Largest Thing you've towed

Discussion in 'Drivetrain Tech' started by Jon, Feb 11, 2009.

  1. OP

    Jon Administrator

    SWEET! :thumbup:
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  3. blueovelboy

    blueovelboy the original ranger

    i just put 20 60lbs bags of concrete on a pallet and then in my 09 ranger and took it home only about 10 miles but not a problem thats like 1200 lbs plus me at 310lbs poor little ranger
  4. bowmaster85

    bowmaster85 New Member


    Cant say it was a pallet of pavers. But it was enough pavers that the front end lifted off the ground going accross intersections for 20 miles.
  5. OP

    Jon Administrator

    That's amazing. If only you had some pics!!
  6. mustang ranger

    mustang ranger New Member

    i hauled a olnder dodge 1500 with a four wheller in the back of the ranger and a empty trailer on the dodge thats bad a** for a v6 with plenty of mods from heads to rear end lol 2wd its a great truck i never want to get rid of it butt i was a chevy person till my dad gave me this truck he owned a heating and air truck when he sonld it he kept some vehicles and i got that truck that way he gave bouth sisters one and i have done to much work to this truck.i love it though
  7. flatbedranger

    flatbedranger New Member

    nothing much but i pulled a monte carlo out of the snow packed ditch with about 4 people on back
  8. A Fleetwood pop up tent trailer
  9. 99RangerAlfredo

    99RangerAlfredo cute things go fast

    bentley 24 ft pontoon boat ... towed it literally a couple of blocks but i still towed it.

  10. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    Sadly I have towed nothing...I CARRY everything
  11. what your truck has no hitch :)
  12. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    I took it off after the body lift, I really dont need it
  13. TurdFX4

    TurdFX4 Schuylkill Countys Finest

    Ditch Witch
  14. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    thats what I used to call my first wife, had to haul her ass all over!
  15. bobkyle2

    bobkyle2 !! BAMF !!

  16. UrbanRedneck

    UrbanRedneck New Member

    Here in Michigan with the snow it gets crazy, and no one knows how to drive. So I've pulled everything from little Honda's up to a 2008 F-350 plow truck with a fully loaded salt hopper in the bed that was stuck in a pile he was trying to push snow over. I pulled my buddies 1978 Ford that had a bulldozer motor under the hood and was a standard cab long box that weight 9500 lbs out of the mud 2 or 3 times when he got it up to the axles. I also have a 26' travel trailer that I have had to move around through the snow. In the bed I have had it loaded up to the top of the cab up north bring in fire wood down to the property. These trucks are freaking amazing at the shear grunt they have. I still push the limits of my truck to see what I can do with it and I haven't found a breaking point.:thumbup:
  17. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    Wow...very cool man!
  18. DiabloBlanco

    DiabloBlanco Those Damn Kids

    ive never towed anything :O
  19. fomoco

    fomoco Moderator


    thats right :D:yes:
  20. Scubasteve913

    Scubasteve913 scuba steve913

    it doesnt count if you dont have a pucture to prove it :thumbsup:
    Last edited: Feb 6, 2011
  21. southbama man

    southbama man New Member

    I towed a 1997 19 ft. Mariah ski boat. It has an inboard Mercruiser 350 throttle body. It is beautiful! I will get some pics of it.

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