Use RV Tow Check 3.0 to learn how much you can tow with your vehicle.
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|Cab/Drive||S 4X2 CC||SV 4X2 CC||SL 4X2 CC||Platinum|
|Box Length (feet)||6.5||6.5||6.5||6.5|
|Engine (diesel)||5.0L V8||5.0L V8||5.0L V8||5.0L V8|
|GVW (Curb Wt.)||6,710||6,875||7,111||7,202|
|Realistic towing capacities are provided by RV Tow Check|
(1) Payload with gooseneck hitch is reduced to 1,930 pounds.
(2) Since the gooseneck hitch is included, we did not add the 5th wheel hitch. If a 5th wheel hitch is added, include its weight to the "Gear/Cargo& Misc." entry on the RV Tow Check calculator.
Visit our comparison tow rating charts for half-ton, three-quarter and one ton trucks.
"I have a 41 foot 5th wheel being pulled with a three-quarter-ton diesel and have no problems so far. Love it."
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