Took me a long time to figure this one out too. "Standard" towing capacity is the maximum weight that can be towed with the factory supplied hitch. "Maximum" towing capacity is the absolute maximum weight that the vehicle can tow with an after market hitch made for heavy hauling, such as a 5th wheel.
I have a 5.4 v8 F350 XLT (regular cab long bed) and it has 3:73 gears and I believe the towing capacity is 16,000 pounds.
sierra leone's war laste for about 12 years from 1991-2003
Look in the owners manual.
98.4 litres on short box 125.9 on long box
Below I'll list some configurations for max towing capacity on a 2010 Ford F-150 FX4. 5.4L Triton V8 Engine 6 Speed Automatic Transmission Crew Cab 5 1/2 or 6 1/2 foot long bed Max Trailer Tow Package Max Towing Capacity: 11,500 pounds (class-leading)
you can tow anything with a ram as long as it's at or below the maximum towing capacity
I believe its 8500 lbs. with a weight distributing hitch.
The amount you can tow will depend on the hitch. You probably have a Class III hitch since it has a 2" receiver. The hitch manufacturer will include a rating on the hitch. Most Class III hitches are rated for towing 5000 pounds. They also are rated for putting 500 pounds of downward pressure on the trailer tongue. If you want greater towing capacity, you can add a weight distribution system to the hitch and it will increase you towing capacity by at least 50%. Check the documentation with your hitch to determine the exact towing capacity of your hitch.
So long as no money is owed the first towing company.
Yes, as long as the filter fits and you add the extra oil for the extra capacity of the larger filter.
as long as 5th wheel is installed in correct place and 5th wheel is within towing capacity ,yes you can
If you mean that can you tow a FWD car behind you then yes (as long as it's in neutral). You can also tow with a FWD if it has a decent towing capacity.
i almost got stuck out side of Vegas going up the cahon pass 4500 ft elev. with a 1500 lb trailer lucky i had 3 bags of ice to put on the radiator to prevent the motor blowing its got a v-6 and manual trans los angeles was a long way home i don't recomment towing any thing up a hill at ALL
according to some sources I have found, it is 7500 lbs. I have the same truck and as long as you take it easy, there is not much it cant pull.
To find your towing capacity, weigh it as it would normally be loaded then weigh it with your trailer hooked up. Verify that you are not going over the front or rear maximum ratings on your truck while hooked up and as long as the weight does not exceed the maximum limit, you should be fine.
if it is a standard cab long box, possibly 105 litres (production option) if not, 95 litres
The 2003 GMC Sierra-1500 is 18 ft. 6.1 in. (222.1 in.) long.
The 2007 GMC Sierra-1500 is 17 ft. 1.6 in. (205.6 in.) long.
The 2011 GMC Sierra-1500 is 17 ft. 1.6 in. (205.6 in.) long.
The 2011 GMC Sierra-2500HD is 18 ft. 9 in. (225 in.) long.
The 2008 GMC Sierra-2500HD is 18 ft. 8.7 in. (224.7 in.) long.
The 2006 GMC Sierra-2500HD is 18 ft. 8.5 in. (224.5 in.) long.
The 2001 GMC Sierra-2500HD is 18 ft. 6.1 in. (222.1 in.) long.
The 2012 GMC Sierra-3500HD is 18 ft. 9 in. (225 in.) long.