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Old 08-31-2018, 08:58 AM
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Yep that is so true! You dont get significant bumps in payload with a 250 diesel. Then when you see the difference between DRW and SRW it will really shock you. Mine is just shy of 5800 on my 16 350 DRW 6.7. To really put that in perspective I could haul me, a full fuel tank and my 2013 F150 and be right at my GVWR.

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When I was shopping to replace my 2016 F150XLT with 1964 lbs of payload every F250 Diesel only gave about 250-300 lbs more payload, 2200 vs 1964 lbs. I therefore bought a F350 Diesel CCSB with 3500 lbs of payload. You must look at the yellow sticker on the door post to see actual payload.

Here are some payload stickers.
My 2017 F350 Lariat CCSB @ 3500lbs
A F250 CCSB XLT CCSB @ 2291 lbs
A F250 CCSB Platinum CCSB @ 1972 lbs

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Old 09-04-2018, 01:02 PM
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Originally Posted by BCMIF150 View Post
I've moved up from my 2017 F150 Platinum to this beast. I'm going to be up sizing the travel trailer so something bigger was needed. I'll be sticking around because there is so much good information on here.

2019 F250 Agate Black Lariat, 6.7L PowerStroke
This is pretty much exactly what I would buy if I could justify it. Just don't need the payload as the heaviest pull is the 23' TT at 5500 lbs. Other trailers with toys aren't even close to that and with the boat being dry docked at the lake it would just be an overkill.

Enjoy the heck out of that beauty. I know I would.
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Old 09-05-2018, 12:02 PM
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Stick with a travel trailer with that beautiful 250 and you'll be OK...just watch the hitch weight.
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Old 10-01-2018, 12:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Magnetic157 View Post

100% agree - most people donít realize this. I was looking at a 250 Lariat PS at my local dealer last weekend and the payload was only 2,110 lbs!! My 150 is 1,865 lbs - a measly 245 lbs difference.

Hopefully OP looked at and understood his payload prior to purchasing...
Originally Posted by mark waller View Post
Payload was my exact question. Usually you want to go with a 350 with a diesel because the weight of the engine greatly reduces payload on a 250 to not much more than a 150.

I bought the 250 for the exact purpose of more capacity... I put 15000lbs behind it routinely........ A little squat, no where near bottoming out... And truck pulls like its not back there.... I dont remember my F150 being able to do that... Just saying...

@OP Congrats and happy hauling.
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Ordered an F250 on 9/22 and picked it up today. I traded in my 2015 F-150 XLT crew cab with FX4 package. I went from 1,680 lb payload to 3,050 lb payload.

I had to special order the Superduty to get what I wanted: Magnetic Gray, Crew Cab, 4X4, 4.30 electronic locking axle, FX4 Package, Extended Running Boards, Tough Bed Spray-In Liner and Lariat Value Package.
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Old 12-28-2018, 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by skoryd View Post
What a great truck! I recently did the same thing and traded in my 2012 5.0 150 screw for a 2019 6.7 250 crew with the 8ft bed. I do kind of miss the turning radius of the short 150, but otherwise, as far as towing goes, there really is no comparison. Attachment 548793

This is a new 250 king ranch wit a diesel and payload is only 2029 but dealer keeps saying I cal haul more but no payload as I have a 5 er pin of 1605 hitch of 335 and two people of 375. I am going by the tire sticker on door post for payload is that correct? Is that sticker a government requirement, who do I can write to them
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