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Old 12-29-2011, 02:14 PM   #141
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Do the charts go back as far as 2000? I would like to find out what my Ford F250 super duty with an 8 foot bed 4X4, and a 7.3 L diesel is rated for pulling.

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Old 12-29-2011, 02:44 PM   #142
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Here is the chart. Looks like you can get a 11,200 lb capability in a Supercrew shortbed (145" WB), but only in a 4X4 with a 3.73 rearend. This would require the Max Trailer Tow Package.
How did you do that chart? I was trying to figure that out!
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Do the charts go back as far as 2000? I would like to find out what my Ford F250 super duty with an 8 foot bed 4X4, and a 7.3 L diesel is rated for pulling.

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The 7.3 TD engine only comes equipped with a 3.73:1 axle. All F-250 7.3 TD models will also give you 10,000 pounds of conventional hauling capacity if you have manual or automatic. If you are doing fifth-wheel towing with a manual transmission, they are as follows: 14,000 pounds for the two-wheel drive, 13,500 pounds for the four-wheel drive, 13,600 pounds for the Super Cab two-wheel drive, 13,200 pounds for the four-wheel drive Super Cab, 13,300 pounds for the two-wheel Crew Cab and 12,900 pounds for the four-wheel drive Crew Cab. The automatic transmission 7.3 TD hauls 14,000 pounds for the two-wheel drive, 13,500 pounds for the four-wheel drive, 13,700 pounds for the Super Cab two-wheel drive, 13,200 pounds for the four-wheel drive Super Cab, 13,400 pounds for the two-wheel Crew Cab and 13,400 pounds for the four-wheel drive Crew Cab

Read more: 2000 Ford F250 Tow Specifications | eHow.com 2000 Ford F250 Tow Specifications | eHow.com
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Yep, Max tow is required and it does give you the upgraded bumper. Don't really need it since I'm only pulling about 9000 on a 5er. Ford should just put max tow on all 3.73 rears
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Just off the transport truck. Dirty and full of factory/transport stickers.
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Just off the transport truck. Dirty and full of factory/transport stickers.
Nice! You guys make me want one more and more every day
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How did you do that chart? I was trying to figure that out!
If you have Windows 7, click on the start menu, click on the snipping tool, hold the left mouse button and highlight the area on the screen you want to copy, save that as a jpeg and you're all set.
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Do the charts go back as far as 2000? I would like to find out what my Ford F250 super duty with an 8 foot bed 4X4, and a 7.3 L diesel is rated for pulling.

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Hob - go to https://www.fleet.ford.com/showroom/...ng/default.asp.

Unfortunately Ford only keeps the last 10 years of trucks in the tow section.
However, the 99-2002 F250/350 with the 7.3L were all basically the same.

Assuming you are a Standard cab, 4x4, it is 12,500 lbs off the hitch (with load distribution) and 13,400 for a 5er.
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Just off the transport truck. Dirty and full of factory/transport stickers.
Sweet.... What is the payload capacity ?? looks like you got the Max tow pkg ??
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Bit the bullet and closed the deal on a 2011 leftover. Will pick it up on Saturday and will post a picture. Got the SuperCrew 4X4 rated at 9600 pound tow capacity.
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