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Went to the scales today. Fully fueled. No passengers. No cargo except for the baby’s car seat. F250 lariat. 6.7 diesel. All the options practically.
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Thanks for taking the time to post that. It would be interesting to see the results of a similar equipped Tremor with the 7.3.
 
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I was surprised that it was 7900 on the nose. With the gvwr of 10800 that puts “actual” payload at 2900. Listed door sticker payload is 2769.
 
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I’d be interested to see how the weight distribution changes with the lighter weight gas engine.
 

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The 6.2 gasser is about 850 pounds less than the diesel according to TFLtruck. IDK about the 7.3 gasser.
 
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