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2014 SR RCLB
Payload: 1835 lbs
Reduction: -7 lbs

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My office mate just got a new to him 2010 DCLB 4.6L 4WD. No factory installed accessories except the all weather floor mats.

I believe it is probably an SR since it don't have fog lights? It only has 70k on it and was very well taken care of.

Anyway, here is his stickers. Not sure if the deduction was originally written in sharpie and wore off or it didn't have any deduction at all.

Payload = 1235lbs





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I just stumbled on this while searching for something else.

My comment is WHO CARES what that payload sticker says. It's really reference only!


Gross Vehicle Weight - Curb Weight (scale weight) = Payload (remaining)

So get your truck weighed, subtract it from the GVWR and boom...THAT'S all you have left! Nothing else matters.
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I just stumbled on this while searching for something else.

My comment is WHO CARES what that payload sticker says. It's really reference only!


Gross Vehicle Weight - Curb Weight (scale weight) = Payload (remaining)

So get your truck weighed, subtract it from the GVWR and boom...THAT'S all you have left! Nothing else matters.
GVWR - Curb Weight = what the sticker says. Confirmed on the scales. The sticker is accurate on Tundras.
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Just looking to have a one stop shop for people to go to see actual payload information for different years, trim levels and configurations.

Post a picture of your "Tire and Loading Information" sticker and tell us about your Tundra. (Year, trim level, cab configuration, engine, 2WD/4WD & bed length). Any other relevant information is welcome.

If you have an additional caution sticker for "Load carrying capacity reduced" near the tire pressure/payload sticker, include that as well along with what factory installed options in which you believe are causing the payload reduction.

Here's mine:

2017 SR5 Crewmax 5.7L V8 4WD 5.5' bed 38 gal tank.
Factory installed accessories are brushed stainless running boards, receiver hitch and spray in bed liner.

1270lbs - 97lbs = 1173lbs payload.




Let's see yours!

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I too am having sticker shock. Just bought 18 crewmax and sticker says 1265 - 170 = 1065. My wife’s odyssey is 1320. The 15 f150 I just dumped for this was 1740. Is this a joke or is this just some bro truck that looks good but can’t haul anything? I’m very confused. Seems very unfunctional to have a full size truck with a Max payload barely above 1k.
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I too am having sticker shock. Just bought 18 crewmax and sticker says 1265 - 170 = 1065. My wifeís odyssey is 1320. The 15 f150 I just dumped for this was 1740. Is this a joke or is this just some bro truck that looks good but canít haul anything? Iím very confused. Seems very unfunctional to have a full size truck with a Max payload barely above 1k.
Thats because a vehicle can not be well suited for people moving, and tow / haul at the same time... You can either have a truck with a big cab, big back seats, and all the interior niceties; or you can have a truck that can tow / haul like the tool it was meant to be. You are better off buying a Sequia if you want to move people. 2018 Sequia platinum has payload rating of 1300, while Platinum CM tundra is less. Tundra is carrying around extra weight from having the bed stuck on the back of it. If you want to be able to haul, you need a truck meant to haul. One with a smaller cab, longer bed, and not packed with heavy luxury features. If you want a luxury people mover, you are better off buying one without a bed attached.

People buy vehicles that are not well suited for them all the time. I have a few friends that bought crossovers and small SUVs when they were having babies, because they wanted "more space" for all the baby related stuff. My wife got a VW Passat when we had our son. We can fit twice as much in the trunk and have a lot more leg room in our passat, than some of our friends crossovers. But they all said that a "car" was too small.

I don't understand why so many people are so surprised at their trucks payload rating. Did no one research they vehicle they were buying?

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If you want a luxury people mover, you are better off buying one without a bed attached.
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GVWR: 7,300 lb
Published curb wt: 5,970 lb
Payload Capacity (on paper): 1,330 lb

Sticker max. payload: 1,245 lb
Reduction: 0

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2017, 5.7L, 4WD, DC, XP model. Payload = Don't Give a Shite until the rear leafs kiss the overload bumps.

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2014 SR RCLB
Payload: 1835 lbs
Reduction: -7 lbs

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This does not make sense unless your RCLB SR has a 6 cylinder which makes it weigh 168 pounds less than my 2wd RCSB 5.7 with console. I would guess any long bed would weigh less than a short bed. Maybe not?
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This does not make sense unless your RCLB SR has a 6 cylinder which makes it weigh 168 pounds less than my 2wd RCSB 5.7 with console. I would guess any long bed would weigh less than a short bed. Maybe not?
I can't explain it; Hopefully someone smarter than me will be along to enlighten us. But out of curiosity I looked at the brochure / booklet I have for the 2013 model*, and sure enough even with the same engine it lists the long bed as having a higher payload than the standard bed. The configuration with the highest payload listed is a 5.7L RCLB 4x2.

* The reason I have the 2013 booklet but a 2014 truck is that when I ordered my truck it was a 2013 but late in the model year, and by the time it got to me it was a 2014.

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But out of curiosity I looked at the brochure / booklet I have for the 2013 model*, and sure enough even with the same engine it lists the long bed as having a higher payload than the standard bed. The configuration with the highest payload listed is a 5.7L RCLB 4x2.

* The reason I have the 2013 booklet but a 2014 truck is that when I ordered my truck it was a 2013 but late in the model year, and by the time it got to me it was a 2014.
Is not the long bed version assigned a higher GVWR because of the better stability associated with the longer wheelbase?

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I believe these figures are referring to cab cargo. Passengers and any other crap in your cab. Bed load is something else.


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I believe these figures are referring to cab cargo. Passengers and any other crap in your cab. Bed load is something else.
That is hilarious. Please post a picture of 1835 lbs of passengers and other crap inside a regular cab.

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I think the ďproblemĒ is Toyota follows the new regs for towing, which are very conservative vs other manufacturers. Part of that ďproblemĒ is also the very conservative stance that Toyota has for safety. Iíd love to see their internal engineering report on safety factor, Iím guessing itís significantly larger than most would think.

When a family with small children is towing a 7500lb travel trailer, with WDH properly set up, with some odds and ends in the bed of a Tundra, and the truck doesnít break a sweat, you may have a bit more room than the sticker represents. I stay under the limits but the obvious safety factor is much appreciated.
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Is not the long bed version assigned a higher GVWR because of the better stability associated with the longer wheEl base?
RCLB is the same frame/platform as all other config.
Only the DCLB has a longer frame and wheel base.
So,....no.
The payload is higher because the body/cab/interior is lighter than other config. The magic number is 7200.
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I believe these figures are referring to cab cargo. Passengers and any other crap in your cab. Bed load is something else.
Payload is all cargo. Whether in the cab or bed.
So,...no.
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