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Old 08-18-2016, 12:31 AM   #131
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Mine E350 RB with 7.3 is fully equiped and loaded for the "around the world trip"
including
me and my girlfriend
28 gal water
68 gal fuel
heavy steel bumper in front and rear
37" tires
solar, sand ladders, 350 lbs tools,.......
pop top and full equiped inside

11480 lbs

front axle had 5530 lbs
rear axle 5950 lbs

see our trip and the van at
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Old 08-18-2016, 03:09 PM   #132
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6150 pounds with driver, full gas tank. Stock E350 5.4 12 passenger with benches removed and 2 Sienna seats added.
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Old 08-18-2016, 03:37 PM   #133
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Holy thread revival. I'm getting ready to order springs from UJOR, so I just went to the dump to have my van weighed. The second I saw the number - 7480 without driver - I just assumed the scale was wrong. But it looks like there are some 2wd SMBs in the mid 7k range so maybe it's accurate.

2006 2wd E350 5.4l RB31ish build - walk through, gaucho, manual pop-top.
Two 4D batteries (what the!), 2x130w solar, 20lb propane full. 20g water, empty. 10g gray, empty. 35 gal gas tank full. 50 pounds of tools and stuff in the trunk.
7480 pounds.
Update. Just had it weighed on a different certified scale. 7473 without driver. Lighter than I thought.
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Old 08-18-2016, 03:41 PM   #134
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Old 08-18-2016, 06:18 PM   #135
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Mine E350 RB with 7.3 is fully equiped and loaded for the "around the world trip"
including
me and my girlfriend
28 gal water
68 gal fuel
heavy steel bumper in front and rear
37" tires
solar, sand ladders, 350 lbs tools,.......
pop top and full equiped inside

11480 lbs

front axle had 5530 lbs
rear axle 5950 lbs
Wow, you're RB is heavier than my old one, which is about 10,800 with 25 gal water and 45 gal fuel!

It blows my mind how some SMB's are 7k and others are 11k.

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Old 08-18-2016, 09:36 PM   #136
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2006 RB, 4x4, loaded

Last time I weighed mine, almost fully loaded, was about 9,500 lbs. If I add kayaks, camera gear, misc., then about 9,650.

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Old 08-19-2016, 12:59 AM   #137
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Mine's under 9900lbs with me, full fuel and gears. Steel bumpers front and rear, solar... I'll be adding a few 100s lbs soon with extra ALU fuel tank and extra cabinets. Still pretty decent for a chubby ass and a 7.3...



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Old 08-19-2016, 03:13 PM   #138
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8980 with me in it. Weighed at the local landfill, and since they charge by the pound I am assuming the scale is a little on the heavy side. I am fully loaded for a camping trip. 2000 7.3l 4x4, 45g diesel fuel, 20g h2o, 3/4 full propane tank, five 285/75/16 tires, stock bumpers f/r. Wife, son, and 2 dogs will add 350lbs for a total of 9330 when we hit the road.


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Old 08-29-2016, 02:00 PM   #139
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Had mine weighed this morning-
2000 RB E350 w/7.3L, Quigley 4x4
Power Pop Top, RB31 style layout.
Ruenel Rear Bumper w/Swing Arm and Full Size Spare
Road Armor Front bumper w/12K Winch
Full Main tank (28 Gal), w/Driver.

9140# Total Weight
4620# Front
4520# Rear
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Old 01-12-2017, 05:36 PM   #140
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1992 Ford E250 2WD Sportsmobile EB42
Gas 7/8ths (of I think 32-34gal).
Water tank (16gal) almost full.
Propane tank under half.
Fully loaded with food, tools, clothes, devices, etc.
1 person, ~140lb.

Front axle: 3160lb
Rear axle: 4520lb
Total: 7680lb

Surprisingly little compared to others on here!?
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