First up: 2020 F350 6.7L Crew Cab Long Bed SRW with Platinum trim. Not bad at 4,561lbs for a load rating. >>
Next in line: 2020 F450 6.7L Crew Cab Long Bed DRW with King Ranch trim. Interesting to see 4,782lbs payload, but then again those are big hips. LOL
In Spanish slang, the drw model is referred to as a petacona (big butt)...whatever the name, they sure cruise down the highway comfortably...
Yeah I’m shocked that the trim levels are so close. Usually the more stuff on the KR/Plat took the numbers down@Fishsizzle: Yes, the F450 DRW shows a load capacity only 200lbs+/- over a F350 SRW.
I was trying to find a F350 CC SB with the door stickers pictured, nothing yet.
As far as the trim level I was including that as to show if there was any significant difference between somewhat identical trucks. At this point trim levels don't seem to matter much at all. It's hard to find dealers that include pics of the door stickers. So I just try to make sure they are pretty close from the pics they do post.
Because the 250's are 10000#'s maximum GVWR, and 350's SRW go up to 12400#'s
Long bed trucks have a longer wheel base, that allows for better weight distributing between front and rear axle, that is one of the reasons for higher pay load