2024 Super Duty®

TOWING

Big Truck. Huge Power

The best way to really understand a truck’s towing and hauling capacity is to watch it in real-world situations. If you look wherever power and capability are priority, you’ll see whose trucks are moving the huge loads.
A man walking toward a 2024 Ford Super Duty® F-450 King Ranch® DRW hitched to a horse trailer
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Pulls Big Loads With Ease

When you’re the only truck on site that has the capacity to move mountains of steel and lumber, other truck owners take notice. That’s because you own the best-in-class title with a max available diesel gooseneck towing rating of 40,000 lbs. (18,143 kg). *
*When properly equipped. Max gooseneck tow rating of 40,000 lbs. available on F-450 Regular Cab with available 6.7L High-Output Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel engine and Max Tow Package. Max. towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories, and number of passengers. Class is Full-Size Pickups over 8,500 lbs. GVWR.
2024 Ford Super Duty® F-450 XL in Agate Black hitched to a trailer carrying a backhoe
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Available 360-Degree Trailer Camera10

The available 360-degree trailer camera system10 allows you to install multiple cameras on your trailer so you can see if you’re free and clear full view of the sides of your truck and trailer. *
*Requires 360-degree Camera Package.

Tech-Enhanced Towing

Super Duty® is bringing you the future of towing and hauling. While being the best in a number of towing power categories makes your job easier, we’ve equipped all Super Duty trucks with innovative features that help make hitching, trailering and maneuvering a lot smoother.
Close-up of the upfitter controls on a 2024 Ford Super Duty® truck

Available Upfitter Switches

Super Duty® trucks offer available factory-installed upfitter switches, located in an overhead console, for a variety of aftermarket accessories, such as a winch, lights, strobes, and a two-way radio.