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Old 06-05-2011, 08:38 PM   #1
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Have a chance to get a 1992 hilo 23' camper but know what i would need to tow it . The person selling it does not know tounge weight . If anyone could help me i would be very thankfull. I have a 1992 ford exploer 2 door 4 wd. I don't know if that would be capible i have never towed anything before.
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Old 06-05-2011, 11:29 PM   #2
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Look on www.NADA guides.com This might give you some of the information that you are looking for. Is it o towlite or a classic-heavier model.? Also look in the forum library for your year of HiLo. Look in your owners manual for your vehicle. I know the information is available on the internet. Others will chime in on this. You are correct in that you absolutely need to match up the correct tow vehicle and trailer. sam
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Have a chance to get a 1992 hilo 23' camper but know what i would need to tow it . The person selling it does not know tounge weight . If anyone could help me i would be very thankfull. I have a 1992 ford exploer 2 door 4 wd. I don't know if that would be capible i have never towed anything before.
This may help.
http://www.hilotrailerforum.com/f63/...gs-guide-1122/
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Year Make Model Engine Tow Limit
1992 Ford Explorer Two-Door 4 x 4 4.0 V-6 5400
Requires 3.73:1 axle ratio, automatic transmission, Trailer Towing Package. Maximum tow limit with manual transmission is 3100 lbs. (4x2 Two-Door) and 2900 lbs. (4x2 Four-Door), 2900 lbs. (4x4 Two-Door), 2800 lbs. (4x4 Four Door).
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