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Old 08-17-2006, 12:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what does a 94 F-250 weigh

I had to push my 94 ford back in my drive way, I almost couldnt do it. Its got the 460, 8 foot bed, super cab. Im trying to tear it down to get to exhaust manifold and it can't be started now.
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Old 08-17-2006, 01:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'd guess it's right around 6k empty.
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Old 08-17-2006, 01:38 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I tried looking for the weight on the door, all i could find was GVWR 18,500lbs
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what axles, and is it 4x2 or 4x4, if its 4x4 it is probly around 5600# to 6000#
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Answer=Heavy BITCH!!

When I have to push stuff around, I resort to firing up the beater, and using a tire between rigs to push it around. It helps greatly if you have two people doing it
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Answer=Heavy BITCH!!

When I have to push stuff around, I resort to firing up the beater, and using a tire between rigs to push it around. It helps greatly if you have two people doing it

heh, i just use my quad or dodge spirit
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Push by rolling the tire. One shoulder on rig, other pushes tire. Try pushing a spooled rear rig that was parked with the wheels turned.
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Try pushing a spooled rear rig that was parked with the wheels turned.

no thanks, it was hard enough getting off the rollback and into the garage
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what axles, and is it 4x2 or 4x4, if its 4x4 it is probly around 5600# to 6000#
It is a 2WD. The rear axle is a dana 60HD. 35 spline axles.
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It is a 2WD. The rear axle is a dana 60HD. 35 spline axles.

that changes alot, now you can take about 450# off just cuz its 4x2. without a front axle it is alot lighter but it will be a heavy bitch prolly no lighter then 5600#. find a buddy that has the same truck or next time your at the local pick-n-pull read the lable on the door if yours is that bad you cant see the weight
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that changes alot, now you can take about 450# off just cuz its 4x2. without a front axle it is alot lighter but it will be a heavy bitch prolly no lighter then 5600#. find a buddy that has the same truck or next time your at the local pick-n-pull read the lable on the door if yours is that bad you cant see the weight
curb weight is not listed on the door jam only the GVWR which should be 8900# and the GCVWR is 18,500

BTW your rear axle unless swapped is a sterling 10.25 not a dana 60

your truck should weigh in right around 6k
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My truck in my sig below tips the scales at 5700 pounds. Its a short bed regular cab truck so I imagine that your is probably closer to 6000 with the long bed and extended cab.
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I just had my 87 F250 4x4 xtra cab, 460, 4spd at the scales... just me and my buddy (145lbs each) in the truck, no fuel in 1 tank, 1/4 tank in the other and NOTHING in the bed or in the cab.... weighed 6010lbs...
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Old 08-19-2006, 10:02 PM   #14 (permalink)
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curb weight is not listed on the door jam only the GVWR which should be 8900# and the GCVWR is 18,500

BTW your rear axle unless swapped is a sterling 10.25 not a dana 60

your truck should weigh in right around 6k
After reviewing the owners manual it says its got a ford axle not dana. Other parts of the book refures to a 10.25 or dana 80. I guess thats the last time i listen to people on this board. I asked that question a couple years and was told dana 60. its a load capicity (with 4:10 gears) of 6250 on the rear axle, trailer rating 10,300, GVWR is18,500 #. I don't think a dana 60 could hold that much weight. It is also a limited slip.
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Sterling 10.25 for sure. I believe the last year for the Dana 60 is 84? The Dana 80 would be for the dually I think.

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