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Old 01-17-2008, 08:57 AM
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F250 vs. F350 weight comparo

I found it hard to search this, but whats the difference in weight between the two? I was thinking only a hundred lbs. or so between the springs is all?

Anything else different?
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no real weight difference.

Rear blocks are slightly bigger, spring rates are slightly different.

However the options you get determine weight more then 250 vs 350...

Unless you're meaning DRW... then the axle, spring rates, blocks, wheels, # of tires come into play.
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I would say it would depend on the package, bed, and cab conversions.

Sry didnt see Maintains reply when I posted.
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no real weight difference.

Rear blocks are slightly bigger, spring rates are slightly different.

However the options you get determine weight more then 250 vs 350...

Unless you're meaning DRW... then the axle, spring rates, blocks, wheels, # of tires come into play.
Same truck Ext cab, short bed both with oil burners.
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weight

my '02 cc sb lariet 4x4 weighed in at 7450 with an almost empty tank.
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I found it hard to search this, but whats the difference in weight between the two? I was thinking only a hundred lbs. or so between the springs is all?

Anything else different?
2007 Regular 2dr cab, 2 wheel drive, auto, air, no other options, no driver or riders with a full tank comes in at just under 7,000.

Yours ?

Come on in and post.

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