The weight of a basic two-wheel drive Ford F-250 with a conventional cab is 5,648 pounds. The weight of the four-wheel-drive vehicle is 6,114 pounds.
The weight of the F-250 is determined by the cab type and bed length. The weight of a two-wheel-drive SuperCab with a 6.75-foot bed is 5,841 pounds, while the four-wheel-drive version is 6,299 pounds. For an 8-foot bed, the weights are 5,987 and 6,447 pounds, respectively. The two-wheel-drive Crew Cab with the smaller bed weights 6,059 pounds, whereas the four-wheel-drive Crew Cab weighs the same. With two-wheel drive, a Crew Cab with an 8-foot bed weighs 6,210 pounds, and with four-wheel drive, it weighs 6,682 pounds.