Sorry, didn't answer your question.
I plan to pull the 27 WP with my 2011
F-150 4x4 V-6 twin turbo Ecoboost.
Rented a toy hauler a week ago that was loaded to 9,000 lbs. Weighed my truck with full fuel, two adults, two pups and about 100 lbs of stuff. Truck weighed in at 6,500 lbs. With
the 9,000 lb trailer, it put me right at the max combined truck and trailer limit of 15,500. Truck is rated to pull more than 9,000 lbs but doing so exceeds the max combined limit.
I'm impressed with the truck.
With the cruise set at 60, it pulled the 9,000 pound trailer up some pretty steep Arizona mountain grades and the engine RPM never exceeded 2,000. The mpg dropped down though to 10-12. I usually get 22-24 mpg on the hwy without a trailer.
My 27WP has a dry weight of only 5,800 lbs and a GVWR of 8,000.
Won't have any trouble with the F-150 Ecoboost.
Can't wait to try it out.
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