CAN YOU TOW A 94 NISSAN PICKUP TRUCK WITH A FORD RANGER XLT TRUCK USING A TOW DOLLY
Ranger XLT pickup truck has a tow capacity rating of 6500 pounds. The camper special as a rating of 8500 pounds.
flat tow 4 wheel drive ranger
I get about 20mpg with my 2002 XLT 6 cylinde 4.0 when I tow a trailer it dropes to about 13mpg
Yes it can for a short distance of a couple of blocks if you are sure to put the escape in neutral and tow a about 15 miles an hour or less. If you have a four cylinder in your ranger I wouldn't attempt much more that that. If you have a V6 and need to tow it a few miles you need to get a tow dolly from U haul or somewhere and watch your trucks temperature gauge to make sure you don't over heat your Ranger. In the long run it is probably cheaper to call for a tow truck.
Check out the u-haul page on towing specs. Thier trailers require a certain weight class truck. The XLT weighs 4000 gross and 3200 lbs Dry.
A Ford Ranger can tow approximately 6000 pounds of weight. However, some models can only tow up to 2000 pounds of weight.
Yes, as long as the drive wheels are up on the dolly.
You will need to remove the drive shaft to tow a Jeep with a tow dolly.
You have to remove the driveshaft to tow with a dolly.
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in an automatic, if you are going a long distance or the transmission has alot of miles on it, its better for it if you do disconnect it in a standard it doesnt matter
ABSOLUTELY NOT!! Use a dolly on the front wheels.
You can only tow a four wheel drive or automatic Cherokee on a tow dolly with the rear drive shaft removed.
no you can not tow a vehicle with an auto trans on a dolly if the drive axle is on the ground. the auto trans does not circulate fluid to the parts unless the engine is running.
Maybe. If its a 2.3 downhill maybe....
in the sub-grille with the tow hooks
The best answer will come from your owners manual or Ford service department. My best guess is if it's an automatic, no. Manual, maybe. With a tow dolly, yes.
If Fwd and the front tires are on the dolly. yes.If Fwd and the front tires are on the dolly. yes.
2 wheel drive with manual transmission - YES - no restrictions
It really depends on the engine/transmission application of the vehicle.
You need to find what the weight rating of the tow dolly is. That will determine if it can or if it can't. Some tow dollies can, and some cannot.
If the front wheels are on a tow dolly, the rear shaft will need disconnected.If the front wheels are on a tow dolly, the rear shaft will need disconnected.
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