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        GCVW

        Gross Combined Vehicle Weight (GCVW) is the total combined weight of a fully loaded vehicle, including passengers, payload and everything in tow.

        GVW

        Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) is the total weight of a fully loaded vehicle, including passengers and payload – but excluding all towing.

        GTW

        Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) is the total weight of the trailer plus all the cargo in it.

        Curb Weight

        The weight of a vehicle without any passengers or cargo, but including all necessary fuel, fluids and standard equipment.

        Axle Ratio

        The ratio between the revolutions per minute of the driveshaft and the rear axle. In general, a higher number offers more towing power; a lower number offers better engine efficiency. How does axle ratio affect my capability?

        Trailer Tongue Weight

        The downward force exerted on the hitch ball by the trailer coupler. In most cases, it should fall between 10 to 25 percent of GTW. Trailer tongue weight must be accounted for in total payload.

        Common Weights+

        Trailers

        Boat trailer: 300 – 1,512 pounds

        6 x 4 box trailer: 430 pounds

        7 x 5 box trailer: 507 pounds

        Car trailer: 2,800 pounds

        Equipment trailer: 1,600 pounds (aluminum, 6'8" x 24'6")

        Horse trailer: 2,400 pounds (unloaded)

        Kayak trailer: 220 pounds

        Boats

        Canoe / kayak: 50 pounds

        Motorboat: 2,500 pounds

        Sailboat: 7,000 pounds

        Cars

        Racecar: 1,600 – 3,500 pounds

        Sedan: 3,000 pounds

        Station wagon: 3,600 pounds

        Pickup truck: 5,500 pounds

        RVs

        Fifth-wheel trailers:
        19,000 pounds (3,126 pounds trailer tongue weight)

        Travel trailer:
        5,000 – 12,000 pounds

        Camping trailer:
        3,000 pounds

        Truck camper:
        3,500 pounds (unloaded)

        Construction Equipment

        Backhoe:
        14,000 - 19,000 pounds

        Bulldozer:
        16,000 - 19,000 pounds

        Case 580N Loader / Backhoe:
        14,500 - 17,500 pounds

        Case Crawler Dozer:
        16,250 - 44,269 pounds

        Case Skid Steer Loader:
        5,000 - 8,300 pounds

        Cement mixer (6 cubic feet):
        670 pounds

        Cement mixer (1 cubic yard):
        7,000 pounds

        Generator (3100 watt):
        181 pounds

        Generator (6500 watt):
        209 pounds

        Generator (9000 watt):
        225 pounds

        Skid Steer:
        4,500 - 8,000 pounds

        Stump grinder:
        1,450 pounds

        Building Materials

        Plywood: 3 pounds / square foot
        per inch of thickness

        Gravel: 3,400 pounds / yard

        Cement mix: 80 pounds / bag

        Mulch: 500 pounds / yard

        Sand: 2,600 pounds / yard

        Pavers: 3,170 pounds / pallet
        (624 pavers)

        Agricultural

        New Holland T7000 Series Tractor: 16,000 pounds

        New Holland Bale Wagons:
        5,500 - 16,000 pounds

        New Holland Pull-Type Forage Harvester: 500 pounds

        Upfits

        Rollback: 1,500 pounds

        Stake bed: 1,500 pounds

        Cherry picker: 2,000 – 5,000 pounds

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        Maximum towing weight is the total amount of weight that a vehicle can safely pull. This includes the weight of a trailer and its contents.When properly equipped. See dealer and check owner's guide for details.
        Payload weight is the sum of all cargo and contents carried in the bed of a vehicle. When towing, trailer tongue weight must also be accounted for in total payload.When properly equipped. See dealer and check owner's guide for details.
        The weight of a vehicle without any passengers or cargo, but including all necessary fuel, fluids and standard equipment.Curb Weight is rounded to the nearest 50 lbs. See dealer for details.
        Based on an estimated 150 pounds per passenger. Driver counts as one passenger.
        Gross Combined Vehicle Weight (GCVW) is the total combined weight of a fully loaded vehicle, including passengers, payload and everything in tow.
        Weights provided are estimates only. Always check manufacturer labels for actual weights. Properly secure all cargo.
        The wheelbase is the distance from the center of the front wheel to the center of the back wheel. Measured in inches.
        The ratio between the revolutions per minute of the driveshaft and the rear axle. In general, a higher number offers more towing power; a lower number offers better engine efficiency.
        Please enter your VIN to look up a previous model year Ram vehicle. A Vehicle Identification Number commonly abbreviated to VIN, is a unique serial number used by the automotive industry to identify individual motor vehicles, towed vehicles, motorcycles and mopeds. The VIN can be found in the lower corner of the windshield on the driver's side.
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