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What are the towing specs for a 95 1500 small v-8 pu?

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2011-09-13 21:29:57
2011-09-13 21:29:57

1500 to 3500 pounds. with about 5-800 lbs of tongue weight. Please use trailer brakes above 2000 lbs and please don't use bumper hitch for more than 1000 pounds. Use a reciver hich that bolts to the truck frame. Watch engine temp while towing. good luck

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