well it appears this whole thread is getting way off topic here.
I never asked if my trailer was too big, or if my expedition was too small. I asked about how the dual cam should be set, as I thought things were not right and have seen I was correct, with a lot of good input from the good people on this forum.
As for the Expy EL itself, it is a lot more that 5,000 lbs empty, it is actually more than 6,000 lbs . I have both the regular wheelbase and the long wheelbase, would I tow this trailer with the regular one, heck now as the long wheelbase Expy is a different vehicle altogether in my opinion. But this is not the topic at hand here ;-)
I had already stated that this this IS the trailer I want, and if I find the Expy is not suitable, I will look at getting a second vehicle in the future.
I know the truck is going to handle different, bounce some or feel a bit of tugging, that comes with towing a trailer. What I asked is how does your vehicle feel and what should I expect? Before I dug into this myself, I was not sure why the thing bounced a lot, or why the front end felt mushy and light and it really just felt like a pile of garbage. Now I know why, but there is nothing I can do to address this, until the dealer actually does the install correctly.
What I have discovered so far from research and the help of the good members of this forum, is that I have some serious issues with my whole dual cam install. With the cams not even riding in the detent, one spring bar being an inch lower that the other, with the trailer nose high and a few other things, it is no wonder this combination feels like a pile of garbage.
Again as I stated, there is nothing I can do now, until the dealer fixes it this week. After that I can then begin to better assess this thing and fine tune it ;-)
As for pics, I will post some when I hook this thing up to bring it back to the dealer.
With regards to what is happening to this whole setup, I spoke with the owner of the place where we purchased the trailer from. He was great to talk with, had a full understanding of how this dual cam should have been installed and was surprised to hear how botched this was. He has ordered a longer hitch bar, so that the ball will be 1 inch higher than the receiver on the trailer, as the current one cannot get close to where it should be. He is also has the rest of the parts in stock and if he feels things are bad, he will just replace them with new parts. He said that it is his reputation on the hook here and was not too happy with what he heard here and was going to do everything to fix this and make it right, so fingers crossed here.
The bars I have are the square 1200 lb units and it is the dual cam straight line unit, so I should be good with those, as per both the specs of the trailer and tongue weights of the expy. And back to the ball height issue, the hitch bar is already upside down, it is just simply too short, to have the ball low enough to be just 1" higher than the trailer tongue. Thanks to everyone for pointing me in the right direction on this and the overall setup of things.
If I have missed something, or if people have questions, please let me know. If you have other input on the dual cam setup and such, please post that as well.