2020 Ford Super Duty Pickup Tow Weight Rating
Ford Super Duty pickups are made to conquer big jobs. One task they’re often needed for is towing. How much can the 2020 Ford Super Duty pickups tow?
The towing capacity of the 2020 Ford Super Duty pickups depends on the towing method used. Limits for the three main methods of towing are:
- Conventional Towing: 24,200 pounds
- 5th-Wheel Towing: 32,500 pounds
- Gooseneck Towing: 37,000 pounds
As seen in the figures above, the absolute top-tier towing capacity of the 2020 Ford Super Duty pickup models is 37,000 pounds.
How much can the 2020 Ford Super Duty chassis cab models tow?
If the Super Duty is equipped with a chassis cab rather than a pickup bed, the limit is 31,600 when 5th-wheel towing, and 18,500 when conventional towing.
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2020 Ford Super Duty Pickup Towing Capacity Breakdown Charts
The towing capability of each 2020 Ford Super pickup differs depending on the exact build configuration of the model. To see the towing limit of the 2020 Ford Super Duty pickup model that you own or are interested in, check out the tables below.
Note that the Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) references in the tables refers to the maximum allowed combined weight of the vehicle, trailer and cargo (including passengers). The Maximum Loaded Trailer Weight figures assume a towing vehicle with any mandatory options, no cargo, a tongue load of 10% (for a conventional trailer) or king pin weight of 15% (for a 5th-wheel trailer) and a driver and passenger that weigh 150 pounds each. The weight of any additional options, passengers, cargo and hitch must be deducted from this figure.
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