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1983 F-250 5L 302 -- Curb weight? GVCWR?

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Old 10-13-2011, 01:45 PM
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light weights!

This has some great info! I'm looking into purchasing my late father's 1985 F-250 Super Cab, Lariat 2wd with the 460 and 4 on the floor. I'm amazed by how light these trucks are! I was expecting all that steel to weight 6-7k minimum, but approx. 4,000 lbs isn't bad at all! Makes it a lot easier to find a rental trailer to haul it out to Tucson from SoCal.
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