I see no issue with your combo but the best answers come from a trip to the scales. Find a scale here cat scales
you will want to weigh fully loaded with all passengers, pets and junk (gear) you plan to have in each when towing. You will make 3 passes on the scales. Typically first weigh is $9-12 and each reweigh in a 24 hrs period is $1-3. These passes can be done in any order.
Weigh 1- just truck no tt. Have front axle on scale pad 1 and rear axle on scale pad 2.
Weigh 2 - truck plus tt no wdh. Truck as in first weigh, all tt axles on scale pad 3.
Weigh 3 - truck plus tt with wdh hooked up.
You can now calculate your weights. Truck gcwr - scaled truck weight = adjusted tow capacity. Truck gvwr- scaled truck weight = available payload.
Weigh 2 minus weigh 1 total weights gives you your total trailer weight. Weigh two front and rear axle weights minus weigh one gives you your tongue weight.
Use weigh 3 to see how well adjusted your wdh is. The idea is to get as close to unloaded front axle weight as possible without going heavier.