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Old 02-17-2014, 12:54 AM   #1
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I have a 2009 F150 5.4 4x4 and I am looking at renting a uhaul trailer to move some smaller furniture (nightstands, chairs, coffee table, etc...). Would I be ok getting a 4'x8' or should I go for the 5'x8'? Will I have any issues towing one behind my F150? Any other tips or suggestions with your experience with uhauls? Thanks!
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Your fine with what ever size you want to pull. Go to the UHaul website and pick your size. Plug in your vehicle and it will let you know what you can pull.
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I had a 05 5.4 4x4 and pulled the enclosed 6x12 with no issues at all. Just make sure the trailer you get is newer and the surge brakes work fine.

As states above, go on uhaul's website and plug your car info in and it will tell you what you can tow.
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