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So how heavy? 6.0L F350 4x4 CC LB SRW

I'm trying to get a handle on how much payload is left if I get a loaded Lariat trim on an 06 or 07 PSD/Auto F350 4x4 CC LB w/ SRW. Anybody got curb weights or better yet -- camper sticker figures for a similar rig?

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My new 06 CC King Ranch LWB F-350 FX4 4x4 loaded with everything....
Door sticker says that the total payload and occupants, is 2189 kg / 4826 lbs.

So, by the time I loaded toys on board, I am roughly just under 2 tonnes payload capacity... 6000 kg GVM. Looks to me like you are safe up to about 2 tons or just a tad under...

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My F250 weighs in at about 7750lbs. Subtract that from your GVW and that is about what you will have give or take a couple of hundred pounds.

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Thanks Lone Ranger,

I'm guessing that you have Dual rear wheels to have 4000+ payload left over after loaded with trim? Is that right? I'm interested in SRW for a number of other reasons and I suspect it has a lot less remaining payload -- but hell I'm the new kid on the block with a lot to learn!

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I think that my '06 F-350 CC SB SRW payload is 3,656 lbs with passengers and cargo.


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Thanks Lone Ranger,

I'm guessing that you have Dual rear wheels to have 4000+ payload left over after loaded with trim? Is that right? I'm interested in SRW for a number of other reasons and I suspect it has a lot less remaining payload -- but hell I'm the new kid on the block with a lot to learn!

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kdubin, WOW, you are right... I forget they make a single wheel F-350! That is nuts...

You are right, mine is a Dually! Forget all of my figures if you have SRW, as the DRWheels gives you a bigger payload.... Check the door sticker on the one you are looking at... And keep in mind a 350 is going to ride a little harder if you don't load it up.... Regards, Ranger
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My F250 weighs in at about 7750lbs. Subtract that from your GVW and that is about what you will have give or take a couple of hundred pounds.
shadow is your truck a crew or extended? i cant believe my truck is almost 8000lbs ! lol it rides like a brick too, just takes off fast :p
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