16,000 - 20,000 lbs usually for the front part ("truck", "tractor", "cab"). But the empty trailer adds several tons more. For example a 53 foot long simple box ("van") trailer weighs 10,000-15,000 with nothing in it. So a whole 65 foot long empty system (truck and trailer) weighs over 30,000 lbs. Shorter box, flatbed, and covered wagons systems would weigh less. Systems with an extra long truck or specialized systems, like some of those with tank and pumping equipment, may weigh more. Adding to this answer. I have a 2003 kenworth w900 with a stepdeck trailer and i weigh 32,000 empty.
It Depends. A city tractor with out sleeper can weigh as little as 15,000 lbs. A decked out highway tractor can weigh as much as 21,000 lbs.
It sounds to me like you're describing a straight truck, rather than a semi-tractor. I'd need to know the model number before I gave you an answer... what you're describing could be either be a single or a tandem axle truck.
It weighs from 8 tons to 10 tons.
ranges between 17k-20k
Generally on a semi-tractor trailer the limit is 80,000lbs
A wheel from a big rig may weigh over 150 to 200 lbs, including the tire, rim and wheel well. Semi-truck tires often weigh around 80 to 100 lbs.
Typically, between 16,000 and 18,000 lbs.
Daycab Semi trucks can range in size from 2 tons to 6 tons maximum.
Semi-truck tires can weigh up to 110 pounds. The tires for passenger cars have an average weight of 22 pounds, and tires for light-weight trucks average around 35 pounds.
Depends on the size and duty level of the truck. Typically they are well over 26,000lb fully loaded.