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rhagfo

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Posted: 09/07/13 03:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Charli wrote:

Finally made it to the scales, what a surprise.
5er - '12 Cougar XLite 26SAB \ Dry Wt 6755, Pin Wt 1150
TV - '08 Ram 2500 Laramie, Quad, 4x4, CTD, 3.73

======2500 Ratings===Without Trailer== With Trailer
GAW-F ==5,200.========4,629.=======4,608.
GAW-R ==6,200.========3,174.=======4,982.
GVW====9,000.========7,803.=======9,590.
GCW===20,000.=====9,590 + Trailer Axles 6,812 = 16,402.
Payload==1,970.========1,197.=======-590. overweight
Trailer Wt loaded, no water - Trailer Axles 6,812 + 1787 Pin = 8,599



I don't see an issue, yes you are over the trucks GVWR, but well under the RAWR of 6,100#, you have 1,200# of margin on the stock size tires, and remember as a 2500 series RAM you have a STRONG full floating rear axle.
Likely sits level or a bit tail up still, I would not give it a second thought.


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2005 Copper Canyon 293 FWSLS, 32' GCVW 19,500#

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info on our 2012 F350-DRW and Alpine 3720fb.

====350 Ratings===Without Trailer== With Trailer
GAW-F ==5,400.========tbd==============5,240.
GAW-R ==9,000.========tbd==============6,660.
TRLR===15,500.========================10,600.
GCWr===30,000.========================22,500.
GVWr===13,300.========================11,900.

Trailer Wt loaded,no water - Trailer Axles 10,600+ 2700(est)Pin = 13,300 (dry weight sticker 12,465)

* This post was edited 09/21/13 08:46pm by sdetweil *


2012 Ford F350 DRW, 6.7 diesel.
2013 Keystone Alpine 3720FB

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2012 Ram 3500 CC DRW Big Horn with Max Tow
F axle 4800 (rated 5500) R axle 6640 (rated 9350) Truck total 11,240 (rated 12,300) full fuel, tools, hitch, tools ready for 3 month snowbird trip.

2013 KZ Stoneridge Sportster 41CKS toy hauler: Pin wt 2570 ; axle wt 13,260 trailer total 15,830 tanks empty, propane full, Harley Heritage in garage, clothes, food, supplies ready for 3 month snowbird trip. Trailer GVWR 19,000.

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Info on our 2013 F350-DRW 2wd and Brookstone 354TS.

====350 Ratings===Without Trailer== With Trailer
GAW-F ==5,250.======4,500==============4,540.
GAW-R ==9,650.======4,000==============7,340.
TRLR===15,500.========================11,240. axles 2x7000
TRLR===15,500.========================14,580. total
GCWR===30,500.========================23,120.
GVWr===14,000.========================11,880.
CCC=====6,151
PIN======3,340

Truck and trailer loaded with fuel, water 2/3 full (about 55 gal). No swivel wheel with this weighing.

* This post was last edited 05/03/14 08:01am by Winged One *   View edit history


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Front 7460 AS you can see my front axles weights more then most pickups weight.
Rear 6280
Total 13740
above is the truck weight without the camper.
Front 7002
Rear 8550
Pin weight 4270
Camper axles 14188
GRoss with the camper 29740 with no water and no propane.
1987 Ford F800 Diesel with Road Ranger 10 speed, 60" stand up sleeper and hauler bed.
Camper 2012 Heartland Landmark Key Largo, 41ft long and gross weight around 16,250.
Hitch is Trailer Saver TS3
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OK folks back on topic
"Whats Your Real Weights? Truck and Trailer. The Real Deal"

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JohnnyT wrote:

OK folks back on topic
"Whats Your Real Weights? Truck and Trailer. The Real Deal"

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LOL, but by the looks of things, you have had a very busy day!

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Ok, in response to the title of the post and without fear from the weight watchers international. Here we go,

2012 F-350 Lariat FX4 Crew cab on 20's with me, the boss and our dog full of fuel.

2014 Work and Play 44RLS with normal supplies full tank of fuel in fuel station, but no toys on board.

Steer axle - 5100
Drive axle - 6800
Trailer axle(3)-9420
Gross - 21,320
Trailer weight is just north of 13,000
Trailer GVWR is 20,840 or in other words 7,000+ for toys............
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Johnny_H wrote:

Ok, in response to the title of the post and without fear from the weight watchers international. Here we go,

2012 F-350 Lariat FX4 Crew cab on 20's with me, the boss and our dog full of fuel.





Just curious, how much fuel does your brand of dog hold? [emoticon]


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tgreening wrote:

Johnny_H wrote:

Ok, in response to the title of the post and without fear from the weight watchers international. Here we go,

2012 F-350 Lariat FX4 Crew cab on 20's with me, the boss and our dog full of fuel.





Just curious, how much fuel does your brand of dog hold? [emoticon]


About 3 1/2" gallons. Enough to clear out a fairly large room.

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