Next 11,600 - 6000 leaves 5600lbs max for a total of all other weights. I am always taken aback by this question on these boards because it's taken so lightly and answered by I tow this and I tow that and is not anywhere near a proper usefull answer. Then, is your truck equipped well enough for towing? Need more info to get a feel for what your commenting on. Hold throttle open far enough and it will stay in the lower gears longer. The info in post 6 is a good place to start with info. There is no way that the truck on it's own unladen is taking up 2800lbs of rear axle capacity, even with 2 full fuel tanks. In any case, heres whats important to know when using towing: Use the 1997 ford f150 towing capacity from the professionals.
Add two people at 200 lbs each plus some extra of another 200 lbs. Then, is your truck equipped well enough for towing? My 1999 owner's manual only shows the 4x4 having a 4. It is better to repair your equipment on site, and only if it is impossible to use the 1997 ford f150 towing capacity. I am getting ready to purchase a Toy Hauler and I'm thinking it might be time for a new truck. The order sheet reads 852 A for the Rear Axle which I think is a 308. Thanks'97 F150 supercab with a 4. I am going to have to do some more experimenting when spring comes.
Curb Weight-automatic 3929 lbs Curb Weight-manual 3970 lbs Vehhistory. I know this won't answer the question to your satisfaction but maybe it will help a little. Towing is prohibited: — the steering does not work, — the braking system does not work — on a flexible hitch in the ice. My actual truck weight is 5300 lbs. If you have an owner's manual, it will say in there. Note that the gross ratings takes into account the ratings of your tires, brake capacity,axle capacity, gear ratio, transmission type, motor size etc that is not the same for all models and is one reasn you can't take what some one else does as an absolute guide to your application.
Better think about an F250 of a later year to meet the requirements. Subtract your trucks actual weight or it's weight as stated on your title if it is stated or get it weighed. None of the information is entered into the databases by ourselves. Here is what you need to do for a more proper answer. Please refer to our terms of service for more information. I am getting ready to purchase a Toy Hauler and I'm thinking it might be time for a new truck.
Does anyone the towing capacities for this truck? To much snow and cold now. As soon as I got it out of the shop I made a trip to Mexico pulling a 14 ft aluminum boat with a 35 Horse motor on it. It has little to do with the tonge weight that should never be in excess of about 600 lbs with any kind of towing for an F150 size. I'm sure it will handle more on flat ground than in the mountains. I am going to have to do some more experimenting when spring comes. Transportation on the tow truck is the safest and most widespread variant of towing by professionals.
The accuracy of the information in our database cannot be guaranteed or verified, and we are unable to certify that a vehicle history is complete. We are reliant upon outside agencies for our data, which you resolve to access at your own risk. I knew the clutch was shot in it when I bought it. The order sheet reads 852 A for the Rear Axle which I think is a 308. Wondering if someone could help. I am getting ready to purchase a Toy Hauler and I'm thinking it might be time for a new truck.
Remember that if the towing mechanism is damaged your equipment can become uncontrollable and dangerous! I'm sure it will handle more on flat ground than in the mountains. Thanks'97 F150 supercab with a 4. Look at the tag on the bolt at your rear diff and it says what gear ratio you have. Subtract this total weight from the gross combined weight rateing. Better think about an F250 of a later year to meet the requirements. If your camper weighs in with the boat at no more than your the gross combined weight you good to go but know your fully loaded and running at the edge of reliability for the transmission , tires etc.
Having said all that, I find that as long as I don't have to navigate any steep hills it does just fine with several hundred pounds of gear in the bed and pulling boat and motor. I'm sure it will handle more on flat ground than in the mountains. The tow rating for the 4. The problem that I am having is that I am not sure if the replacement differential was the same as my original. When towing, pay attention to the following: — use reliable mechanisms for towing, — observe the speed limit, — observe the rules of the road, — follow the towing instructions. I have the chart in my manual which I still have! What would I need to do this? What would I need to do this? The tow rating for the 4.