What Is the GVWR of Ford F600?

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The Ford F600 has a GVWR of 21,000 pounds. This is an older version in the F-series of Ford trucks and is known for its huge towing capacity. The F600 was most popular in the 1960s.
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Most F 600's are below 26,000 lbs. Most states do not require a CDL for anything under 26,000 pounds unless you are towing a heaving trailer. Hope this helps. ...
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