Redsox- coming from a computer guy who *only* knows how to put fuel into my truck and and who has a similar (but slightly lighter camper)- I urge you to learn about towing numbers, payload capacities and axle weights.
I was surprised to find that my beast of a tow machine was pretty close to its limits when I scaled this week:
Hit the scales - Ram 3500 DRW + Sabre 36QBOK
There's still a good bit of room to go and Dodge's aren't known for their higher towing capacities but I also didn't have full propane and it was our first trip of the season (read: we didn't accumulate crap over the spring, summer and fall).
Is your truck a dually? Do you have any idea how much payload capacity you have (usually on a sticker on the doorjamb)? Do you know how much your truck, you and the fam and the stuff you carry along weigh?
It'll be worthwhile. Your truck *should* be good- but it's worth checking out, even before you get the job.