Originally Posted by lbrjet
Bikeman, hard to find an RV salesman who tells the truth, but you found one. Your payload is probably around 2400 lbs, maybe less. This does not include you, passengers, fiver hitch or anything else you store in the truck. Only way to know for sure is to weigh your truck, subtract that from 9200, then subtract you, passengers, hitch and whatever else. This is the number available for pin weight according to your GVWR.
2010 F250 5.4L 3.73
2011 Flagstaff 831FKBSS
Equal-i-zer 4pt 12K
Yes that is true had a few try to tell me with my 2014 F150 EB SCREW SB I could easily tow an ultra lite 5er when my max tow was 11,200 but pin was 1520, they said most lite 5th wheels are only 1200-1300, after fuel I could drive it and no more weight?
I upgraded to a F350 Crew SB 6.7 Diesel SRW. I am looking at a trailer with a pin of 1920 and I've of 9980 I have Payload of 3500 and Max tow of 15,700 and it is just Future Wife and I plus Fuel and some firewood, so we are well within specs but I could never tow a 5th wheel with the F150 even though the truck could it would be very unsafe.
I looked at a F250 same truck specs but it only had a payload of 2300#'s
2016 F350 SCREW SB 6.7 PS Diesel
2015 FR Rockwood Roo 23IKSS