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Old 11-10-2013, 06:19 PM   #1
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Default Curb weight of truck

I have a 2013 F-150 STX, 5.0 V8 super cab and would like to have an idea of the empty weight of this truck without driving to a scale. GVWR is 7,100 lb on the door sticker.

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from your stated 7100# gvwr you must be a 2wd supercab which has a 1870 payload. subtract that from 7100 and your truck weighs 5230 empty. people and gas come off the 1870 payload according to F150 specs. 4wd supercab is 7350# with 1840 payload.
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from your stated 7100# gvwr you must be a 2wd supercab which has a 1870 payload. subtract that from 7100 and your truck weighs 5230 empty. people and gas come off the 1870 payload according to F150 specs. 4wd supercab is 7350# with 1840 payload.
Thanks for that very useful info. I thought the weight would be around 5000+. I had called Ford Customer Assistance the other day with the curb weight question and the lady tried to convince me that the GVWR was that.
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My 2010 FX2 Screw 4.6L 3V with less than 1/4 tank of gas and no spare weighed in just over 5k on a scale. I was surprised.
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You can look up your exact specs online. Just google F150 curb weight.

My 06 SuperCrew 6.5ft bed 5.4L 4x4 comes in at around 5700lbs with 7200GVWR.
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For comparison, this is the CAT scale ticket for my 2013 F-150 XLT SCrew EB 4x4 3.73 5.5ft bed Max Tow and OffRoad Packages. This is with a full 36-gallon tank.

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Thanks to all who replied. Bought a 1.5 ton floor jack at Harbor Freight and have decided that it's going to be very borderline, so will return it for a 3 ton just to be on the safe side.
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Question Max tow capability?

I am new here and could use some help. My door sticker states 7100# as well. How does that relate to how much I can tow? The 2012 Ford towing guide shows my model (SC, 4x2, 5.0) can tow 8200#. I am a bit confused in figuring out exactly what my tow/bed weight limits are. Any help would be appreciated. Window sticker attached....

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My 2010 FX2 Screw 4.6L 3V with less than 1/4 tank of gas and no spare weighed in just over 5k on a scale. I was surprised.
No offense but i dont believe this. My 2009 f150 platinum when it was all stock minus a bed cover with about a 1/4 tank and me in it (180). Weighed 6400 pounds at a certified scale at the track. Now it is a 4x4 but thats not a 1k pound difference,
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No offense but i dont believe this. My 2009 f150 platinum when it was all stock minus a bed cover with about a 1/4 tank and me in it (180). Weighed 6400 pounds at a certified scale at the track. Now it is a 4x4 but thats not a 1k pound difference,
So how can you say that, when Caliban 10010 previously posted a Cat scale receipt showing a weight of 5760. And his is a 4x4 like yours.

My 2010 FX2 Supercrew shows a payload of 1675. I bet that's higher than your 4x4.

Subtracting the 1675 from the 7100 GVWR and I am only at 5425.
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