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trailering a boat with a 2.7 eco boost #14523155 11/02/22 06:12 PM
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Does any currently pull a boat with the 2.7 Ford eco boost? i have a 21 ft Triton and looking at a different vehicle-thanks for any input.

Re: trailering a boat with a 2.7 eco boost [Re: lundy] #14523212 11/02/22 06:47 PM
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Many do it with ease...you'll have no problems at all.

Re: trailering a boat with a 2.7 eco boost [Re: lundy] #14551780 12/01/22 01:28 PM
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I have the 2.7 and pull mine up and down the hills around Lake Guntersville all the time. Just don't look at the gas mileage screen while towing. grin


coffee spelled backwards is eeffoc. I don't give eeffoc until I have my morning coffee.
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