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Old 12-23-2015, 08:10 AM   #11
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That truck should have no trouble pulling that travel trailer. Setting up the hitch can be a little tricky, but there are youtube videos that show how to do it. If everything is level and it is pulling comfortably, you are probably good to go. I like to make measurements in inches of the gap at each wheel to determine how the weight is distributed.

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Old 02-20-2016, 09:50 AM   #12
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Well first things first thank you for the informational responses. The truck had zero issues handling the weight in fact you had to be dam careful about speed or you'd find yourself goes way to fast. The Carlisle HT tires were ran at 65 PSI and had zero issues after almost 1300 miles and show very little wear :-) . The Accutire TPMS ( Tire Pressure Monitor System – Accutire Gauge ) is worthless as a real time monitor, they are good for about 20 feet lol, I suppose they beat getting a tire pressure gauge out. The only problem we've had with the TT is the orifice on the oven pilot is either clogged or too small, when the oven lights off it blows the pilot out (yes it was misaligned adjusted that). Otherwise sunny and 75 in south Florida. Thanks guys you help just with the reassurances.

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