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I went to a local Cat weight station to measure the weight of my 2020 2500HD Denali.  The tare weight was 8440 lbs.  

Is this correct?  I thought it would be around 6900 to 7100 lbs. 

Doing this for registration purposes... I bought mine out of state.

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My ‘17 is 8400lbs with my family and some luggage so yeah I’d say that’s pretty accurate 

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25 minutes ago, brclark82 said:

My ‘17 is 8400lbs with my family and some luggage so yeah I’d say that’s pretty accurate 

Thanks!

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Depending on fuel and passengers, you are in the ballpark.  Crew cab 4wd diesels are around 8300lbs for single rear wheel.

 

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21 hours ago, jl449 said:

I went to a local Cat weight station to measure the weight of my 2020 2500HD Denali.  The tare weight was 8440 lbs.  

Is this correct?  I thought it would be around 6900 to 7100 lbs. 

Doing this for registration purposes... I bought mine out of state.

 

If you are diesel, that sounds right.  Check the sticker in the b-pillar when you open the door and see what the published curb weight is for your truck. 

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I wonder when they will get the weight calculator up for the 2020's?

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