just a comment. the vast consensus on all RV forums is that a vehicle with a towing capacity of only 3500lbs., is a very poor choice for towing a full-height trailer.
both from a safety standpoint and a vehicle durability standpoint.
yes, there's be a few naysayers who say that it's no problem. but the vast majority of the experienced, will point out that a full height trailer's frontal area, will exceed the vehicle's specs. the air resistance of a full height trailer will stress the poor v-6 drivetrain trying to pull it through the air.
a good headwind or any real mountains will not be good for the vehicle's life.
then you add the trailer's length, vs. the vehicle's very short wheelbase and there's that danger.
and finally, nearly all trailers with a GVWR of 3500lbs., will have extremely low cargo capacities, which ensures that the tow vehicle will always be towing at its max capacity.
and Zoe the Wonder Dog(R.I.P.)
'07 Roo 23SS pushing an '07 Chevy Avalanche
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