You need to subtract the hitch weight from that limit of 200 lbs. Most WDH's are heavy even for the small ones. So another 50lbs or so and you have 1500 lbs left. The outback will pull that trailer down the road and give you the false impression that most of us were wrong, BUT you may end up having transmission damage and possibly an accident if you run into other than an ideal towing situation. In addition, your insurance company could deny a claim if they do some checking. I know this is not what you want to hear, but the math says don't do it. If you are only camping a few times a year, you might consider a rental TV. probably cheaper than an transmission.
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