How Much Can the 2019 Ford Super Duty Lineup Tow and Haul?
The 2019 Ford Super Duty lineup has arrived and, to the surprise of absolutely no one here at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL, it features best-in-class towing and payload ratings. That’s right, once again the new Ford Super Duty lineup is the most capable heavy-duty pickup truck lineup available, meaning anyone who depends on their truck day in and day out should look no further than the new Ford F-250 Super Duty lineup, the new Ford F-350 Super Duty lineup, or the new Ford F-450 Super Duty lineup. But even though we know the 2019 Ford Super Duty lineup offers best-in-class towing and payload ratings, that still begs the question – how much can the 2019 Ford Super Duty lineup tow and haul? We’re going to find that out right here.
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We told you in our introduction that the 2019 Ford Super Duty lineup features best-in-class towing ratings, but even saying only that is selling the lineup short. That’s because the 2019 Ford Super Duty lineup features a best-in-class conventional towing rating and a best-in-class gooseneck towing rating, to go along with a 5th-wheel towing rating that is just as high as the other two. More specifically, the 2019 Ford Super Duty lineup features a maximum conventional towing rating of 21,000 pounds, a maximum gooseneck towing rating of 35,000 pounds, and a maximum 5th-wheel towing rating of 27,500 pounds.
What is the 2019 Ford Super Duty Lineup’s Best-in-Class Maximum Payload Rating?
Now that we’ve got the 2019 Ford Super Duty lineup’s best-in-class towing ratings out of the way, let’s take a closer look at the lineup’s best-in-class payload rating. The 2019 Ford Super Duty lineup features a best-in-class maximum payload rating of 7,640 pounds.
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