That in itself will still not make it legal. You'll be more than fine. I own a 92 f350 4x4 crew cab and the gross weight is over 10000… Let the truck warm up and open the hood. What is the realistic max weight to have in the back? Nor would they use one of the ordinary half-ton pickups with car engines, favored by newbies who figure they'll give this truck deal a shot. Plus wheels, tires, dirt bikes, pit-row lawn furniture, spare engines, one of those fancy Rolex-priced barbecue grills, and all the tools I own. What I am concerned about is the legal limit. The engine had a 4-inch bore and 3.
Rear hip room was 59. After the truck has warmed up, you should notice leaking fuel collecting at the bottom of the fuel filter. Not the oncoming traffic, but the thought that I too could become a dragger. It depends on several points of info. With the dually rear wheels, the 3500 measured 94. Not dragsters but draggers, guys who quantify their cojones by the size of whatever they're hauling behind them. The 390 was discontinued in 1976 in the F250's so the 1977 had to have been swapped once before.
The lower the speed, the higher the load capacity for a constant pressure. In a conventional diesel, fuel is metered, cylinder by cylinder, by the fuel pump, which, in the 6. On the other hand, automakers have to stick to certain car weight limits that meet the requirements of the corresponding class. It developed 230 horsepower and 385 foot-pounds of torque. Interior rear crew cab dimensions offered 40.
Possibly your springs got slightly fatigued--just give them a good lookover,especially by the U-bolts for cracks--look on both sides of each pack of springs and actually get your eyes close--not 4' away. . You didn't do any damage to anything. This is caused by worn o-rings. And never let friends borrow equipment that makes you money! I looked through my neighbors truck - still no answer. It is a rugged, but never-the-less problematic, bit of engineering. However, while you were over by 35% or so, your bump stops prevented any damage to the leaf springs.
Maybe, but only with the factory hitch. Think of it as a bargain for a very powerful, big-V-8, luxurious four-door vehicle with capabilities no car could ever match. Personally I think that with a personal boat you should be ok, One tons can pull the weight down the road. Most states will not bother you but some states are now starting to stop one tons with large trailers and checking the door sticker. Also available as options were power windows and door locks, bed liner, sliding rear window and a split front bench seat. The crew cab model had a 5,176-pound curb weight. The latter is a first for the class, chosen from the Allison catalog of big-rig trannies.
I drove it after the fact and really did not notice anything wrong with it. We have a company in Tulsa called Tulsa Auto Spring. It sat on a 131. Dodge's V-10 and Cummins-diesel-engined Rams are also players, but in third place. Can't imagine another 4k on it. They will check out the springs usually for free. Curb weight measures the weight of the car with all of the standard equipment and amenities while passengers, cargo or any other separately loaded items are not taken into consideration.
Legroom in the front was 41. A substantial slice of American male-dom is made up of draggers. I would find a place and have that done. I own 2, and despite contemplating suiside every time I need to work on them, I love these trucks very much and I would buy another if I had the need. I have a '99 Chevy crew cab dually that I tow my Bullet with.
Certainly not one of the toy mini-trucks driven by contractors who haven't bought all their tools yet. It is a pretty cheap part and easy to replace. I've had 2 ton of salt plus a snowex v box salter plus a 8' blade on a half ton. The standard cab version could accommodate three adults. But you are probably fine.
The extended cab version had a 155. . I would do it if i was driving but I wouldnt let anyone else drive the truck with that kinda weight Click to expand. The truck was driven around 5 miles while loaded and had the weight in it for about 2 hours. People pull much more weight with that set up. As far as safety is concerned, I am fine with what I have now - a 1997 Suburban K2500 with High Performance brakes and a Myco with good working brakes.