How do I find the Gross Combination Weight Rating (GCWR) of my Ford?
The Gross Combination Weight Rating (GCWR) of a vehicle is the maximum allowable weight of the vehicle, cargo, passengers, and trailer combined (Gross Combination Weight).
The Gross Combination Weight Rating is determined by several factors: vehicle, engine, transmission, axle ratio, optional equipment, and trailer hitch type used (weight distributing, non-weight distributing, gooseneck).
To find the GCWR:
- Visit the RV & Trailer Towing Guides page on the Ford fleet website.
- Select the Towing Guide for your vehicle's model year.
- Refer to the Axle Ratio table to determine your rear axle ratio and Limited Slip.
Helpful Tip: To search the Towing Guide, press CTRL + F to open a search box in your browser. You can then enter any term, such as GCWR, to search the guide.
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