1999-2007 General QuestionsGeneral questions related to 1999-2007 Super Duty trucks. If it doesn't fit the other categories, post it here. Gas engine discussion that pertains to all models is allowed. Specific gas engine questions should use the Gas Engines forum.
I have the supercab, short bed 4x4, 6.0 250. With a spray-in liner, full of fuel, and no tool box yet, it grossed 7700. So take about 375 lbs off of that for the driver and passenger in this case, and you're left with 7325 approx. Also, if you look at the engine specs the 6.0 is real close, but slightly over the weight of the 7.3 engine. So a 7.3, ext cab 4x4, short bed could easily weigh ironically... right around 7300 lbs.
Mine was 6820 if I recall correctly with a full tank and just me. Thats a SB so its only 29 gallons of fuel.
03 7.3 EXT. cab 4x4 Powered by No Limit Diesel Performance, Trucks By Buck. DIY Tymar, IDMed, 5" Hypermax 3.5"DP, Autometer gauges, DP Tuner 6 pos. stock/40/80/100/140/High Idle, heater plug delete, BTS Valve Body a must for those of you who cant afford a BTS tranny yet, WW, and the Zoodad MOD.
2002 F-250 Lariat 4x4 crew-cab short-bed automatic, lots of stuff from DI Performance (Diesel Innovations)713/984-9441, Terminator hpop, ATS trans, and some good help from Chris Pitre at Pitre Automotive of Lafayette, LA 337/945-8049 (and a few other great sponsors) pm me for any details; Best time on 37's = 13.09 @ 102mph, #2 only;12.18 @ 111.71mph on Da Juice
Current Project: '86 Toyota regular cab, full tube chassis, fully built 7.3 Diesel Innovations Powerstroke engine and Terminator hpos
I was curious to know the rough number for stock weight to figure out how much I have added. I ran it across a scales last week and it weighs 9,000lbs with an EMPTY tank!! lol My tire / wheel combo weighs 292lbs each.
The AutoGuide.com network consists of the largest network of enthusiast-owned enthusiast-operated automotive communities.
AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community.