|06-09-2021 09:33 AM|
|06-09-2021 09:24 AM|
Yeah, maybe a 1980 2500 with a 305 in it, lol. Otherwise, any newer truck would easily pull either of those boats faster than it would be safe to go.
|06-09-2021 09:17 AM|
Having said that, any of todays modern drivetrains with 8-10 spd transmissions should be able to tow an 1850 Reatta and not even know it's back there.
Don't overthink it.
|06-09-2021 08:38 AM|
|Cornholio||ANY half ton pickup should pull a boat with no problem, let alone a 2500. Even if the boat is 5500 pounds, that is way under the tow rating. I can't even tell my boat is behind the truck.|
|06-08-2021 10:22 PM|
I'm shocked that pretty much any walleye boat would tow poorly behind any 250/2500. That is WAY below its towing capacity.
I'd also assume that either boat you mention would tow very well behind a modern F150.
|06-07-2021 12:58 PM|
|Knutson21||I tow my 1850 Reata on Dual Axel trailer. It tows like a dream|
|06-07-2021 12:46 PM|
Towing a Lund Pro V 2075 vs Ranger Reata 1850
I’m trying to determine what the Ranger Reata 1850 feels as far as towing behind a Ford F-150. Recently, I’ve experienced towing my friends Lund Pro V 2025 behind a Silverado 2500. I have only one thing to say. It’s awful. It’s a heavy boat with a 300 HP merc and kicker. I’m getting older and it’s too much for me. Looking for comparability since I’m considering a Ranger Reata. Also, how does the Ranger Reata toe versus the Lund Pro V 1800 or 1875? All input appreciated.