shy of 7000lbs
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Mine weighs 7680 with a full tank, and me in it.
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Old 07-08-2007, 08:17 AM
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Cj - I'm guessing its near yours too... but I wanna know exactly

course that would mean stripping it of all car/baby seats, toys, etc... lol
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I hit the scales yesterday on my way to Elite. I had my truck and a 25' gooseneck with a 99 f-350 srw single cab. I hit 18,540lbs
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I went to the scrap iron yard the other day and weighed my truck, with me and a quarter tank of fuel it weighed 7330 lbs, I'm about 310 so I'll just say my truck weighs about 7000lbs even. What's everyone else weighing in at?
I thought these trucks curb weight is around 8k?
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Cj - I'm guessing its near yours too... but I wanna know exactly

course that would mean stripping it of all car/baby seats, toys, etc... lol
yeah I had all my kids stuff in mine also
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i did the same a while back my 04 cc 4wd with 1/8 a tank came in at 7,774
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Old 07-08-2007, 10:38 AM
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7600 lbs when I dumped my deck last week with 14 gal of fuel in the tank and my 200lbs in the seat
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