Sorry....I didn't explain where I was headed with my question. But, big THANKS for taking time to answer.
What I was concerned about is the total weight of the TJ, with and without the hard top, because I also need to include the weight of the cargo (camper in the truck bed), so that it all doesn't exceed the legal GCW (Gross Combination Weight). GCW = GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) + Loaded Trailer Tongue Load.
Yes, the F350 can tow a bunch, but when I add up all the numbers of the curb weight of the truck, weight of all the gear, weight of the passengers including the dog and his stuff, wet weight of the camper, weight of the honkin' tow bar, and weight of all the beer and TP, and then add the weight of the Jeep with its winch, etc. - it gets to be a bunch for the Super Duty - and may be over the limit for GCW. I do recognize that the Jeep toad only adds tongue weight, so I can probably neglect the weight of the top.
This made me go back and get out my old 4-function calculator. Guess all I really wanted to know is how much the top weighs so I can convince my wife to lift it on and off. Looks like I'll lose that one and should get a Hoist-A-Top.