I have towed both a 2014 282rkx and recently traded for a 2014 295rsx.
Tow Vehicle = 2013 F150 Ecoboost, Supercrew 6.5ft bed, 3.73 elec locker, Max Tow Pkg, Door jam payload rating is 1535lbs, GVWR is 7700lbs.
I am definitely over the payload capacities of my truck from a legal standpoint, but I am under my GCWR of 17,100lbs and I am also under my tow rating of 11,200lbs. Through research I found that the only difference between a max tow and HD payload truck is the rear leaf springs and 7 lug wheel assemblies. The axles/shocks are identical to a max tow truck. Many people don't read the fine print in the technical specifications. I have added load range E tires, and upgraded to the HD payload rear leaf springs.
MAKE no mistake the 5.5ft bed max tow truck is NOT the same and does not have the same axles or upgraded frame strength.
I also test extensively how the truck stops, accelerates, handles wind(very windy west texas here). I travel at 60 mph regardless of where I'm going.
We decided to go with a trailer we will keep for years, and will likely upgrade to a 3/4 ton when the time comes.
Here are two videos and a picture of the 282rkx on stock springs, I'll get some posted later of the 295rsx.