How much weight can a Chevy truck tow?

Answer Maximum towing capacity for a 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is 10,700 pounds, and capacity for the Hybrid version is 6,100 pounds.Source:Consumer Guide Auto

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How much weight can a Chevy truck pull?

Maximum pulling capacity is GCWR minus GVWR. Chevy trucks have a label on the driver's door listing the maximum weight (GVWR) of the truck. The Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCWR) is found in the o... Read More »

Will a 1981 chevy hood fit on a 1979 chevy truck?

The hood from a 1981 will not interchange with a 1979 Chevy truck. The hood and front fenders from a 1973 to 1980 Chevy will interchange. The 1979 door will fit the 1981 if it is from the same type... Read More »

How much weight can a Ford truck tow?

On One Hand: Depends On The TruckThe amount of weight that a Ford truck can pull will depend on what model you get and what kind of engine it has. The amount of weight any truck can pull is calcula... Read More »

What is the net weight of a Mack truck?

The standard weight of a Mack Truck in the MR600P series is 13,832 lbs. According to the KS Group, its largest truck, the Mack Titan, has a gross standard weight of 135.5 tonnes (298,762 lbs.) when... Read More »