Congrats again on your new V-lite. We love ours and ordered through Terry Town in Grand Rapids. May I encourage you to soon consider several things that may or may not be installed? First, a slide topper for your slide outs. Not terribly expensive and dealer can install.
Second, after hitch setup and cargo loaded go get your V-lite weighed fully loaded, full propane, battery, water heater full, holding tanks empty. Weigh rear axle of your V-lite attached with weight distribution applied to rear axles of trailer. Weigh rear axle of tow vehicle attached also. 3/4 ton tow vehicle or larger will likely not be an issue on tow vehicle. Gross is approx 8900, 8k across the Vlite tandems. Important to understand if you fill all the holding tanks and fresh water you will add over 900 extra lbs to the V-lite just towing to dump, that in addition to your cargo. Those tires get stressed pretty fast so always keep them at 50 psi cold if they are C range like mine.
Third, then there is the issue of those Trail "Exploder" tires, but enough said other places about that. Go enjoy your setup. You'll be good on them first few trips if you keep your speed and gross weight limited. Have a great camping weekend. Feel free to private message me if you have any questions about setup. I'm no expert but would love to help a fellow camper.....as we say in the south "ya'll" have fun!
Carl in AL
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