The best bet, unless you want the generic answer is to go to a truck scale, with a full fuel tank and weigh the truck. There are tons of scales around you can have access to and most at no charge. I weighed mine at the local wood/tree/landscape dump here. They were happy to do it and I left a $5.00 tip for their trouble.
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I have a 92 F150,XLT,regular cab, shortbed styleside ,4x4,factory skid plates,quad front shocks,stabilizer bars front and rear, 5.0, 5 speed,aftermarket class IV hitch and it weighed in at 4348 pounds with a full tank of gas.
The 4x4 option addes 250/300 pounds and the steel styleside short box adds about 50 pounds--I believe.
If your truck is a 4x2 XLT with the fiberglass short flareside bed--it should weigh about 4000 pounds.
92 F150 XLT 5.0 regular cab
quad front shocks
factory trailering option/front and rear stabilizers bars
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