|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|05-08-2018 05:49 AM|
Originally Posted by Left Coast Geek View Post
|05-07-2018 08:34 PM|
|Left Coast Geek||
the truck's GVWR and axle ratings is based on the weakest of the tires, brakes, hubs, axles, springs, frame, and suspension links.
just saw a bit where some guy thought he could beef up his F150 by using the optional heavier duty springs, someone pointed to a ford document showing that depending on the factory load rating, there might be 3 different steel thicknesses in the frame....
they engineer these things to quite tight specification tolerances.
|05-07-2018 08:13 PM|
Originally Posted by DMc View Post
|05-07-2018 08:11 PM|
|MightyMouse75||Sorry, I kept putting GVCW when I should have been saying GVWR.|
|05-07-2018 07:03 PM|
|DMc||By the look of his signature Iíd say he already solved the problem.|
|05-07-2018 06:17 PM|
Originally Posted by MightyMouse75 View Post
|05-07-2018 03:49 PM|
|MightyMouse75||There is no legal way to increase GCWR. The only legal option is to reduce truck weight in order to increase payload. While the payload sticker is static, its the gcwr that you must adhear to. You should either step up to a bigger truck, or get a bunper pull. Sorry..|
|02-11-2018 12:42 PM|
|s10mike||dually rear diff, dually box/bed. We had to do a chevy at work up like that due to my boss ordering the wrong truck from the dealer. it worked good|
|02-11-2018 11:04 AM|
Is Increasing payload rating possible?
I'm trying to decide on a fifth-wheel toy hauler/camper. I find plenty of options that are well within the current max tow rating(16900lbs) of my truck but in many instances, the pin weight puts it beyond the spec for my truck.
Is there realistically any way to bump the in-bed payload(pin weight capacity) of my F250 legally? ...and feasibly?
I'm aware that the truck would have no problem exceeding some of these limits functionally w/air bags etc... but I don't want to get into hot water with the law if there were some kind of accident.
If it comes to it, I can trade into a F350 or something but I like my current truck.
Here is the door-jam sticker...and the truck does have the 10k GVWR option(and the 6.7 obviously).