Payload is typically the limiting factor
My "sticker" payload is 2997 on a 2013 F250 6.2 gas, supercab, shortbed.
Someone asked why one would care. The reason is that payload is often the limiting factor if you are pulling a FW---not the weight of the FW but the weight of the kingpin. The payloads for the 2013 Fords F250's (gas) ranged from 2229 to 3773 (from the brochure) based on configuration. These were stated under the assumption of a 150 lb. person at each seating position. Not surprisingly, the 4X2 regular cab had the highest.
For F250's with the 6.7 diesel, under the same assumptions, the payloads ranged from 1499 to 3033. The extra weight of the engine is the reason for the significant drop in payload with the diesels.
All of the brochure listings are for minimum weights and are typically larger than the actual limit found on the sticker.