Originally Posted by picard
Thank you and sorry to all. Yes, I made a typo. We have the 5.7L.
I will look into the WD hitch and sway like reese dual cam mentioned. How does that hitch compare to the Equalizer? I don't know anything about tires, but mine says P275 /55R20. So I'm gonna assume it is P rated.
We aren't going for the 34 footer, more like 31'1 or 29 foot 8 inches. Does 15 inches make a difference on the road? The 272 REDS with the rear opposing slides give us floor space and we have 3 and 8 year old boys.
Either trailer we get, I'm sure we are gonna have lots of fun.
My wife and I towed a 29BH (31+ feet overall) with an Escalade, 6.2L, AWD, 403HP, WD (Equalizer) hitch, etc. It was a lot of trailer for our TV. Had plenty of power, but even with the WD hitch, our trailer would sway ... and when a semi would pass us, sway even more. Ultimately, we sold the trailer and went with a different set up.
The dealer swore up and down that we had more than enough vehicle to tow. Yeah, but he didn't have to drive it, we did! A longer wheelbase does make a difference or a shorter trailer. I assume the Sequoia wheelbase is similar to the Escalade.
In hindsight, we should have focused on 27-28ft trailers, not 30+. If we had a chance to do it all over, we would have went with a smaller TT and saved ourselves a lot of time and $$ purchasing a different TV and trailer.