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The easy and correct answer is to start with the Tire and Loading sticker on the door frame, driver's side. That will list the truck's official payload, as shipped from the factory. Subtract from that value any mods that have a significant weight, like a full truck box, large aftermarket bumper, etc. That would be your functional payload. Your functional payload could be more, such as for a 2008-10 F250 with the 10000lb GVWR package... The truck could handle more than that, but that is the official rating. With an F350 though, I would say that your listed payload is right about the limit.
2015 F350 DRW Platinum, SCT X4, EDGE CTS2, aFe PDS, AirLift 5000 Ultimate & Wireless Air, Lund LED Bull Bar, RC Grille bar, B&W 5th Wheel, Stark LED Lighting
2010 F250, H&S Mini Maxx, aFe PDS, Diamond Eye 4", Pro Comp Nitro 2.5", Bilstein 5100, SmittyBilt Bull Bar, Bushwacker Pocket Style, B&W Slider, Firestone Ride-Rite, Fuel Hostage 20x10, Pioneer/Kicker/JL Audio
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