2021 Payload stickers

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Trucks are getting out and around. Post your/not-your 2021 payload stickers, include your trim/options. Even better if you include the window sticker as well.
 

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Trucks are getting out and around. Post your/not-your 2021 payload stickers, include your trim/options. Even better if you include the window sticker as well.
*drumroll for KR chrome maxtow FX4 fully loaded 601A w/moonroof*

I have actually seen a few KR in those review videos that would fit this very close, if only they included those door stickers!! It is my biggest unknown factor and potentially one of the most important things that every single reviewer has missed!
 

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*drumroll for KR chrome maxtow FX4 fully loaded 601A w/moonroof*

I have actually seen a few KR in those review videos that would fit this very close, if only they included those door stickers!! It is my biggest unknown factor and potentially one of the most important things that every single reviewer has missed!

This payload sticker is on an F-150 King Ranch SuperCrew with the 5.0L V8 with the dual panel moon roof, and 2Kw ProPower on board, and power deployable running boards. I'm quite certain with the 601A and the FX4 package.

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This one is for an F-150 Lariat SuperCrew with the 3.5L PowerBoost. It had the 7.4Kw ProPower, dual panel moonroof, power deployable, 502A, FX4, and Max Tow packages.

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I’d really like to see one for a XLT super crew with the 6.5’ bed and the 3.5 eco boost And max tow package. I have a 2016 XLT super crew with the short bed and the yellow sticker shows 1310 pounds max. Which is less than my wife’s 2016 explorer at 1334 pounds.

my 2016 only has the 2.7 so towing capacity isn’t that much. I’m hoping the new 3.5 with max towing and long box bumps the number up significantly. My friends minivan has a higher number than my truck Which is a little embarrassing.

Our family of 4 with a couple teenagers is already about 700 pounds. that doesn’t leave much room for stuff in the bed after figuring 10% of the trailer weight as tongue weight.

I was on a mission opening every door I could to check yellow stickers on a variety of vehicles Before ordering. I’m hoping trucks start to hit dealer lots soon so I can put my mind at ease that we won’t be over weight on a camping trip and we don’t have a very large trailer at all.
 

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I’d really like to see one for a XLT super crew with the 6.5’ bed and the 3.5 eco boost And max tow package. I have a 2016 XLT super crew with the short bed and the yellow sticker shows 1310 pounds max. Which is less than my wife’s 2016 explorer at 1334 pounds.

my 2016 only has the 2.7 so towing capacity isn’t that much. I’m hoping the new 3.5 with max towing and long box bumps the number up significantly. My friends minivan has a higher number than my truck Which is a little embarrassing.

Our family of 4 with a couple teenagers is already about 700 pounds. that doesn’t leave much room for stuff in the bed after figuring 10% of the trailer weight as tongue weight.

I was on a mission opening every door I could to check yellow stickers on a variety of vehicles Before ordering. I’m hoping trucks start to hit dealer lots soon so I can put my mind at ease that we won’t be over weight on a camping trip and we don’t have a very large trailer at all.
Not sure this will go into too much detail on overall payload capacities per model, but this is Ford’s Towing Guide for 2021. A lot of the information in there pertains to the F-150. Hopefully this will tide you over until you can see some payload stickers in person.
 

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I’d really like to see one for a XLT super crew with the 6.5’ bed and the 3.5 eco boost And max tow package. I have a 2016 XLT super crew with the short bed and the yellow sticker shows 1310 pounds max. Which is less than my wife’s 2016 explorer at 1344
Back in the 80s--with the droop nose squarebody Chevys, the base suspension (4900GVW) pickup only allowed about 700#. Probably about the same for the entire run from 73+.
The pickups with heavier suspension would bring the ratings up to nearly the base rating for a 3/4 ton up to 6200GVW----3/4 started at 6500#

These pickups are a lot heavier now with all the electronics, wiring, safety and most of the other stuff that was not required way back when.

I know that I have loaded and taxed the suspension on my 79 Chev (Heavy Half for those that remember) to the extremes-----same as I have done with my current k1500 (Tires still round--put more in it). Only a couple of times either were loaded to the point of being 'unsafe' but at the same time I was kept aware of the vehicles limitations at this point.

These new trucks are also being built with family comfort in mind---that also compromises capabilities.

Still, these are most likely more capable trucks than the trucks of an era gone by.
 

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