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Old 10-03-2012, 05:18 PM
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Truck weights?

Been searching a little and can't find any good info bunched together on this.

Can you guys list your truck and its empty weight?

Not interested in guessing or what the sticker has on it.
I would like to know actual vehicle weight.

I have a 2000 F250 SCSB 4X4 with 35" tires.

My truck empty, and around half tank of fuel weighs between 6700-6950 lbs.
The scale I was on is for semis and could have been a little different with mud and such.

What do you guys have?

I put this in the general forum because I figure everyone can get involved. Might be interesting on how much differences there could be.

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Old 10-04-2012, 04:29 PM
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2000 CC LB DRW with a 1/4 tank and me in it was right around 8,000 pounds. With a full tank without me, it would be right around there. This is based on the scrap yard scale.
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2006 F250 Harley Davidson Edition with stock rims and tires
Scrap yard scale wighed in at 7960lbs with 3/4 of a tank of fuel, me (215) and my boy (40) in it.
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8150 with me in it, at 170 lbs, and a quarter tank of fuel.
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That is what I have been wondering. Why is my truck 1,000 lbs lighter than what everyone on here always talks about?

Not disputing what you guys are posting though!! Just wondering.

The cclb and drw makes some sense.
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I rolled across at 8250, me, bumpers, and loaded toolbox included.(and my 50lb train horns)

You have to remember you are missing two doors that the others have. Thats a lot of metal right there
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Old 10-05-2012, 02:43 AM
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I have had people tell me they expect my truck to weigh more. Personally I don't care, less weight equals less fuel and faster truck. Lol
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2006 F250 Harley Davidson Edition with stock rims and tires
Scrap yard scale wighed in at 7960lbs with 3/4 of a tank of fuel, me (215) and my boy (40) in it.
I'm very close on this. 2006 F250 Lariat CCSB 4x4, stock 20s and tires, 7950 with me and the wife in it on the COOP scale.


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Scrap yard scale put my 250 CCSB 4x4 at 8100 with myself (180) and less than 1/4 tank
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