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Old 09-29-2008, 08:26 AM   #1
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This unit has a CHASSIS: FREIGHTLINER, ENGINE:CUMMINS 5.9L / 230HP FUEL INJECTION TURBOCHARGED AFTERCOOLED, TRANSMISSION:ALLISON 6-SPEED WORLD with ELECTRONIC SHIFTER.What I want to know is it big enough to pull our motorcycle and car total weight under 5000lbs.plus the weight of a trailer big enough to hold them or should I look for something that is 300hp and larger? Thank-You, Peabody
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This unit has a CHASSIS: FREIGHTLINER, ENGINE:CUMMINS 5.9L / 230HP FUEL INJECTION TURBOCHARGED AFTERCOOLED, TRANSMISSION:ALLISON 6-SPEED WORLD with ELECTRONIC SHIFTER.What I want to know is it big enough to pull our motorcycle and car total weight under 5000lbs.plus the weight of a trailer big enough to hold them or should I look for something that is 300hp and larger? Thank-You, Peabody
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Myself, personally, I would be looking for a larger engine if I was going to be towing 7-8000 lbs around.
However, if you are located in the flatlands of America and never intend to hit the hilly areas, it may be all you need.
The 02 Endeavor has an 8.3 liter/330 hp with 950 ft lbs of torque. I think this would be the smallest I would consider. JMHO
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