Look on the sticker inside the driver door jam. It will give you your GVWR, its probably 10,000 pounds. Their is another sticker that says something like "persons, and items (payload) should not exceed more than x,xxx, pounds". If you subtract your estimated max payload from your GVWR you will get an estimated curb weight of your truck. This is assuming your truck is all stock. You can also add an estimated weight of any stuff you carry and your person.
If your on the highway a lot stop at a weigh station and get on the scale, then you'll know for sure.
Weighed mine recently and it was 8,600LBs with two people in the cab, fuel tank full, and backseat and bed empty (except for 2 stall mats in the bed). Without mats would be about 8,400, and then subtract 500LBS for the two people, leaving a net curb weight of 7,900LBs.
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