Came out to a whopping (?) 5000lbs without me in it. Pretty bare bones interior, no carpet, insulation, door panels, dash, few small cosmetic pieces off, no Power side windows. Power rear window, 31" spare, 33" tires, stock steel wheels, 10 bolts front/rear, two core radiator, 350 with no aluminum parts, SM465, NP205, 1/2 tank of gas. Not sure how accurate the way they weighed it at the quarry was though...had a trailer hitched up, they had me pull only truck on first (without unhitching) weighed, then had me pull forward so the trailer wheels were only on the scale, since I needed seperate trailer weight, and weighed that way. The trailer weight I actually had certified, but even before I told them truck didn't need to be certified weight, they told me how to put the vehicles on the scale, so they must be confident in the method. Seems to me that tongue weight would add to the total of my vehicle though, correct? FWIW, the trailer is supposedly 490lbs according to their method, which even if it added to the truck weight, it could only be about 100lbs or so by guesstimate. Dorian My tech/links page: <a target="_blank" href=http://www.dorianyeager.com/index2.html>www.dorianyeager.com/index2.html</a> Why insist on counting when the ring gear has the tooth counts stamped in?