when you say "dry" weight, is that what the sticker or plate on the trailer says or is that what the brochure says.
usually the weight of the trailer from the factory, is called the "UVW" or unloaded vehicle weight. "dry" weight usually is a stripped down weight without the weight of options, like the spare tire, a/c, microwave, awning and so on.
even if the UVW is 5880lbs. and your tow max is only 6100lbs., then you'll easily be maxed out before you load any cargo. a battery will add 40lbs., propane will add another 40lbs. and a tank of fresh water will add at least 500lbs.
this is all before you've added cargo. and most recommend only towing at 80% of max capacity.
plus, whatever is in the truck, other than a 150lb. driver, will reduce that 6100 number by its weight.
so, say Mom weighs 150 and Dad and the kids total 400lbs.
then the tow capacity is lowered by 400lbs., bringing it down to 5700. add the 100lbs. for the WDH and you're down to only having 5600lbs. of tow capacity.
IMHO, too much trailer for your truck.
Dan-Retired California Firefighter/EMT
and Zoe the Wonder Dog(R.I.P.)
2016 PrimeTime TracerAIR 255, pushing a 2014 Ford F150 SCREW XTR 4x4 3.5 Ecoboost w/Max Tow Package