What Is the Maximum Payload of a Ford F-250?
A regular cab Ford F-250 in the 4x2 category has a maximum payload of between 3890 pounds and 4040 pounds, depending on the accessories package. The maximum payload of a Ford F-250 depends on the truck's body style and whether the vehicle is a 4x2 or a 4x4 model.
The super-cab with a 141.8-inch wheelbase carries between 3600 pounds and 3700 pounds. The version with a 158-inch wheelbase has a maximum payload of between 3500 pounds and 3600 pounds.
The crew-cab F-250 with a wheelbase of 156.2 inches carries between 3390 pounds and 3490 pounds. The model with the 172.4-inch wheelbase can handle between 3280 pounds and 3380 pounds.
The drive train in the 4x4 models is heavier, decreasing the maximum payload numbers by roughly 400 pounds across the board.