Can anyone tell me what the Unladen weight of the 2004 F-150 Supercrew is? The reason that I need the unladen weight, is that I live in New York, and in order to register the truck with passenger plates, it must have an unladen weight of under 5500 lbs. If the truck is over 5500 lbs, I must register it as comm. truck.
I recently moved from NJ to CA and in order to have my truck registered, I had to get it weighed (CA charges you by the pound! and it's not a flat rate ...so many cents per pound, it's a tier system). My '03 SuperCrew weighed in at 5420 lbs! I had it weighed on electronic scales.
Anyway, the '04s look a lot beefier, I bet they are close to 6000 lbs, if not more. No way they're under 5500 lbs, for sure. My truck is mostly stock, and none of the mods I've made weigh anything significant.
oh by the way, when you take your truck to the scales, make sure your tank is almost empty and leave the spare tire, jack, etc at home. even remove the ebd extender if you have one. all this will add up and you can easily shave off ~150 lbs. This is only if you're very close to the passnger/commercial cutoff.
My 04 Screw FX4 scales in at 5,850 lbs with a rubber bed mat, tonneau and mud flaps, oh and full of gas. With out the extras it would be about 5,750 lbs. Options include audiophile pkg, heated mirrors, towing pkg, 18" wheels and LT tires, bright running boards, captains chairs w/ floor shift.
If you have a two wheel drive you'll be under the 5500 lbs....a bare 4x4 XLT might come close.
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