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Old 07-09-2011, 03:42 PM
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Curb weight on 2005 F250 CC SB 2wd

I'm just wondering how much the Big Girl weights? How much weight can I put in the bed, I am going to put a TON of welding tools etc in the bed, but I'm also thinking about a slide in camper too. idea?
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Old 07-09-2011, 04:20 PM
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Doesn't the door sticker say that info?
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No, The door list GVRW and CGVWR , but no curb weight.


To tag anything bigger than 12K in KS is a real pain as it is classified as a medium or heavy duty truck. I would like to stay legal with a trailer or at least have an idea how much I am breaking the law. How to people have a 12K tag on their truck and get by towing a 20K toy hauler or fifth wheel? The DOT has a pickup with portable scales around here and they love to use it. They will set up between town and the landfill and pull anyone over they can for a “road side safety inspection”.. I can roll on to a scale some time. The thought crossed my mind wile I was at the computer, so I decided to ask the question if anyone knows off hand.

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Probably between 7500 and 8000 if its a 4wd
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my 05, F250, 4x4, CC, 6 1/2 foot bed weighs 7440 with me in it.
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I had to weigh my truck before my move to Virginia. Totally empty, fuel light blaring, no pax, 7620 pounds.

Sorry. I'm 4WD... just noticed 2WD request.

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Any clue about payload rating?
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I had to weigh my truck before my move to Virginia. Totally empty, fuel light blaring, no pax, 7620 pounds.
Thanks. That leaves about 4K for a trailer
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Thanks. That leaves about 4K for a trailer
Yea, I had to get a higher class plate here in IL in order to tow anything of any significance. Now I have to have a fire extinguisher, flares, and a DOT inspection twice a year. Lucky me. But getting caught with the wrong plates and towing over weight means they take the truck and trailer.
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OUCH !!!! We are from the Government and were here to help you.
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