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If you mean just the wet engine, it's about 960 pounds.
If you mean a wet but unloaded naked truck, a CrewCab 4x4 PSD longbed weighs about 7,400 before you add things such as toolbox, bedliner, stuff behind the seat, stuff in the console, gooseneck or 5er hitch, cooler, etc. An unloaded truck with normal stuff such as the above will scare 8,000 pounds, and most will go over 8,500 pounds with normal driver and passengers and tools, etc. A shorty is about 200 pounds less than a longbed. A 4x2 is more than 400 pounds less than a 4x4.
Smokey, curious what a stock V8 gasser would weigh. I've been told that the diesel is several hundred pounds heavier, perhaps as much as 600 lbs?). Anyone have that figure handy for a stock V8 that would be in a F250 or 350?
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LED running lights below doors for turn signals, marker lights, and courtesy lights from JadSolution
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2001 F-350, PSD, 4X4, True Blue, 152 WB, SRW, Auto Trans, Manual Hubs, PMT3, Off Road Package, AIC, Heated Excursion Tow Mirrors w/cut off switch, Extang Tonneau Cover, Westin Step Bars, Lund Bug Shield, Nifty floor mats, Custom rear bumper/w fog reverse lights & 3rd brake light, LED running lights below doors, Poron USA reverse backup sensors.
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