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Have you looked on the driver's side door or doorjamb for the manufacturer's sticker?
It varies. It depends on the GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) of the truck. It could be 25,999 GVW, 26,000 GVW, 33,000 GVW, or 54,000 GVW, ect. The truck could be non-CDL or CDL.
what is the gvw of a 1993 chevy 3500 vin#1gchk34f5pe176469
all vehicles gvw ratings are on a sticker in the jamb of the drivers door.
what is the gross gvw for f350 with 3.73 rear trailer max weight
Manufacturer's GVW is 31,000 lbs.... legal GVW depends on what it's registered as... if it's registered as a 26k truck, then that's the legal GVW. If it's registered as a 33k truck, then that'll be the legal GVW, and a CDL is required.
gvw means GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT. so no the combined weight cannot,or rather should not exceed gvw and if you do exceed the gvw,and get weighed,there are heavy fines and a lot of times vehicle is not allowed to be moved until excess weight is removed
Series 3100 = Wheel base 116", max GVW 4,800 lbs.Series 3600 = Wheel base 125.25", max GVW 6,900 lbs.Series 3700 = Wheel base 125.25", max GVW 7,000 lbs.Series 3800 = Wheel base 137", max GVW 8,800 lbs.Series 3900 = Wheel base 137", max GVW 10,000 lbs.Series 4100 = Wheel base 137", max GVW 14,000 lbs.Series 4400 = Wheel base 161" max GVW 14,00 lbs.
Depends on the GVW and possibly state. I had a 76 C-10 with a GVW of 6050lbs not California & it did not have smog. C-10 with GVW less than 6000lbs required smog.
That depends upon the frame size and the number of tires. if you look on maufacturers plate on inside of door, u will see what the gvw is that is if it is 1.5 ton truck the gvw will be 3000 pounds [more than the tare weight] so you can go grom there. the side of the truck will say what class it is a Ford f450 or GMC or dodge 4500 is a class 4 truck a Ford F250 dodge or GMC 2500 is a class 2 truck a GMC 6500 or Ford F650 is a class 6 truck. class 7 & 8 truck require a CDL to drive * Class 1 (gvw 0-6,000) * Class 2 (gvw 6,001-10,000) * Class 3 (gvw 10,001-14,000) * Class 4 (gvw 14,001-16,000) yes it is * Class 5 (gvw 16,001-19,500) * Class 6 (gvw 19,501-26,000) * Class 7 (gvw 26,001-33,000) * Class 8 (gvw 33,001-150,000)
GVW is up to 37,000 pounds ,depending on options
Manufacturer's GVW for this vehicle ranges from 31,000 - 35,000. What you're actually allowed to gross will be dependent on wheelbase.
Isuzu trucks have a variety of GVWs ranging from 12,000 GVW- 19,5000 GVW (in the United States & Canada)
gross vehicle weight
The GVW can be determined using your vehicle identification number. There is a decoder located at this site: http://www.explorerforum.com/ntrprize/VIN.htm
1500lb I dont think so, I checked the specs, GVW of a 2004 F250 is 8800 lbs
Taken off my 1980, 1754, curb wt. is 19,740, pay is 7,340, GVW would be 27,080.
If the GVW of the trailer exceeds the GVW of the truck, no.
bobtail kenworth t 2000 has 48000 pounds vs bobtails that lists 80,ooo gvw what does this means ?
That should be on your drivers door. If you open your door and look down just above where the door starts to curve twords the front of the vehicle. There should be a sticker/label there with all that information on it.
About 4700 lbs.
350 - 450lbs
7500 - 60,000+ lbs.