Probably not. The limit on the SRW is pin weight not exceeding GVWR, while the dually has a lot more payload capacity. Adding 6000 lbs of trailer adds 1200 - 1500 lbs of payload, at 20% to 25% rule of thumb. The manufacturers know that they can't exceed the total vehicle GVWR, so they leave the tricks and justifications based on loading up to the rear axle weight rating to us...
When checking the TL specs for the Dodge 3500 it shows the dual wheel tow capacity as being 6000 lbs more than the single wheel 3500. I wonder if this is a typo??
What model 3500 DRW truck? Mine is a 2010 with 4:10 rear end, GVWR is 12,200# and GCWR is 24,500#...The newer HO Cummins Dually with tow max package has same amount of HP, goes to 800ftlb of TQ, and though GCWR goes to 30,000#, the GVWR only goes up 100#, to 12,300#...
The dually 3500# offers quite a bit more payload than the 3500 SRW truck, almost like comparing apples to oranges..
Jim & Kathy
2013 Dodge 3500DRW Longhorn 4X4/CC/LB/Aisin tranny/4:10/Cummins: 385HP/850TQ
06 HR Presidential Suite 37RLQ/SK3005 Satellite/Splendide XC2100/4slide/dual pane windows
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"Totally loaded"? "Trailer Laded"? Got me on that one
Cummins12V98, my 5er, last time I weighed it was 15,400# and pinweight was almost 3400#...GVW on my 5er is 16,900#, but when I tow, all tanks, 'cept propane are empty...and the wife and I really don't carry a whole lot.....( pin weight went up a little when I put the combo Splendid washer/dryer in the room that was set up for it, up front...
That picture was taken a little over 2 yrs. ago when I purchased the truck, June of 2010...I had the hitch moved from my 07.5 Chevy Dually to the Dodge and had to tow the 5er from the lot home, about 5 miles. Salesperson took a picture of the rig...if it hadn't been for that, guess I wouldn't have that picture in my sig..(had a buddy add the picture for me, I was too dumb to figure out how to do it myself)
Pin weight is 4,400# on the rear axle and 100# on the front ... OUCH! Actually the rear tires still have over 3,000# capacity before they are at the limit.
NC Hauler my combo sits like yours does in your pic.
I think I need to raise the springs on the rv or get the wife to unload a few things! Problem most of the weight is on and forward of the axles.
Holy sh!t that's alot of pin weight.
Yea I about fell over!
When I bought it I pulled it to the truck scales and the pin wt was 3,500# including 100# on the front axle. We added about 2,000# of stuff but 1/2 of the wt went to the truck. When I bought the rv the springs were in the highest holes and it rode nose high so I lowered the springs to the lowest holes to make it barely nose high. I ordered the GY G6114 H 17.5 tires and Alcoa wheels today from trailertiresandwheels.com. So I may raise the springs back up and transfer more weight to the back axle now that I have a huge buffer with the H tires.