Originally Posted by cmbt
What they are saying is due to the coil spring set up on the rear suspension in the Tahoe(dips in the road causing trailer movement to transfer to TV and flex coil springs)
Does this make sense to anyone?
I call BS...What do they think the coils are for?!?!?! they do flex up and down, the rest of the suspension keeps side to side movement minimum.
I personally tow a 24' TT with a 04 GMC Yukon and wouldn't want to tow anything over 28'. My Yukon has very quick steering any lil movement of the wheel and it reacts quick with out a trailer. These trucks don't have a very long wheelbase and 32' is a lot of camper IMO for these trucks.
I would be looking to upgrade a few things to continue pulling your current TT.
1. Not 100% sure on this or not being 20" wheels that doesn't leave much sidewall to start with but I would be looking to upgrade to LT Tires. need more sidewall to help with the side to side movement of TV
2. Get the best hitch money can buy!!!