The wheel placement is farther back than on other models in their line. I looked at some photos of similar sized units with lower tongue weights and the 267's axles are at the back of the slide which seems to be the reason for that high tongue. The Titan has spongy shocks which even with my much lower tongue weight Roo makes it sag, but the Equalizer 4pt fixes that.
Some extra room and a full hard side is what we're looking for too. The slide on the 25BHSS and the 267BHKS are really nice. I actually like the 25BHSS for the narrower width for towing, but I'm just not sure if the bunks in 25BHSS will be wide enough (only 28" or 30") vs the 267's which are 48". And because there's only a 500 lb weight, 1 ft length and of course the 1 ft width difference I keep thinking the 267 might just be better. I hate making these kind of decisions from schematics and numbers rather than actual towing experience.
Hey Howellma does your 267 have an enclosed underbelly?
TV: '15 Ram 6.4 Hemi CC 4x4
Old TT: '12 Rockwood Roo 19 (sold)
New TT: '14 CR Sunset Trail 290QB
WD: Equalizer 1200/12K
BC: Ram OEM