The amount your Ford Super Duty can tow depends on its setup, so here’s how it breaks down:
- Standard: Tow up to 21,000 pounds with a conventional setup.
- 5th Wheel: Upgrade to 5th wheel for a maximum of 27,500 pounds.
- Gooseneck Hitch Prep Package: Upgrade fully to tow up to 32,500 pounds.
How does the Ford Super Duty achieve such capability, you ask? It all comes down to groundbreaking engineering. The latest Ford Super Duty slashed its weight by using high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy across the body. The result is a best-in-class GCWR of 42,800 pounds, and Ford reinvested some of that saved weight into:
- Stronger Axles
- Stronger Steering and Chassis Components
- 95% High-Strength Steel Boxed Frame
Powering it all is an available Power Stroke Turbo Diesel V8, which leads the class in terms of both horsepower and torque.
Small wonder that the Ford Super Duty tows so much. It even makes towing that much safer and more convenient with:
- AdvanceTrac With RSC And Trailer Sway Control
- Largest-in-Class Brakes
- TorqShift SelectShift 6-Speed Automatic with Tow/Haul