Originally Posted by inspectorgf
Yes your truck should be fine. I have a 06 5.9 3500 mega cab and pull a sierra 365saq and it does great and the trailer your talking about weighs less than mine. It will be better if your truck is a 3500 for the pin weight but the main thing is to make sure you don't exceed your axle ratings and tire ratings other than that they are great trucks mine has 160k on it and I couldn't be happier with it.
I would just change out the tires and wheels if you are close to the load limit on them. If they are 17" tires/wheels they are rated for 3195 lbs. each at max air pressure, as they were on my truck. I switched the tires and wheels out to LT285/70R/17-126R tires and new 17" wheels that will support the tire load of 3415 lbs. each at 70PSI.
The axle and suspension components are the same for the 1 ton diesel trucks as they are for the 3/4 ton diesel trucks along with the frame. From the years 2003.5 to 2012 on the Ram trucks.
2016 34RL CC; 2008 Ram Mega Cab 2500HD, 6.7L, 68RFE 6 speed, 4X4, Smarty S67