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12,400 GVWR on the 2020 F350 SRW!

Saw this on the ford trucks forums and wanted to share here. Looks like the SRW got a nice bump to beat out the others!
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Well well.....that would be nice!!



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After reading over the 2020 Order Guide there's an issue here.

A) The Order Guide shows a 11, 400 lb (SRW) GWVR Package
B) The pictured order above shows 12,400 GVWR


Guess we will see what pans out. It's not in stone either way. I have seen Ford update the Order Guide in the past as they made some changes. Nothing says the order system is gospel either.

Adding to this topic the Order Guide shows a F250 Trailer Tow Package High Capacity that gives Increase GCW on diesel engine from 23,500 lbs. to 26,800 lbs.

Trucks usually curb weight in around 8,000-8,500lbs...Give that F250 that package pushes the GVWR to around 11, 300- 11,800. So that's more in line with an F-350 rating that has been a mainstay of 11,500lbs GVWR. I'll wait till the Tow Guide is out and trucks are hitting the lots to be reasonable.



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This is to compete with GM. The new GM 2500 I believe are at 11500 gvwr and 3500 is 12400-12500.


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The 12,400 GVWR is a nice change (as I stated in the other thread with the order guide). I'd hope they'd also bump the RAWR to 7500# with the tires being the limiting factor @ 3750# each. I'm not a fan of DRW trucks and this could put the F350 SRW trucks back with the legal limits when towing a large 5th wheels (>15-17k). It's not hard to exceed the 7000 or 7240# current axle rating with a 3.5k pin weight. If they wanted to up it more, the LT285s are rated at 3860# each for a 7720# rating. The Tremor trim is the first time I've seen LT285s on a factory produced truck so we know it's out there for an option. Even more capacity with LT295s. I doubt we'd ever see those on a stock setup.

Edit: the tremor has LT285/75r18 w/ 129/126 load index = 4080# @ 80psi.....now we are talking!
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That is a game changer. Been thinking dually, mainly because of high pin weight 5th wheel. Will have to wait and see some door stickers
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I figure the State Fair of Texas will be when we find out power numbers. As well as towing and payload numbers. Sep 27 is the start of the fair.


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They need to up the payload on the dually. All that rear tire capacity going to waste.


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I figure the State Fair of Texas will be when we find out power numbers. As well as towing and payload numbers. Sep 27 is the start of the fair.


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You were spot on with that guess.

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They are limited by federal vehicle classing. Class 4 is limited to 14k GVWR and anything over requires commercial insurance and licensing. That’s why a 350 has higher payload than a 450 even though the 450 is a much more capable truck.
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You were spot on with that guess.



They are limited by federal vehicle classing. Class 4 is limited to 14k GVWR and anything over requires commercial insurance and licensing. Thatís why a 350 has higher payload than a 450 even though the 450 is a much more capable truck.


I guess that makes sense.
I wonder if they could up the rear axle rating and not the GVWR? I really only worry about the axle ratings when loading my truck anyway.


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