How much aprox. does an XLT lariat F250 with a super cab weigh? I found one about an hour and a half away but I dont know how I can get it home. The rear brake lines are bad so it cant be driven. I really want this truck but I was wondering if a tandem single wheel car trailer will handle the weight? Theyre around 7 to 8 thousand right?
Sounds pretty close. The Beef weighs in @ 8,000 with an empty aux fuel tank. Problem is these trucks are of course wider than most cars and need a wide trailer to compensate.
Good Luck on the purchase and give us details on the truck and outcome....Price, miles body....Location of truck so we can buy, er a looky. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img] [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/phoney.gif[/img]
Well the truck is an 89. Body is rough which is what I want because with a rough body I can get it cheaper and I have a few years to work on it (I'm only 14). Its an XLT Lariat 4x4 5spd which is exactly what I'm looking for. Its in Connecticut which would be quite a hike from you but if you want to pick it up for me [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]. I am hoping that if I get it I can get it for about 12 to 13 hundred. I hope I get it because this is exactly what I invisioned in my head when I thought " well my uncle had that 89 that had over 400k on it and ran great, damn I wish he sold that when I was older." Its on Ebay if you look under Ford F250. I'll inform you tommorow on how it goes as the auction ends tommorow. That trailer I was talking about hauls big ole caddys for demos. Go to racingredneck.com . That car is a 69 painted up like a cow, ran for 5 derbys.
Thanks for the quick reply.
Nevermind, the bid is up over 1400 and I really dont have the money right now. Im not working because I got laid off for the winter at the garden center. Once I sell my dirtbike I'll have a bit more leway. Anybody want to buy a Kawasaki KDX 200 2004 with almost no hours for 3000? PM me if your intrested [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img].
a word of advice to ya Chris. by al means drive the truck. i knwo you cant break but you can downshift which will be as close to a break as you can get. check all the fluid levels and how they look. if somehting is very cloudy or has water droplets in it, just pass that truck up. trust me, i passed on several trucks befofe i baught my own truck. also check under the truck for any oil stains or coolant puddles. if you see them and they are thick or big, pass it up. you'll end up, more than likely, replacin the rear seal or rear main. i had to do that (luckily my dealer paid for it) them seals are very expensive to install. also check the belts to make sure they aint cracked or loose. check all gauges, and play with everything you can. you might also want to cehck the fuel tanks to make sure they aint leakin. when you drive it (slow) shift normal than just about peel out on a straight away to see how it performs. make it rumble. also make sure the fuel tank switch works, wind shield wipers, blinkers, etc etc. i know im borin you but you need a truck that will last you. ask me how i know to check for these things...i'll tell you becasue i didnt check tehm until i took my truck home and you guessed it, i paid dearly for it. but hey, im gonna have a bad ass truck after my fresh paint, stacks, and propane along with new apolstery.
im like you, im not old enough to drive yet. (will be this comin november).............Gibson
new newer rig: '05 greyish/balckish Ford F-350 XLT Lariat, Crew Cab, 6.0L PowerStroke, Fx4, Leather and all the electric goodies besides a moon roof, auto trans, 3:73's, leveling kit. SCT Looney Tune stacked with Edge Juice with Attitude, and 4" turbo back exhaust. 91K.... blew HPOP and headgaskets. In shop for now. maybe by the 8th ill have her back with new long block! sweet!
newer rig: late '99 Red Ford F-350 PowerStroke, 4x4, CC, 4r100 Auto Trans, 3:73's, Stage Coach Conversion, 4" DP to 5" up to 6" stack, aFe Stage II intake, DP Tuner 4pos chip, dFUSER oil crossover line, 10K mod, AIC controller, '06 18" King Ranch Wheels. 225K.
new rig: CUMMINS POWERED '95 F-350 XLT, crew cab, Blue & white, ZF5-speed, 4x4 with auto locking hubs, 4:10 gears, 283K miles, 3" DP to 5" exhaust, Auto Meter A-pillar 3-gauge pod with EGT, Water temp and oil pressure.
hmmm. i'd like t know what mine weighs too. 89 f-250 4x4 xlt supa-cab. my 2 post lift at the shop is rated at 9000, ive had a 2500 reg. cab cummins on it, which was a purty good load. lol
it took a 24' gooseneck (with 4' dove) to get my IDI home when the transfer case puked 2 weeks ago. no way in heck it would fit on anything less than a 20'. better have more than 3500 lb axles..these things are PIGS.
1989 F-250 7.3 IDI, 4x4, 4" Rough Country Lift, Hypermax Turbo, 128K, 5 Speed, 4.10 gears, Custom air intake, "MIG-Made" Propane Kit, 3.5" Dual Chrome Stacks w/ straight exhaust, 285/75/16 tires on Classic 589s, Pioneer MP3 Player with 10" sub, Galaxy DX959 CB. Savin' some bread for some new 315/75 shoes.
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Hold it 'til the valves float!
An extended cab 250 should way less then 7000, it will also fit on a 16ft. pull behind trailer, i would want another foot or 2 for on a goose, i hualed my 89 home on a 20ft-4ft dove, and it wasn't on the dove. My 92 std. cab weighs in at 6200-6300.
93 F250, regular cab, 4x4, 7.3 NA, ZF5, 3.55, 209k miles, came home 2/28/06, soon to be turbo.
92 250, regular cab, 4x4, 7.3 NA, E4OD, 3.55, 316k miles, came home 8/28/04, aluminium 16x7 wheels, 285/75/16 Sport King AT.
89 250, extended cab, 4x4, 7.3, ATS wastegated, 5" straight pipe, hand shaker, 4.10, slightly toasted, waiting for a new cab and front end, came home 12/24/04
Sorry to all the loyal 7.3 guys, but I traded my '91 7.3 in on a 2002 F250 Ex cab V10 4x4. SCT Xcalibrator2 with tunes by Powerplay Performance. 285/75/16 Toyo M/T's. Took a long time to get used to the ping-pop of a cooling catalytic converter...LOL.
'85 Bronco swapped up to a 302 4bbl from the 300 I6, NP435 4spd, NP208, 32x11.50x15 Radial RVT's, Soon to be 6.9 turbo powered.
86 F350 Cab&Chassis with a dump bed. 2wd 6.9 and 4 spd tranny. No mods to engine.
I just went out and weighed mine (I'm at work), 5974 lbs, half full of fuel, nothing extra in the box except the spare tire.
'94 F250 XLT Supercab 4X4, IDI Turbo, 5 speed, 4.10LS, 300,000+ km, A/C Delco air filter, Fleetguard Fuel Filter/Heater/Water seperator. Bought Oct./03. 1st owner had rebuild motor dropped in @~200,000 Km. Minor body work and new paint fall '04, replaced oil cooler winter '05.
'84 F250 Lariat S/C, 6.9, auto
'87 F350 Custom 6.9, auto, SRW
'90 F250 Custom S/C 7.3, 5 speed
You guys are light. My 92 weighs in empty on three different scales at 7900, full of fuel, with a cross bed tool box. Lucky mothers.
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Manufactured 08/92 F350 N/A CC, 362k Miles, 4x4 w/ E4OD Intstalled, '''Convereted to 6.9L''', 7.3 Maxed IP and 'D' code injectors, Ghost Tube Open Element Filter, Dana 60 pullin' a Sterling 10.25 w/4.10's, 33" Dakota RVT's on American Racing Outlaws, 3.5" w/ Flowmaster 40 series Single Out, Westach Boost and Pyro Gauges, Custom Turbo on the Drawing Board
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I got you all beat I tip the scales at 10000 plus most days, and that is before I load any material in the bed. But then again most of you guys dont use your trucks the way I use mine. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]
1991 F250 7.3 IDI with 130,000 miles,E4OD,Ladder rack, Toolboxes.
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