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‘19 F250/350 towing cap

Hey guys. Im getting ready to order a 2019 superduty 6.7 crew cab long bed 4x4 srw. There is $2,500 difference between building a f250 and a f350. At the dealer tonight and the charts we were going over do not show much info on towing capicity, most of the boxes just had a (-) instead of a value.
Im mainly concerned with the goose neck fifth wheel. Any one know what they are.
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They're both listed at the same specs on ford site.

Maximum Conventional Towing
21,000 lbs.
Maximum 5th Wheel Towing
27,500 lbs.
Maximum Gooseneck Towing
35,000 lbs.
Maximum Payload
7,640 lbs.
Maximum GVWR
14,000 lbs.

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They're both listed at the same specs on ford site.

Maximum Conventional Towing
21,000 lbs.
Maximum 5th Wheel Towing
27,500 lbs.
Maximum Gooseneck Towing
35,000 lbs.
Maximum Payload
7,640 lbs.
Maximum GVWR
14,000 lbs.
Thats for the f350 drw. Its says it in the fine print. The f250 dosent have the helper leaf in the rear like the f350s
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If your going to tow a 5th wheel/gooseneck get the 350. You will have a 11,500 GVWR vs the 10,000 GVWR of a 250. GVWR = gross vehicle weight rating
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Keep scrolling down near the bottom they break it down by configuration.

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If your going to tow a 5th wheel/gooseneck get the 350. You will have a 11,500 GVWR vs the 10,000 GVWR of a 250. GVWR = gross vehicle weight rating
You can order the 350 srw in the 10k gvwr also which is what confuses me. Ive never built to order a truck b4, only bought off the lot.
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You can order the 350 srw in the 10k gvwr also which is what confuses me. Ive never built to order a truck b4, only bought off the lot.
Yeah i don't know why they have the 10K 350. It doesn't cost any more to get the 11,500 rating.

If you figure the truck will weigh roughly 8,000 pounds empty and you put a 5th wheel hitch weight of 2,000 pounds (which is normal) you already maxed out the truck weight without gear, people, fuel, or anything else you put in the truck.

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You can order the 350 srw in the 10k gvwr also which is what confuses me. Ive never built to order a truck b4, only bought off the lot.
Yeah i don't know why they have the 10K 350. It doesn't cost any more to get the 11,500 rating.

If you figure the truck will weigh roughly 8,000 pounds empty and you put a 5th wheel hitch weight of 2,000 pounds (which is normal) you already maxed out the truck weight without gear, people, fuel, or anything else you put in the truck.
They offer the 10k GVWR option on the trucks for businesses buying them such as lawn service guys. If the GVWR is 10,0001 lbs then you have to go through DOT paperwork and have physicals completed for the new federal rules.
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The 10K payload option for the F350 SRW trucks is used to help with taxes in some states. Taxes can be based on what the GVWR is for the vehicle.


Just order the F350. Trying to save $2500 over a GVWR rating isn't what you want to do.



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Im going to look at the gvwr on my 2012 f350 and match it. I only pull the 5er 2times a year less then 150miles each way, but i cant stand when a truck is towing and it sags below a level ride height. How ever i will say the 2019 f250 towers over my stock 2012 f350 lol.
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