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What is everyone seeing for payload on the yellow sticker on their truck.  I am specifically looking for the 3500 SRW Long Bed Denali Duramax but curious to see all the different configurations.  I know the advertised payload but I want to see everyone’s real life numbers.

 

Make sure to leave the model/trim/cab/bed/engine 

 

Thanks 

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47 minutes ago, brclark82 said:

What is everyone seeing for payload on the yellow sticker on their truck.  I am specifically looking for the 3500 SRW Long Bed Denali Duramax but curious to see all the different configurations.  I know the advertised payload but I want to see everyone’s real life numbers.

 

Make sure to leave the model/trim/cab/bed/engine 

 

Thanks 

Crew cab, standard bed, 2500, Denali Ultimate, Duramax. 3150lbs

Edited by Londart2020

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Crew cab, standard bed, 4x4, LT 3500 Duramax - 3895 payload.

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4 hours ago, brclark82 said:

What is everyone seeing for payload on the yellow sticker on their truck.  I am specifically looking for the 3500 SRW Long Bed Denali Duramax but curious to see all the different configurations.  I know the advertised payload but I want to see everyone’s real life numbers.

 

Make sure to leave the model/trim/cab/bed/engine 

 

Thanks 

I looked at the exact set up you are describing (4x4) to find the payload at just under 3,600.  I was shocked, as advertised was around 4,200.  Ended up going DRW as a result.

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LT 2500 crew, gas, standard bed and payload is 3596 lbs

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Lt 2500 crew cab long bed gas 4x4, with plow prep, 3561# payload

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The Duramax certainly seems to take a chunk out of the payload. My 3895 lb rating is plenty for what I tow. But I can see how some folks towing really heavy could be disappointed - especially in the highly optioned trucks.

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2020 AT4 3500 SRW Duramax long bed 3777lbs. 

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2020 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 LTZ SRW Duramax (crew cab, regular bed) - max payload is 3,922 lbs.

Edited by Alan Juden

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Hmmmm... 2500 custom crew cab, 6.6 gas with plow prep and I'm only showing 3411. This 7" info screen must really be super heavy.

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On 9/23/2020 at 7:57 PM, Stand By said:

Hmmmm... 2500 custom crew cab, 6.6 gas with plow prep and I'm only showing 3411. This 7" info screen must really be super heavy.

What is your GVWR and GAWRs?

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am kinda shocked that 3500 payload is only couple hundred pounds more than 2500 in alot of cases.....thought it would be significantly more for some reason.....guess since a 1/2 ton to 3/4 ton is huge step so figured it would be another big step to 1 ton....

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2 hours ago, Dunn said:

am kinda shocked that 3500 payload is only couple hundred pounds more than 2500 in alot of cases.....thought it would be significantly more for some reason.....guess since a 1/2 ton to 3/4 ton is huge step so figured it would be another big step to 1 ton....

The bigger increase in payload comes with the dually.

 

 

 

 

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Yeah you really become limited by tires.

 

 

The 3/4 ton is nice because you dont have your tpms going off under 80psi in the rear.  But sometimes you need the little extra 1 ton SRW capacity.

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