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Old 02-09-2014, 07:00 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by doit2010 View Post
Let me see if I can do a better job with supplying all theneeded information.

2013 F150 4x4 Spercrew Lariat EcoBoost 3.5 V6 Electronic 6Speed Select Shift Auto 501A Pkg., 3.55 Electronic Lock RR Axle, P275/65R 18ALL Terrain,
7350 #GVWR pkg., Beak Controller, Trailer Sway Control,Trailer Tow Pkg.,
Front Axle GVWR 3900
Rear Axle GVWR 3850
GVWR 7350

So if this is not enough info what else would be needed?
What is the Payload Capacity on the door sticker? This determines how much trailer tongue weight it can handle in addition to the weight of the people and other cargo in the truck. Typically your truck will run out of payload before it runs out of towing capacity. Essentially, the payload is the difference between the GVWR of the truck and what it weighs without cargo. The best way is to actually weigh the truck. It costs about $10 at a CAT scale.

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2013 XLT SuperCrew Short Bed 3.5 Ecoboost 3.55 E-locker, 7100# GVWR, 1607# payload
2010 Fun Finder Xtra XT-245 toy hauler, 6700# loaded with two dirt bikes, and the truck is within all wt. limits

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