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Ford F-350 Towing Capacity

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You can find 953 different trims/engines for the Ford F-350 and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2001 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Ford F-350 is a heavy-duty truck that entered production as part of the Super Duty Series in 1999. The Super Duty series is a range of medium and heavy-duty pickups produced by Ford for commercial use.

There has been a form of the F-350 in the F-Series going as far back as 1953 though.

The Super Duty range is Ford's series of heavy-duty trucks that have been around since 1999. These are trucks that are typically larger and more powerful than the more consumer-focused F-150. The range goes all the way through to the truly colossal commercial F-750.

The F-350 falls between the smallest F-150 and the larger number of variants as it can be used for both private and commercial towing and hauling applications. The F-350 is also one step larger than the F-250.

In terms of competing vehicles in the same class, the F-350 is typically put up against the Dodge RAM 3500.

There have been a number of engine options in recent years, with three petrol engines and two diesel engines being available. Most of these engines are V8s ranging from 6.2 L to 7.3 L liters, while the Triton gas engine stands out as V10.

All of the F-350 engine configurations can deliver over 575 N⋅m / 424 lb.

The latest diesel variant of the F-350 comes with the 6.7-liter PowerStroke, which is a turbocharged V8 capable of delivering 475 hp and 1,424 N⋅m / 1,050 lb-ft .

These engines are paired with the TorqShift 6-speed automatic transmission for most models.

The minimum towing capacity for the latest F-350 comes in at 5,455kg / ~12,026lb. With the optimum towing trim, this figure goes up to 9,545kg / ~21,043lb.