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I’m curious what everyone’s payload sticker says on the door panel. If you wouldn’t mind sharing what trim level you have and extra options as I’m sure it all plays a role in weight. Thanks!
 

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I have a 4x2 Lariat with a super cab. Mine show 1697 lbs which I'm a little disappointed about. My 2012 3.5L eco boost, XLT, 4x2 with the super cab was 2086 lbs.

What is your payload sticker show?

See my questions regarding payload here:
dieself150forum.com/forum/185-new-member-introductions/2156-payload-questions-concerns.html[/url]
 

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I have a 4x2 Lariat with a super cab. Mine show 1697 lbs which I'm a little disappointed about. My 2012 3.5L eco boost, XLT, 4x2 with the super cab was 2086 lbs.

What is your payload sticker show?

See my questions regarding payload here:
dieself150forum.com/forum/185-new-member-introductions/2156-payload-questions-concerns.html[/url]
I currently don't own an F150 baby PS, but I'm looking hard and was curious about the payload for potential towing.
 

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I have attached photos of my door jam stickers on my 2018 3.0 KR with panoramic roof (I know this drops payload, and it is something I could have lived without if I would have been willing to wait 3 months for a custom ordered truck, but I wasn't wanting to wait for it). I also have the 157" wheelbase long bed (6.5' bed length).

Bottom line is if one needs a lot of payload on a regular basis, a Super Duty may be a better fitment for the requirements.
 

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I have attached photos of my door jam stickers on my 2018 3.0 KR with panoramic roof (I know this drops payload, and it is something I could have lived without if I would have been willing to wait 3 months for a custom ordered truck, but I wasn't wanting to wait for it). I also have the 157" wheelbase long bed (6.5' bed length).

Bottom line is if one needs a lot of payload on a regular basis, a Super Duty may be a better fitment for the requirements.
I won’t go KR, only Lariat. And I’ll be sure not to get the sun/moon-roof as I don’t see value or use in them. I appreciate you posting. I don’t currently own anything to tow, but there might be a chance to tow a small trailer trailer 18’, atv trailer or possibly small fishing boat. All of which the f150 diesel should be able to handle a few times a year, if that.
 

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Here is mine. 2018 F-150 King Ranch 3.0 4x4 3.31 gears. Short Bed Crew Cab.
 

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I’m curious what everyone’s payload sticker says on the door panel. If you wouldn’t mind sharing what trim level you have and extra options as I’m sure it all plays a role in weight. Thanks!
The first addition to my 2018 King Ranch was an Air Lift system. I can add 5-100 psi in the airbags to compensate for trailer tung weight.

Nothing worse than blinding oncoming traffic with your low beams....

Gross Combined Vehicle weight determines combined passenger, payload and trailer weight. If I read the owners manual correctly it is
10,300 with a 3.31 and 10,600 for the 3.55 gear ratio.

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Ford Fleet is the publication site for the Ford RV & Trailer Towing Guide. The guide is published annually and covers all Ford vehicles and options. You want to know what the capacity is for towing a car dolly with your 20XX Ford Explorer? It's in there. The 2018 F150 King Ranch & Platinum models with 3.31, 5.5' box and the "two speed automatic 4WD transfer case" are rated up to 10,100 lbs. With 3.55, 6.5', and "two speed Automatic 4WD", max tow is 11,000 lbs.

2018 Ford RV & Trailer Towing Guide
https://www.fleet.ford.com/resources/ford/general/pdf/towingguides/Ford_Linc_18RVTTowGuide_r11_Jan4.pdf
 
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