Can a Ford Edge pull a boat?

Answer A Ford Edge can pull a boat, provided that both the boat trailer and the boat itself, does not exceed 3500 pounds. Towing can put a lot of stress on any vehicle so it is important that proper hitch... Read More »

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Can you pull a boat behind a travel trailer?

In the U.S., the laws regarding "triple towing," or towing a boat behind a travel trailer, vary from state to state. Thirty states allow this practice, so travelers need to verify that their route ... Read More »

How to Pull a Big Block Motor Out of a Boat?

A big-block engine sounds like it's name. It's a V6 or V8 engine, made for either inboard or outboard marine applications, that's taller than 10 inches and 100 lbs. or more. If you need to remove o... Read More »

How much can a Ford Edge tow?

The 2007-2009 Ford Edge can tow 2,000 lbs. A new engine was put into the 2010 Ford Edge, bringing the towing capacity up to 3,500 lbs with the Class II Trailer Tow Read More »

What Are the Features of the Ford Edge?

"Edge gets noticed. It's just part of its nature. From the bold front grille through the fluid shapes and smooth lines that run the length of its body, Edge looks like nothing else on the road," bo... Read More »