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Ford Raptor - Towing #13619707 07/05/20 05:45 PM
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Anyone own a Raptor and pull a 21’ boat? Looking for some feedback from someone that actually does it. I’m thinking about getting lifted 2020 Raptor on 37’s and my first concern was towing. I currently drive a Ram 2500 diesel and know it won’t live up to that, but I honestly don’t tow that much and rarely anything besides my 21’ Skeeter. Will I regret my decision?

Re: Ford Raptor - Towing [Re: hawghunter58] #13619826 07/05/20 07:37 PM
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Had an '18 Raptor for almost 2 years and 40k miles. Pull a 22' bay boat that weighs in at a little over 4k pounds. The way the truck squatted you would have thought half the trailer weight was on the tongue but it pulled fine. Running 70mph with the boat attached it got between 7-8mpg depending on which way the wind was blowing. Other then the squat it pulled fine. Sold it and went back to a super duty.

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