Originally Posted by wrvond
Doesn't look like it to me.
Your maximum GCWR is 5216 pounds.
Maximum trailer weight is 5800 pounds.
If your vehicle is not equipped with a heavy-duty trailer towing package, the maximum weight your vehicle can tow is limited to 5000 pounds.
Dry weight of the trailer is 5578 pounds.
This is incorrect. I only seen a GVWR which is for the truck itself of 6,800LBS.
To answer the question truthfully and accurately when need a picture of your door sticker or if you can tell us what your GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) and your GCWR (gross combined weight rating) is before we can go too much farther. It would also be hugely helpful for a weight of your truck full of fuel and you in the cab.
Subtracting your truck weight from the GVWR will give you the "payload" (additional weight/tongue weight will be part of this) you are allowed in addition before going over the manufactures listed rating.
subtracting your truck weight from the GCWR will give you the maximum the trailer can weigh. But remember to factor in toys, gear, people, pets, food and supplies...
If you can get us the GVWR, GCWR and a truck weight that would be great and we can help you...
Until that information is obtained here any other replies are really not even valid due to not having all the needed information... IMO...