Congrats on your new TT and your upcoming retirement!
For the hitch, you'll want a good quality weight distribution hitch and sway control. Your pulling a long, heavy trailer. I recommend the Equal-i-zer
brand that has built-in friction sway control. You would need the 12K hitch. I found the best price at RVWholesalers.com
. Be aware that you'll need to re-setup the hitch after you load it up with all your gear, food and clothes because you'll be adding at least 600-700# and dealers rarely do a good job setting them up. You'll find lots of helpful tips on setting up your hitch and just about any other camping topic here. Use the search function and if you can't find your answer feel free to post your question.
Have a safe trip to pick up your trailer!
2011 Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8293SS, 12K Equal-i-zer
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