Maximum Nissan Titan towing capacity: 9,500 (4x2 SV trim with Tow package)
7400 without tow package. I'll assume you have the 9,500 limit - wouldn't even consider this camper if you have the 7,400 model.
From PrimeTime website for the 318BH
Base weight 7,705
Tongue weight 807 lb
Cargo capacity 1,992 lb
So fully loaded, the camper would be around 9,700 lb.
Reasonably loaded around 8,700 lbs.
Considering the tow rating of the vehicle assumes only one 150 lb person in the vehicle... this camper is definately close to maxing out the Titan.
I have an expedition w/ tow capacity of 9200. My goal is never to tow more than 8,000 lbs as I have a family of 6 that is about 1000 lbs of people riding in the vehicle, that subtracts from the total towing capacity. We don't carry any cargo to speak of in the vehicle when we are camping, but still I wouldn't be comfortable going over 8K total weight in the camper, dry weight plus cargo.
We ended up getting a v-lite that dry weight around 6,400, so fully loaded with our stuff we are still under the 8,000, but still were able to find a camper that sleeps up to 10 reasonably comfortably.
Personally, I think that camper is a bit too heavy, especially since I'm assuming since you are looking at a bunkhouse floor plan you will be travelling with more than one/two people. I'd look a campers with a dry weight of less than 7,000.
YMMV... let's see what other chime in here!
2012 Flagstaff V-lite 30 WTBS
2011 Ford Expedition
4 kids and a hubby & never enough time to camp!
2011: 17 nights 2012: 26 nights 2013: 46 2014: 20 2015: 16