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Old 07-25-2019, 01:22 PM   #21
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Not true. My 2012 Ram 2500 had towing capacity and other data LISTED THERE AND NOWHERE ELSE. Yes it was vehicle specific. Will copy page for you if needed
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RAM must have realized at some point that chart is misleading because it isn’t in my 2016 owner’s manual. My manual only refers me to their website.

The payload numbers in that chart are labeled as “Payload: xxxx lbs - max.” They represent the max payload possible for the entire fleet, equipped with the various engines. They don’t take into account your truck’s specific combination of options, which will affect the actual payload capacity of your truck. The sticker on the door jamb does take all of that into account and gives the actual payload capacity of your specific truck. I’ve circled the payload data for my truck in the photo below. It’s nowhere near the 2,580 lbs your chart says it could be.

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Old 07-25-2019, 02:26 PM   #22
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RAM must have realized at some point that chart is misleading because it isn’t in my 2016 owner’s manual. My manual only refers me to their website.

The payload numbers in that chart are labeled as “Payload: xxxx lbs - max.” They represent the max payload possible for the entire fleet, equipped with the various engines. They don’t take into account your truck’s specific combination of options, which will affect the actual payload capacity of your truck. The sticker on the door jamb does take all of that into account and gives the actual payload capacity of your specific truck. I’ve circled the payload data for my truck in the photo below. It’s nowhere near the 2,580 lbs your chart says it could be.

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Jim ,
You are right . Checked my door sticker and it says Payload 1907 LBS....
I stand corrected. I have a 2wd Crewcab 2500 LWB w/Cummins.
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