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MTR20 03-21-2020 08:17 PM

Maybe a New F350
 
Ok. going to take a look at a new 2019 F350 XLT 4X4 3.55 with a payload of 3513 tomorrow. The price is to good to pass up...... the 5er that we are looking at is a Jayco 317rlok Jayco. it has a dry weight of 10733 and a GVWR of 12995. Based on the weights I believe Im good. If I totally load this thing up to its max and with about 600lbs of passangers and gear in the truck I will have around 500 to 600 pound of payload left over. math check what do u folks think....

SB_James 03-21-2020 09:45 PM

Thatís about right. Depends on hitch weight, but you should be fine. Good luck!

Big1 03-21-2020 10:18 PM

Yes you will be good, I have a 321 rsts 2019 and my payload with that fully loaded ready to go camping is 2,700 lbs and the payload of my 2018 3500 is 3799 lbs. That might be lower now since I bought a different and lighter 5th wheel hitch.

TxLoser 03-22-2020 07:51 AM

Iíll throw my agreement in as well. I have the same trail as Big1 and a Chevy 3500 SRW. Plenty of payload room and the truck does an admirable job a controlling the trailer.

Hope the purchase works out for you.

SocalSeismic 04-04-2020 07:39 PM

MTR20 did you end up buying the F350?
We max out our 2019 F350 STX (3700lb payload) with a 41í Jayco toy hauler and the truck does amazing.

morleyz 04-07-2020 07:14 AM

What are your GVWRs on these F350s? I'm surprised the payloads are so low. I just brought home a 2020 F350 Lariat crew cab, long bed, 6.7 with just about every option and my payload on the yellow sticker is 4513.

SocalSeismic 04-07-2020 08:20 AM

iím at 3,721 payload with a single rear wheel 2019 f350 STX 6.7L FX4 short bed. 11,5000 gvwr.
morleyz, i assume your f350 is a dually?

morleyz 04-07-2020 08:29 AM

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Originally Posted by SocalSeismic (Post 844532)
iím at 3,721 payload with a single rear wheel 2019 f350 STX 6.7L FX4 short bed. 11,5000 gvwr.
morleyz, i assume your f350 is a dually?

No SRW, but 12,400 GVWR, which explains that extra payload.

Big1 04-07-2020 07:26 PM

Yeah, on the newer truck they are coming out with a big payload, which is great.

MTR20 04-08-2020 10:09 AM

Sorry for the delay guys, I ended up not getting the truck, the dealer started to piss me off and thought I had never bought a vehicle before and was trying to rip me off, which is a good thing cause I really want that 2020!!!!!

SkyBound 04-08-2020 10:12 AM

What did they do to piss you off? Which dealership? I am all for public shaming of greasy dealerships.

billgburns 04-11-2020 12:39 PM

We have 2019 Jayco 317RLOK - pull with 2015 F350 6.7L Diesel. Put over 8,000 miles on on camper last year - TX, LA, NY, WI - used the same truck to pull 39' Montana 3750FL across continental divide twice. Great truck.

mikehoots 04-11-2020 01:41 PM

I have a 2006 f350 single wheel and pull a eagle 322rlok pulls up and down the mountains no problem

Wireman 04-11-2020 02:56 PM

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Originally Posted by MTR20 (Post 844755)
Sorry for the delay guys, I ended up not getting the truck, the dealer started to piss me off and thought I had never bought a vehicle before and was trying to rip me off, which is a good thing cause I really want that 2020!!!!!

Raceway or Gosch?

Big1 04-11-2020 05:57 PM

Well, what one dealer want do another one might do so don't give up hope.

Afrnd2all 04-11-2020 08:49 PM

MTR20, We have a 2018 317RLOK . We tow with a Ď19 F350 6.7L CCLB FX4 410ís 5585 payload. We scale the trailer at just under 12000lbs.Cruise all day long at 70. I sometimes forget the trailer is back there. I think youíll really enjoy the 2020. Good Luck.

parallax 04-11-2020 09:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MTR20 (Post 844755)
Sorry for the delay guys, I ended up not getting the truck, the dealer started to piss me off and thought I had never bought a vehicle before and was trying to rip me off, which is a good thing cause I really want that 2020!!!!!


I feel your frustration, In 2018 My first choice was to buy a f-350 diesel, but my local ford dealership wouldn't stop playing games, so i walked, The next day,went to the Ram dealership and bought my pickup in less than an hour.

kcordell57 04-12-2020 09:05 AM

Weigh your truck empty. I'll think you'll be surprised. I have a 2018 F250, 6.7, longed. EMPTY I'm 8650 on the scale. I have the 317RLOK too, and I'm good everywhere except GVWR, I'm over there bt 1000lbs. Payload on sticker is one thing, but nothing matters until you get on the scales.

Lyonseed 04-12-2020 04:53 PM

Take a look at the F250. I may actually give you a better payload since the front end is a bit lighter. My understanding is that the F350 has a heavier front suspension for snow plow work. My'19 F250 Lariat PS handles our 32RLTS w/ gen with no problem.

Big1 04-12-2020 07:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Lyonseed (Post 846088)
Take a look at the F250. I may actually give you a better payload since the front end is a bit lighter. My understanding is that the F350 has a heavier front suspension for snow plow work. My'19 F250 Lariat PS handles our 32RLTS w/ gen with no problem.


Do you have any pics of your setup, I would like to see it?


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