Originally Posted by ov845
Are you the same trailer police that use a flathead screw driver as a chisel or prybar? When was the last time you checked the air pressure in your tires before going to Aunt Sarah's for thanksgiving dinner? There is only one perfect being and it sure ain't none of us. We all take some type of risks but we all realize the hazards that go along with those risks. We write it off and justify them in our minds. Unless your vehicle is encased in concrete you and your family are exposed to hazards on the road. Yes I will safe and not reckless in my driving. Thank you & HAPPY CAMPING!
It is all about comfort zone. From your comments, I know you will be responsible and tow within your limits. Yes, that is a good load for your Jeep. Just try and keep your payload to a minimum. You may lag on the steeper grades without pushing the engine to a max, but I think the majority of drivers are inclined to expect trailers to slow up on inclines.