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01-14-2020 12:22 PM
pocketgunner When I rolled mine across the scales unloaded with 3/4 tank of fuel and me and my old lady in the truck she weighed 8500 lbs, the 05 in my sig
01-14-2020 11:28 AM
steve05ram360 Rolled mine onto a scale years back, came int right at 7000#. Had some heavy wheels & tires plus a heavy tonneau cover. Back then the Cali pink slip had it at 68x0#.

It would be nice to see what it weighs now.
01-14-2020 10:48 AM
Danderson My friend's got an '05 ST auto,2500 ccsb and is just under 7000# with a full tank. 'My regcab 4wd manual is just under 6500#. Add my popup it goes to 8650# Axle weights loaded is 4400 front and 4000#. Nearly an ideal balanced load.
01-14-2020 04:52 AM
Shorts 06 QCSB 2500 4wd Auto

Front 4500
Rear 2700
1/8th tank fuel
Toolbox
LineX bedliner

Added bumpers since. You're right the wt does add up fast.
01-11-2020 10:36 PM
MDSWA I'm driving a similar truck. I weigh it every time I got to the waste to energy facility. Lightest weight was just under 7000 lbs with almost nothing in the truck, trash bag and ashtray cleaned out, and maybe a half tank of fuel. Usual weight is in the mid 7000's with tools and junk in the back seat, two guys in the cab, and close to a full tank of fuel.
01-11-2020 07:30 PM
brutal 2004.5 2500 HO auto 4x4 LWB CC

AirLift 5K bags
Banks e-brake, BD 2-piece exh manf
Full tank @35 gals
Me @240
Curt A-25 hitch @135
5 gals diesel can

Unloaded Steer: 4,760
Unloaded Rear: 3,160

Loaded Steer: 4,800
Loaded Rear: 5,200

Pin: 2,080
Trailer axles: 9,160
Pin: 2080
Estimated boat/trailer wt: 3600

Gross: 22,760

01-11-2020 07:03 PM
nosympathy I kept meaning to weight mine, thinking it's maybe heavier than I thought. Have an 05 2500 CCLB 4X4.
01-11-2020 04:30 PM
Buck8577
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Originally Posted by skymasteres View Post
My 03 CC LB RWD weighs in at 7200 with a full tank, tommy gate, B&W turnover gooseneck hitch, 20k Titan hitch, and a bunch of other little add-ons.
I should have probably added that I have 3500 springs, a dynatrac part time kit and Pacbrake (which is not light being cast iron).

Everything adds up.
01-11-2020 04:24 PM
Buck8577
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Originally Posted by s10010001 View Post
Most do call it a 8k# truck. My 08 was around that too, Id need to dig up the ticket. I have always wan to do my 5th wheel un-loaners but never did, it was always loses when I had it out

When are you doing the trailer?


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Did the trailer today.

Steer axle: 4560
Drive axle: 5400
Trailer axles: 8040
Total: 18,000
01-11-2020 10:26 AM
skymasteres My 03 CC LB RWD weighs in at 7200 with a full tank, tommy gate, B&W turnover gooseneck hitch, 20k Titan hitch, and a bunch of other little add-ons.
01-11-2020 09:44 AM
s10010001 Most do call it a 8k# truck. My 08 was around that too, Id need to dig up the ticket. I have always wan to do my 5th wheel un-loaners but never did, it was always loses when I had it out

When are you doing the trailer?


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01-11-2020 09:27 AM
Buck8577 Should have thought to include those. Thanks for pointing that out.

4x4, SB, SRW, Crew Cab.
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