Thank you guys, I should have clarified further. It is a 4wheel drive, short box crew cab. 373 rear end, and my manual shows 13,000 towing and I believe total of 22,000 for combo of truck and trailer. I apologize if not using the right acronyms yet. So when you reference the GVWR of a trailer, this number indicates how much total the trailer plus contents should be correct? So from you all experience, how much do you budget for water etc?
mostly been looking at models on line to get an idea of what we like, but weights are not always shown. For example, here is info on a floor plan we might like, with info on specs. Specification Description Which if I'm following correctly this likely exceeds what I should have on my truck? I know it can pull it the weight it's the other factors. Not sure if this helps but rear axle weight on truck tag shows to be over 6000 But If I'm hearing you guys right the below specs would either exceed or push the limits, or I need to lose weight and make the family walk. Thanks for the help and I apologize if I'm going in circles on this, but it puzzles me as when I look at a 1 ton truck, there is not a large increase in the capacities to my truck yet they are running up and down the road with bigger trailers. Am I missing something additional to be done to the truck?
Hitch Weight 1,872 lbs
Dry Weight 9,572 lbs
Gross Weight 12,032 lbs
Cargo Weight 1,976 lbs