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Anyone know actual weight of 2008 KR Crew Cab 8' bed?

I'm going to tackle the exhaust soon but didn't know how close I would be to maxing a lift at my shop. I've seen several answers doing a search on Google but they were varying ranges so I would like to see several that are at least close. Thanks for the help!
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I'm going to tackle the exhaust soon but didn't know how close I would be to maxing a lift at my shop. I've seen several answers doing a search on Google but they were varying ranges so I would like to see several that are at least close. Thanks for the help!
I would think you'd be close to 9k.

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The registration on my 06 250 KR short bed crew cab says it weighs 6395 but I honestly don't see how that can be right. I would think it would be significantly heavier than that. So I am very curious about this as well

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My 08 250 cc 4x4 6 ft bed weighs 8100 full of fuel.
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I just got back from dumping off some yard waste at the county landfill ,they weigh you in and out then charge you by the weight you dumped. My 2008 crew cab F-350 DRW 4x4 KR weighs 8720 pounds empty (no people inside and about 3/4 tank of fuel).

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I think it also my be different if yours is a 250, 350, or 450. My 350 with me in it weighs in around 9200 pounds.


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I think it also my be different if yours is a 250, 350, or 450. My 350 with me in it weighs in around 9200 pounds.
Wow, unless you weigh 500lb, that would mean a SRW 350 weighs more than a DRW 350. Weird.
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Wow, unless you weigh 500lb, that would mean a SRW 350 weighs more than a DRW 350. Weird.
Nope I weigh 260 pounds. So my truck weighs 8940 pounds.


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Some of these flucuations in weight are the various interior packages, and what folks may have added to the trucks since their purchase. (i.e. lifts, tires, tool boxes, brushguards, you get the idea)

I would estimate your '08 around 8500# if empty and stock.
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Thanks ya'll! I assumed it was around 8500.
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