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Old 01-18-2009
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What does your truck wiegh?

After reading a few things on other threads I got to wondering. What is your average running wieght of your ranger?

I'm 5100lbs on average.
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4100 - 4200.

How are you at 5100??
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4100 - 4200.

How are you at 5100??


Too many buffets
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I guess stock weight + me(240lbs) +1/2 tank of fuel = your answer, lol
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Good question lol

Bedbox is full of everything I could possiby need at work and then the rest of the bed is ussually full of tools, concrete etc etc. Then the average artillary in the truck along with me and my 170lbs. 33's cant help either.

Guess if ya wanna get technical and take my azz outta the equation I'm in the 4930lb range
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4350lbs
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I'm about 4800 with me, a passenger, half a tank of fuel, canopy and rack.
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My truck with about 200lbs worth of tools, 100lb tool box, about 700lbs of tongue weight, and me (140lbs) weighed 4400lbs lol
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About 3300 with myself and fuel in it.
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wow your guys trucks are fatties lol

I had mine weighed a while back. 3440 lbs but with my fat *** in there add another 250 or so.
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4000lbs with me in it
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5oz....


give or take 4000lb's
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^smartass...again!

whatever stock weight is + 150 (me) + gas + toolbox about 1/2 full of tools and other crap
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4250 with full tank full toolbox
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1560kg (3432lbs) without me, 1/2 tank and no spare tire. 73lbs more than my old 88' Mustang GT . . .
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i wanna say i'm hovering around 5k
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what would an 07 ranger on stock suspension with 31's and some cragars weigh?

because that'll be my truck tomorrow.
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my guess 4100 - 4200 lbs give or take fuel and a driver.
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Around 4,800 lbs., IIRC.
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what would an 07 ranger on stock suspension with 31's and some cragars weigh?

because that'll be my truck tomorrow.
those things are anchors.
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4080 lbs(with most of my usual gear behind seats, no one in truck) last time i threw out some junk.
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With me and full tank...around 3800lbs
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Either 4400 or 4600lbs. I can't remember which. I have a fully loaded tool box and a heavy front and rear bumper + the five 32's.
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