Originally Posted by RichnVinny
Dry hitch weight is 1900 lbs
As most anyone will tell you, dry weights mean nothing after it leaves the plant. In fact, it means nothing WHEN it leaves the plant because it does not include weights of options you add when it is built. The UVW (yellow sticker) has the actual Unladen vehicle weight with options installed and will be significantly different than the notional "Dry weight" in the brochure.
The best way to get the real pin load on your truck is to go to CAT (or equivelent) scale and weight the truck and camper loaded for camping (about 10 bucks) (get weights for each axle on the truck) and then drop the camper in the yard and reweigh the truck without the camper hooked up (again with weights on each axle) and subtract the two gross weights. That will give you an actual pin weight and gross weight on the ruck loaded and unloaded.
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