2020 Ford Super Duty Can Tow a HUGE 37,000 lbs: Here's How It Compares To The Competition!


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    MDJAK  4 months back

    Great job on video and reporting

    • Nick Ahhh
      Nick Ahhh  4 days back

      Mannn I want a F250 with the diesel.

      • BBBYpsi
        BBBYpsi  1 weeks back

        I'd rather have the 2006 or earlier model truck. Not all that emission crap & will last longer with less repairs.

        • cra zy
          cra zy  2 weeks back

          The way you talk is so annoying.

          • Rob Bird
            Rob Bird  3 weeks back

            Cannot believe the 2020s are dynoing 470 at the wheels!

            • william skrainski
              william skrainski  3 weeks back

              How much does that extra 50 ft/lb of torque cost me over the Ram?

              • rev headz
                rev headz  4 weeks back

                when 475hp doesn't sound like much, what a time to be lived.

                • One Good Turn Gets Most Of The Blanket

                  Christmas wish list:
                  - 500 horse diesel
                  - 1,100 Lbs Torque
                  - F350 max tow and payload stats
                  - 10 year drive train warranty
                  - Base Price Diesel XL or XLT for 2020 - 50,000 bucks
                  - 72 month 1.99% cost of money

                  • One Good Turn Gets Most Of The Blanket

                    Andre - Ford pulls this bullshit every year. If you guys would stop pandering to them, you would have called Newman out by telling him to quit comparing the F450 to everyone else’s 350 or 3500 series. Totally different truck. The correct response is to have ford state their max towing, max load capacity of their F350 dually.

                    • Martinez Cesar
                      Martinez Cesar  1 months back

                      Cool it pulls 37k pounds 3 times and then starts to throw up smoke from poor injectors or a faulty EGR valve, pulled 3 times with a king ranch, never again.

                      • Gregory Parrott
                        Gregory Parrott  1 months back

                        With all three manufacturers offer 430+ horsepower and 1000+ ft-lb torque and well over 30,000 lb towing capacity, bragging about who exceeds that has become ridiculous. A small fraction of 1% of owners will EVER approach towing that much, let alone exceed it. And for those that do, a Kenworth, Mack, or Peterbuilt is a better choice. These will last longer and be much safer when towing such loads.

                        • The Jimmy Rig
                          The Jimmy Rig  1 months back

                          pound ft of torque eh? i think the ford rep says it right, cant help but cringe every time you say it backwards 😒

                          • TEXAS RED
                            TEXAS RED  1 months back

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                            • carlosb1
                              carlosb1  1 months back

                              That truck is sweet single cab! 4:40

                              • Benjamin Kline
                                Benjamin Kline  1 months back

                                And how many buyers actually have a driver's license that goes that high

                                • Austin's Stuff
                                  Austin's Stuff  1 months back

                                  A base or semi upgraded f550 would be cheaper than this civilian you can get a new one for 55-60k... this truck in the vid 75-90k...

                                  • Mike L
                                    Mike L  2 months back

                                    For people who are ok with having 37000lbs chasing your little 7000lb pickup down the road at 60mph with nothing but a goose neck between them

                                    • Mr. Good Human
                                      Mr. Good Human  2 months back

                                      Notice they dont mention prices🧐🧐🧐

                                      • Benjamin Taylor
                                        Benjamin Taylor  2 months back

                                        8 in V sit to pee... 6 in a row built to tow..😁😁😁

                                        • Fredy Salgado
                                          Fredy Salgado  2 months back

                                          What's the point? It's a pick truck.

                                          • RahimKnicks
                                            RahimKnicks  2 months back

                                            PowerStroke always shits on duramax. The Ford can literally out tow the chevy but over 10,000 pounds which is insane

                                            • Super Slovak
                                              Super Slovak  2 months back

                                              No average person needs that much power, guys that drive these are compensating for their manhood

                                              • dave slawinski
                                                dave slawinski  2 months back

                                                you Americans talk that you don't go any were unless your dragging thousands of pounds behind you, I think your all full of shit along with the big truck manufacturers, it a case of supply and demand, you demand big v8 noise power torque gas guzzling, and ford and the big truck manufacturers suck up the consumer's ass, regardless of a waste of resources, manufacturing gas guzzling dinosaurs, but the balloon will burst soon as it did in the seventies, then ford will feed you all full of shit about 21st century super trucks with 1.2 litre v4s which are the best thing since sliced bread.

                                                • Da Farmer
                                                  Da Farmer  2 months back

                                                  Planning on buying a f450 single can to tow my spray chemicals cattle. Bales and equipment for farm use I have a semi but the semi is a cocksucker to maneuver in some of our ground

                                                  • Robert J Hilliard
                                                    Robert J Hilliard  2 months back

                                                    How many people you want to kill? Stop it

                                                    • Robert J Hilliard
                                                      Robert J Hilliard  2 months back

                                                      Total outrage......it might haul that size load...but never control it ..get real

                                                      • Andrew Hatton
                                                        Andrew Hatton  2 months back

                                                        How tf you gonna stop it and hold the weight on a hill parked?

                                                        • J Scott
                                                          J Scott  2 months back

                                                          Auto industry version of a pissing contest at this point.

                                                          • d ff
                                                            d ff  2 months back

                                                            Nope!!!!! Engineers cannot build engines or get metallurgy right anymore. You know this. Watch and see who's right. + That diesels pressure waves will destroy that transmission and all mounts because nobody knows anything anymore. Fk those engineers! I am a better one sosukit.

                                                            • youngswhtx
                                                              youngswhtx  2 months back

                                                              Chevy has always looked weak to me tbh

                                                              • JerseyMikeP
                                                                JerseyMikeP  2 months back

                                                                @youngswhtx First I said Weak, not broken frames. The last gen Superduty frame twisted under it's own weight, Unlike the Ram/chevy 's which have had boxed High strength steel frames for a few years. Here's a few Videos showing what I'm talking about.




                                                                I've Only seen Fords with bent / cracked frames (maybe it's the salt in the Northeast and their Poor rust protection). Maybe it's the Dumb customer that Believe the Ford Hype "Ford Tough" and abuse them...That's debatable.

                                                                I've Worked for Ford in the past (Ford Factory certified Tech.) so I've seen alot of different models/trims and TSB/recalls on them. I've also have multiple friends that have towing / landscaping companies and work for the municipality and they have had issues with the too.

                                                                7.3 was a great engine with only 2 or 3 design flaws. 6.0/6.4 had bigger issues and My buddies 6.7L tow truck (bought the 1st year they were out) was at the dealer 3 times in 20K miles with engine trouble. Ford will workout the "Bugs" with updates (gen2, gen3) redesigns.

                                                                DWP near me have stopped buy the Diesel Ford and started buying either Gas F-350s or Chevy diesels. Most of the landscapers I know have switched from the fords to the Rams... less problems.

                                                              • youngswhtx
                                                                youngswhtx  2 months back

                                                                @JerseyMikeP bro , I'm from hosuton. We run a tow truck company and we tow all the time we really put these trucks to work! We run accidents so we have the mega chip and the new one (for for what's it called) , these engines never gave out on us 7.3 and 6.7 , one is 2015 already has over 300,000 miles on it! we tow wrecks, out here I've seen 6 chevys that broke there frame, and some dodge , never heard of a ford that broke there fram, maybe there transmission

                                                              • JerseyMikeP
                                                                JerseyMikeP  2 months back

                                                                Looked weak??, But actually stronger than Fords. Ford was the Last of the Big 3 to put a Strong/stiff frame in their trucks. I also can't understand why Ford keeps LYING in their Commercials/Campaigns with using F-450 payload/towing Numbers against 1 Ton Ram/Chevy pickups....Everyone knows it's BullSh*t and it just makes Ford look stupid.

                                                            • gittyupalice96
                                                              gittyupalice96  2 months back

                                                              What does a ford truck and a chinese welder on ebay have in common? Trick question, because I have the two images side by side here and I can't figure out wich ones wich...

                                                              • Henry
                                                                Henry  2 months back

                                                                So...are you saying that the only combo that can pull 37K lbs is a DRW single cab short bed 4x2 F450?

                                                                • Henry
                                                                  Henry  2 months back

                                                                  @JerseyMikeP i still cant get over the ugly front end of the new Silverados. Im just now slightly getting used to the 1500, but the 2500/3500s are ugly as sin, regardless if they have halogen or LEDs. At least Ford and Ram have been consistent in their design philosophy and not gotten crazy

                                                                  FWIW, im still holding out hope that someone can take a 2017 and up F450 and drop in a 6.7 Cummins with an Allison trans. Just to prove that its possible; dual CP3 pumps, FASS lift pump, no emissions junk, turbo-back exhaust, and enough torque to push the gooseneck tow rating to 50K lbs

                                                                • JerseyMikeP
                                                                  JerseyMikeP  2 months back

                                                                  True... F-350 Dually/ Reg. Cab/ 6.7L powerstroke with 4.10 gears (they don't say if that is for the short bed or Long) has a Max Gooseneck/5th wheel rating of 35,750 lbs. That's a WHOPPING 250 lbs over the Chevy and 650 lbs. Over the Ram.

                                                                  FYI, Ford's 5th wheel options only go to 18k or 27,500 lbs. The Gooseneck "Option" is Order-able...They probably have to buy it from Reese or other towing equipment manufacturer. So from the Dealer... Chevy can tows the Most.

                                                              • B P
                                                                B P  2 months back

                                                                Lol ford claims again. Oh boy. It's funny I have looked online for someone actually doing work in a ford, like max payload. Interestingly I can't find any, hmm. I'd pay to see a video of this truck taking just shy of 8000lbs in the back. Ford where is that video? Prove these claims.

                                                                • JerseyMikeP
                                                                  JerseyMikeP  2 months back

                                                                  They Final posted the F350 Max payload and towing on their website, about 3 wks ago. Ram has the highest Payload and the Chevy has the Highest towing Capability available from factory.

                                                              • jlpe lmkh
                                                                jlpe lmkh  2 months back

                                                                It's all about power
                                                                This truck will be in the scrap yard in 10 yrs
                                                                Trucks ain't what they use to be

                                                                • JerseyMikeP
                                                                  JerseyMikeP  2 months back

                                                                  10yrs... That's being generous, IMHO. Atleast they can make Beer cans from the body, LOL ;-)

                                                                • d ff
                                                                  d ff  2 months back

                                                                  Can't wait

                                                              • Zdaehnnn
                                                                Zdaehnnn  2 months back

                                                                Nice 5.1 MPG haha. Might as well just throw your whole paycheck at the gas tank. It’s just a pissing contest for numbers at this point

                                                                • JerseyMikeP
                                                                  JerseyMikeP  2 months back

                                                                  But if you are spend up to $96k for a pickup... You can't complain about fuel costs. It comes down to what you really need, and How often you really need it Under 30 days a year...it be cheaper to have a lighter duty and just rent/borrow a 1 ton to use.

                                                              • Ernesto Estrada
                                                                Ernesto Estrada  3 months back

                                                                Ford ist redicilous....... No pinche bueno.. 2030-2020 trasmision,sensor , ... sorry!!{Rammmm always )

                                                                • Dr_Face_Slapper
                                                                  Dr_Face_Slapper  3 months back

                                                                  Bruh dont compare a 1 ton to a 1 1/4 ton truck that aint fair

                                                                  • JerseyMikeP
                                                                    JerseyMikeP  2 months back

                                                                    FORD Lies... been doing it for YEARS... but there is Obviously PLENTY of Sucks Buy it / Them. They are Probably Inflating their sales Numbers using F-450/550/650 Sales too.

                                                                • Brent Hopseker
                                                                  Brent Hopseker  3 months back

                                                                  Hope they all have good trailer brakes

                                                                  • JerseyMikeP
                                                                    JerseyMikeP  3 months back

                                                                    Strange that he said the f350 with the 7.3l has a Max Payload of 7,660lbs ... which is Less than the STEEL bodied Ram 3500 with the 6.4L, While Chevy HD 6.6L Gas is way down at 7,442lbs.?

                                                                    • JerseyMikeP
                                                                      JerseyMikeP  3 months back

                                                                      FYI , Ford rates it's Optional 5th wheel hitch at ONLY 27,500 LBS MAX.
                                                                      Ram - 30,000 lbs MAX
                                                                      Chevy - 32,500 lbs MAX

                                                                      So, "Off the show room floor" Chevy HD can tow the most... by 2,500 lbs over the Ram and 5,000 lbs over the Superduty.

                                                                      • Cody Keaton
                                                                        Cody Keaton  3 months back

                                                                        7.3L 475 ftlbs 2.7L 400 ftlbs? 🤔

                                                                        • JerseyMikeP
                                                                          JerseyMikeP  3 months back

                                                                          @Cody Keaton
                                                                          I too thought it's Output should be higher.

                                                                          It probably due to a low compression ratio , which has a big effect on torque. Probably also has a smaller Cam in relation to it's displacement Compared to Chevys 6.6 Or Rams 6.4.

                                                                          The Ram Makes the Most Hp / Liter of the 3 Big Gas Engines. ( If the 7.3 had the Same Hp / Liter it Would be 468 Hp)

                                                                          Gm's New 6.6 Makes the Most Tq / Liter of the 3 due to Direct Injection which allows It to run the Highest Compression ratio.
                                                                          ( 7.3 would Make 513 Ft-Lbs if it Had the 6.6's Tq / Liter. )

                                                                          The 7.3L has the Lowest Hp & Tq Outputs / Liter of the 3.

                                                                        • Cody Keaton
                                                                          Cody Keaton  3 months back

                                                                          I understand, however I feel the new 7.3 should be well into 500ftlb range.

                                                                        • JerseyMikeP
                                                                          JerseyMikeP  3 months back

                                                                          It's called Boost. It more than makes up for the lack of cylinders and displacement. Also those 2 engines aren't available in the same models.

                                                                          Sadly people automatically think small displacement boosted, ALWAYS means better MPG and that isn't true. If the boosted engine has to work hard often , like in magazine tests... The Big N/A engine more than often gets better MPG. Small Boosted Only gets better MPG when it's used mainly for highway cruising/ commuting. Boosted engines "ALWAYS" have to run Richer Air-fuel ratios than N/A motors. A good example below, the 5.0 coyote F150 making 20 more HP, got 1 mpg Higher than the 3.5L v6 Ecoboost in the same model/crewcab/4wd F150 truck during the towing test drive.


                                                                          When the 480hp R35 GTR first came out it was tested against the LS7 Z06, 600hp ACR viper, 911 GT2 by Car & Driver and during the tests and road driving (totalling 400 miles) the 480hp GTR got the same MPG avg. as the 600hp 8.4L V10 ACR and Worst MPG than the 7L V8 Z06.

                                                                      • Reflected Miles
                                                                        Reflected Miles  3 months back

                                                                        _Properly equipped and under the right conditions,_ a Volkwagen Golf TDI could tow more than that. In fact, it could serve as a switching locomotive at the local yard. "2020 Ford Super Duty Can Tow a HUGE 37,000 lbs." No, in real-life applications, it can't. Neither can any other pickup. Someone forgot to check the legal payload limit. Stop being media stupid-heads.

                                                                        • JerseyMikeP
                                                                          JerseyMikeP  3 months back

                                                                          Yes, 1 ton trucks Now can tow over 35,000lbs when properly equipped, and if rated that high, CAN DO SO ... (Fact). F-350 can't tow 37,000 lbs. FORD Lies in their advertisements, F-350 is in the 35,000<35,500 RANGE. F-450 are for commercial buyers, not residential.

                                                                          With that being said, The person driving most likely would need a CDL License to do so... Depending on the state. Also the Truck would have to be registered to the GVWR. Most people register their trucks for less than max GVWR so if it exceeds the registered weight they could get ticketed for over-weight( if the cop wanted to be a D*ck). Ford Drivers are Notorious for Over-loading F150s to UNSAFE Levels, Why most old ones have bent frames and can be seen by the gap between the cab/bed being not even top to bottom.

                                                                      • watajob
                                                                        watajob  3 months back

                                                                        OK. Fully loaded F450 Crew Cab, 8' bed, towing might drop to, say, 35K. So, a 53' gooseneck, loaded to 35K, 10K for the truck and an over all length approaching 70'. Tell me again why you don't need a CDL?

                                                                        • JerseyMikeP
                                                                          JerseyMikeP  3 months back

                                                                          True about the CDL, A F-450 has a GVWR of 14,000 lbs and a MAX of 43,300 lbs combined which means a loaded F-450 can ONLY Legally tow a 29,300 lbs. < 33,500 lbs trailer.

                                                                          Not to mention that the FORD'S SUPERDUTY Web page says the 5th wheel Hitch is ONLY rated for 27,500 lbs. MAX.*

                                                                      • BlueDually4x4
                                                                        BlueDually4x4  3 months back

                                                                        Talks about the towing capabilities of a stripped down 2wd F450 then points to 3500 for a comparison. Which is the laughable part about the "towing" war, the max tow-able weight for all three brands is only available in a truck configuration no one but fleets buy. People with family or who have people working with them don't buy regular cab trucks, they buy quad cabs which have lower towing and payload.
                                                                        To be fair Ford does have the most fleet trucks out of all three brands, so they get the fleet market really well.
                                                                        Also what was the fourth engine choice? I heard small V-8, big V-8 and diesel V-8.

                                                                        Personally if I was going to tow that much weight frequently, I wouldn't buy any of the 1 tons from either of the three. I would get a medium duty truck and have a truck that will last much longer and is better built.

                                                                        • JerseyMikeP
                                                                          JerseyMikeP  3 months back

                                                                          They always did have a strong hold over the (Fleet buying market), but with the issues with the last few Diesels they lost some of that % to the competitors. I know that My townships Public works have moved away from ford diesels ( only buy the gas model if it's a FORD) and started buying more of the other brands Diesel trucks.

                                                                      • Research and Build
                                                                        Research and Build  3 months back

                                                                        So when do we start to require people to have a class C license? Just every average idiot towing a giant load doesnt sound very safe to me

                                                                        • JerseyMikeP
                                                                          JerseyMikeP  3 months back

                                                                          Have to check state laws, Mine requires it for towing like this and especially an F-450.

                                                                      • David Neal
                                                                        David Neal  3 months back

                                                                        Wanna see a mechanic cry? Pull up in a Ford

                                                                        • Khristofer Schmidt
                                                                          Khristofer Schmidt  3 months back

                                                                          That powerstroke is going to have all sorts of problems i can see it now...

                                                                          • JerseyMikeP
                                                                            JerseyMikeP  3 months back

                                                                            A Towing company owner I know already has had his 6.7L F-350 tow truck in the shop 3 times in < 20k miles.

                                                                        • Zombie
                                                                          Zombie  3 months back

                                                                          The 1000 ft lb of torque wouldn't matter if it ain't reliable, of course we'll see from real world tests.