This is a discussion on New TT, need to upgrade my 150 (Max gvwr) within the F150 Ecoboost Towing forums, part of the F150 Ecoboost Forum category; Originally Posted by TCP2 We tow the same size trailer (7500GVWR, 29ft tip to tail, Open Range 2504BH). The Non-HDPP XLT from 2015 up have ...
That would suffice.
2016 2.7 4x4 screw
The truck above is an XLT with hand picked items to get as close to a 302A package as possible. It's really close, but you don't get the 10way electric adjustable passenger seat. (very frustrating)
Was able to get the console, but shifter is on the column. No way to get the "sport" version of the console.
It's a chore to build because the craziest little choices will require you to drop the max pay package.
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Last edited by snakebitten; 04-13-2019 at 07:54 PM.
2018 KingRanch Kingsville Edition- Gen2 3.5 - Runs SO good on Factory tunes. Simply amazing. Good Job Ford
If I were trailering frequently, I'd seriously consider building up an HDPP with the features I wanted... it would be a lot more comfortable ride than a Super Duty.
I honestly don't like the electronic adjusting seats. Too slooooooooooow.
I want my next truck to be a 2.7 with the payload package.
2016 2.7 4x4 screw
Last edited by mwemaxxowner; 04-13-2019 at 09:17 PM.
2015 F150 XL sCab Sport 4x2, Race Red, 2.7 Ecoboost, 3.73 E-lock, Tow package, Integrated trailer brake controller, Bizon tri-fold tonneau, OEM drop-in bedliner, otherwise stock
If more restrictive gun laws were the answer, then Chicago and California would be the safest places to live.
Have killer deals hanging on '18 leftover Ram 2500 w the 6.4 Hemi and the other with the Cummins. Both trucks way more than I need but for the money I might have to bite.
I tow a 7000lb GVWR trailer (6500 measured) with a max tow F-150 SCREW, 3.5 EB, Platinum trim. My tow rating is 12,700. Awesome. My payload is 1645. Whimpy. By the time I add trailer and the wife, we have about 150 of payload headroom. Long as I don't take the easy-up we're fine...
Tows great with an Equal-i-zer hitch, but there is some squat. No problems going over passes - like 60 MPH up a 6% grade, no temp increases. Pretty sure my headlights would be in on-coming eyes.
I'm considering adding wedges to the overload leafs so that they engage earlier. Thoughts?
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