2021 Ford F-650 Specs

October 19th, 2020 by

Ford F-650 with vintage car being loaded onto bed

Ford F-Series Medium Duty trucks deliver the power and capability that your Chicago-area business needs to take operations to the next level. With one look at the 2021 Ford F-650 specs, you’ll see exactly what we mean! We’ve broken down all of the engine options and weight ratings for the five basic F-650 configurations below, so you’ll have all the information you need to start exploring upfitting and customization options.

Ford F-650 Engine Options

Gas-powered F-650 trucks receive a class-exclusive 7.3L V8 as standard, while diesel-powered models receive the celebrated 6.7L Power Stroke® V8 turbo-diesel. All diesel configurations also offer two even more powerful versions of the same engine!

Here’s what you should know about each option:

7.3-Liter V8 Gas

  • Standard – 350 hp and 468 lb-ft of torque

6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo-Diesel

  • Standard – 270 hp and 700 lb-ft of torque
  • Optional – 300 hp and 725 lb-ft of torque
  • Optional – 330 hp and 750 lb-ft of torque

All configurations are paired with a TorqShift® HD 6-Speed Automatic Double Overdrive transmission. Most F-650 models also receive a Hydraulic Brake System, the Bosch HydroMax® w/Traction Control. However, those who upgrade with the Diesel Tractor configuration will receive Air Brakes w/Traction Control and Meritor Q-Plus w/ ABS instead.

Ford F-650 Gross Vehicle Weight Ratings

Gross Vehicle Weight Ratings are among the most important Ford F-650 specs to consider before you choose a model for your Madison or Green Bay business! These models, after all, are mainly intended for hauling, rather than towing. Here’s what you need to know:

F-650 Pro Loader (Gas)

  • GVWR (Standard Range) – 22,000-26,000 pounds
  • GVWR (Maximum) – 37,000 pounds
  • Front Axle Weight Rating – 8,500 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Standard) – 13,500 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Optional) – 17,500 pounds

F-650 Pro Loader (Diesel)

  • GVWR (Standard Range) – 22,000-26,000 pounds
  • GVWR (Maximum) – 50,000 pounds
  • Front Axle Weight Rating – 8,500 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Standard) – 13,500 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Optional) – 17,500 pounds

F-650 Straight Frame (Gas)

  • GVWR (Standard Range) – 26,000-29,000 pounds
  • GVWR (Maximum) – 37,000 pounds
  • Front Axle Weight Rating (Standard Range) – 8,500-10,000 pounds
  • Front Axle Weight Rating (Optional Range) – 10,000-12,000 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Standard Range) – 17,500-21,000 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Optional) – 19,000 pounds

F-650 Straight Frame (Diesel)

  • GVWR (Standard Range) – 31,000-37,000 pounds
  • GVWR (Maximum) – 50,000 pounds
  • Front Axle Weight Rating (Standard Range) – 8,500-10,000 pounds
  • Front Axle Weight Rating (Optional Range) – 10,000-14,000 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Standard Range) – 17,500-21,000 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Optional Range) – 19,000-26,000 pounds

F-650 Tractor (Diesel)

  • GVWR (Standard Range) – 27,500-37,000 pounds
  • GVWR (Maximum) – 50,000 pounds
  • Front Axle Weight Rating (Standard) – 10,000 pounds
  • Front Axle Weight Rating (Optional Range) – 12,000-14,000 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Standard Range) – 17,500-21,000 pounds
  • Rear Axle Weight Rating (Optional Range) – 21,000-26,000 pounds

Ford F-650 Payload Specs

Because Ford F-650 trucks are always customized to suit the needs of the buyer, you’ll want to work with your upfitter in order to determine precise payload ratings for your model. In general, you can calculate your maximum payload by subtracting the total weight of your vehicle from its Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, while taking into account where the weight is going to be distributed.

Put the Ford F-650 Specs to the Test!

We want you to make the most of the 2021 Ford F-650 specs, and we’re here to help you configure and upfit your chosen model as needed. Now that you’ve had a chance to see how much weight this behemoth can move, we’re sure that you’ll be eager to get a closer look.

Check out our new F-650 inventory today, and let us know when you’ve found a model with everything you need.

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