Or and F-150... depends
You got air conditioning? (that's kind of heavy)
Power windows? Moon roof? Got some motors for power seats? Got any skid plates? Bed liner? etc. etc. etc. etc. etc.
Up here, in the frozen north, we don't get an "EW" (empty weight) on our door stickers. You have to figure it out from two other things...
1. GVWR - the maximum rated weight that your vehicle is designed to be with a full load (including you, your wife, your kids, dog a full tank of gas and the picknic hamper
). This is on a sticker on your door:
Mine has a GVWR of 7200lbs (note: most of that unintelligable garble you see on that sticker is acronyms and abbreviations... the rest of it is French
2. Payload - the GVWR of your vehicle, minus it's curb weight (the truck alone, with all the fuel and fluids it normally carries - but not you... the wife, etc
). This is on a sticker (up here anyway) on your B-colum...
My maximum payload is 1222lbs.
7200lbs - 1222lbs = 5778lbs.
My truck, without me but with a tank of gas and a full windshield washer bottle, weighs 5,778lbs
I've been over the scales to the city dump about sixty times and that number is pretty close.