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I need to know how much weight I can tow and what class hitch.

My voyager is a V-6, 1994. What class hitch do I need to pull a boat and how much can I tow with it?

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On the drivers door or in the door jam should be a decal with GVW (gross vehicle weight) on it.From what I have seen with Chrysler transmissions in my past I would NOT tow anything big with it,the trans runs hotter and tends to go out.

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  • Shan McCombs Jul 31, 2009

    On the drivers door or in the door jam should be a decal with GVW (gross vehicle weight) on it.From what I have seen with Chrysler transmissions in my past I would NOT tow anything big with it,the trans runs hotter and tends to go out.


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