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Does the 4 banger have what it takes?

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Old 11-29-2004, 05:33 PM
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Question Does the 4 banger have what it takes?

Hi everyone. I own a 96 ford ranger 4x2 super cab... 4 cylinder 2.3L. It's been the most reliable vehicle i've ever owned. Anyhow, my question.....I'm buying a boat and just curious as to how much weight my truck can handle pulling without being too hard on it. The boat i have in mind is gonna be about a 1500 pound package. I dont have an owners guide for this truck or anything to get this information. so, any info would be greatly appreciated. thanks
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Old 11-30-2004, 09:53 PM
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look at the tag on the driver's door, or the driver's door post. There should be some information there. It should tell you what the max axle load weights are. I'm going to guess that pulling a 1500 pound load would be borderline.
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