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Old 11-05-2022, 08:37 PM   #1
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3500 Silverado SRW payload sticker

Could someone share a picture of the payload sticker for a 2022,2023 3500 Silverado, diesel 4wd crew cab? Im having a hard time getting the payload specs for this truck.
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Old 11-05-2022, 09:56 PM   #2
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https://www.gmfleetorderguide.com/

Use this for finding std and options and weight specs on chevy or gmc trucks.

There is no generic number ....payload sticker will vary considerably.
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Old 11-06-2022, 07:57 AM   #3
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I agree - the occupant /cargo capacity might vary by 500 or so lbs. depending on options. I do believe the new GM trucks have maybe the best cargo capacity. If I had to make an educated guess I would say 3,500 to 3,700lbs on the short bed truck. On a long (8') bed that number will be higher. Maybe just over 4,000lbs especially on the lower trim levels. The Denali will have the lowest cargo capacity.
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Old 11-06-2022, 10:50 AM   #4
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Thanks. We currently have a 2500 Custom W/Duramax. Our payload is 3449 and pin weight capacity is 2776. I am trying to see approximatley how much more the 3500 holds with the same general setup.4wd, crew cab, custom trim or W/T.
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With the same options, the payload difference should be very close to the difference in GVWR...
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Old 11-06-2022, 12:03 PM   #6
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Sticker data is suspect IMHO

Sticker states
Conventional trailer Max 18500 with MAX tongue 1850
Only 10% tongue weight-----on the low side
12% would exceed MAX tongue per sticker

gooseneck trailer MAX 18500 with MAX tongue (pin) 2775
Only 15% Pin weight.....WAY on the low side
22% would greatly exceed MAX tongue (pin) per sticker



RAWR....6600#
Do not exceed Axle/tire ratings....good to go



2022 3500 SRW 4x4.....
GVWR 12150
RAWR 7250
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Old 11-06-2022, 12:31 PM   #7
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A 3500 will have about 800 to 1,000lbs more capacity than a 2500 series truck IMHO.
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https://plants.gm.com/media/us/en/ch...2022.tab1.html

this is what i based my research on, 22-3500-4dr-8ft bed-dsl-4x4
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Old 11-07-2022, 05:21 AM   #9
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GM sticker data is very accurate

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Thanks. We currently have a 2500 Custom W/Duramax. Our payload is 3449 and pin weight capacity is 2776. I am trying to see approximatley how much more the 3500 holds with the same general setup.4wd, crew cab, custom trim or W/T.
I really like the GM towing capacity stickers. I do NOT find any of the numbers suspect, and I'm certainly not going to try and re-engineer something myself. GM, along with virtually all other towing equipment manufacturers use the 10% tongue weight on bumper pulls as a baseline (minimum). It's easier for all of them to use the same figure rather than one using 10%, another 12% etc.

It's really quite simple, one should not surpass ANY maximum weights, period! You can't pick and choose the max weights that suit you.The vehicle has been engineered to all these max. specs. Do not exceed rear axle weight, NOR pin weight, NOR payload, etc.

Anyone that tells me payload is a made up number hasn't thought about the stresses induced on front brakes and suspension. Even with my dually, I can feel the added weight when pinned each time I brake or turn. The weight transfer even at low speed braking taxes front shocks, brakes and steering and suspension bits. That goes for bumper pull, gooseneck or 5th wheel applications.
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A buddy of mine just bought a '22 3500 CC 4x4 high country Dmax SRW short bed. He has a 3843 payload, and the rear axle is 7250 lbs. Max tongue weight for the gooseneck is 3180 lbs. I think the only thing his truck doesn't have is a sunroof.

Impressive in that RAM use to have the highest GVWR for the 1 ton SRW short beds at 11,800 lbs (I have one), and Chevy is now at 12,100 lbs GVWR.
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I believe Ford also has higher SRW GVWR classes not also, especially with the truck with the 8' bed.
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I really like the GM towing capacity stickers. I do NOT find any of the numbers suspect, and I'm certainly not going to try and re-engineer something myself. GM, along with virtually all other towing equipment manufacturers use the 10% tongue weight on bumper pulls as a baseline (minimum). It's easier for all of them to use the same figure rather than one using 10%, another 12% etc.

It's really quite simple, one should not surpass ANY maximum weights, period! You can't pick and choose the max weights that suit you.The vehicle has been engineered to all these max. specs. Do not exceed rear axle weight, NOR pin weight, NOR payload, etc.

Anyone that tells me payload is a made up number hasn't thought about the stresses induced on front brakes and suspension. Even with my dually, I can feel the added weight when pinned each time I brake or turn. The weight transfer even at low speed braking taxes front shocks, brakes and steering and suspension bits. That goes for bumper pull, gooseneck or 5th wheel applications.

I agree with the bulk of that, except there are instances where the GVWR (and therefore payload) are made-up numbers; for ex. you can order a Super Duty with a GVWR derate package which is nothing more than a new sticker with less GVWR for licensing purposes - clearly, the truck is just as capable as one without the derate sticker. For reasons like this, though I try to stay within every rating, I place more importance on the GAWR's and tire ratings than I do on payload or GVWR. My truck doesn't have the factory derate so I do make sure to stay under my 14,000 lb GVWR and 5,500lb payload.



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Old 11-07-2022, 12:02 PM   #13
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I found the capacity specs to my 2019 GMC 3500 DRW in the Duramax Diesel "supplemental" manual, which is a while different manual/book. Another place to look - in the glove box door frame.
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I believe Ford also has higher SRW GVWR classes not also, especially with the truck with the 8' bed.

Ford shows max for the SRW SB 4x4 as 11,500 lbs. The long bed is 12,400, which I believe is the same for the RAM long bed. Interesting in that the Chevy long bed is 12,250 lbs., only 150 lbs more than the short bed. All these are the diesel crew cabs.


I am not brand loyal, my truck is just a tool, and I look at all of them for what I need. When I was looking, Ford was always about 300 lbs less payload for similar equipped RAM, Chevy didn't have the higher weight 3500 at the time, so they were out. With the newer higher weight, Chevy may have jumped into the frey for my next pick. If you recall, Ford had the recall on the payload stickers for the long beds. Remember reading all the "look at my payload" posts, until they either weighed the truck, or found out the actual numbers with the new sticker and lost a bunch of payload.
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