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Old 06-09-2008, 09:57 AM   #1
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I have a 2003 f150 lariat super crew with 5.4 engine 373 rear end and 17 inch wheels.The owners manual does not show the towing capacity for this combination.Can anyone advise the towing capacity?
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It should be in the owners manual. IF you are towing on the bumper (not reccomended) its a 5k towing capacity with a 500lb tongue weight. On the reciever its 8600 lbs and a total combined weight of 13500 lbs. page 166. If you don't have the manual in front of you or have lost it here is a link to it to d/l it. https://web.msslib.dealerconnection....000c588038b4b4
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