Originally Posted by TheBelchers
Sorry. It's a 2813g. My tow vehicle is a 2013 jeep grand cherokee. .
Looked up the specs on the 2318g. It's a nice camper with the slide-out. But based on options available and the normal camping stuff that's not included in the factory weight (propane tanks, batteries, awning, shower, toilet, water, food, tools, and personal stuff) my guess is that you will be pretty close to the maximum 3000lbs in short order. More importantly, you are likely going to be closer to 350-400 lbs tongue weight. The 15% rule of thumb for tongue weight would put you at 450lbs tongue weight, which tells me your tongue weight is going to be on the light side unless the water tank is forward of the axle - and you tow with the tank full.
A light tongue weight is easier on the tow vehicle, but more susceptible to sway. On the other hand, if your tongue weight is really 450lbs, that's going to make the steering and front wheels light.
In your case, I personally would recommend a WDH with anti-sway. Properly setup, the WDH will restore your GC's handling to pretty much normal by distributing some of the tongue weight to the front wheels. My Equal-i-zer combined WDH and anti-sway (there are other good brands and models) adds less than 5 minutes to mount or remove the bars at either end of the tow (and cost me $350 installed).
But the difference in handling and elimination of the dreaded sway of the camper is priceless. I know - I towed a similar weight Coleman Westlake PUP with a Ford Explorer without a WDH, and got into the tail wagging the dog on downgrades on I-80 in the Sierras. Only manually actuating the trailer brakes brought it under control.
just my thoughts and experiences
2014 Rockwood A122
2008 Hyundai Entourage (minivan)
Equal-i-zer 600/6000 WDH and anti-sway