1992 Ford F-350 4 x 2 Dualie
for a 1992 Ford F-350 4 x 2 Dualie:
If you are thinking about towing a trailer with a 1992 Ford F-350 4 x 2 Dualie then it is important to know what your tow capacity is for your F-350 4 x 2 Dualie. Based on the Ford owner's manual the tow capacity for a 1992 Ford F-350 4 x 2 Dualie is:
||F-350 4 x 2 Dualie
||7.3 V-8 Diesel
||Notes: Requires 4.10:1 axle ratio and Trailer Towing/Camper Package or Super Engine Cooling with Handling Package. Tow rating with manual transmission is 8200 lbs. (7.3 V-8 Diesel). Maximum standard-cab tow limit for fifth-wheel trailer is 11,400 lbs. (7.3 V-8 Diesel) and 12,500 lbs. (7.5 V-8). Maximum SuperCab tow rating for fifth-wheel trailer is 11,100 lbs. (7.3 V-8 Diesel), 12,500 lbs. (7.5 V-8) with automatic transmission, and 8200 lbs. (7.3 V-8 Diesel) and 10,400 lbs. (7.5 V-8) with manual transmission.
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