F150 Towing Capacity?


If you are thinking about purchasing an F150, you may have the need to know the towing capacity of the vehicle. This will depend entirely upon the style of vehicle you opt for as well as the engine type. The wheel base will also make a difference. While it may be frustrating to not have a general answer, this means that there is a Ford truck that will have the ability to tow anything that you may need. There are F150 trucks made for towing light loads as well as heavy ones.
Q&A Related to "F150 Towing Capacity?"
1. Refer to the owner's manual to check the F-150's maximum towing capacity, as assigned by the factory. A number of factors, like the gear ratio, frame strength and motor of the
The 4.6-liter TritonTM V-8 achieves 231 horsepower at 4,750 rpm and an impressive
The 2009 and 2010 Ford F150 trucks have a max tow rating of 11,500 pounds when properly equipped. (5.4L V8, max towing package, crew cab, etc.
Depending on rear end ratio, about 4000-5500 pounds. Keep in mind the 302 is a total dog when it comes to towing and realistically anything over 4000 will be taxing on the truck.
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