From what little experience I have t/h is mainly beneficial going downhill if you have the diesel engine brake, and somewhat beneficial when you're not on an Interstate (or otherwise going steady speeds).Boat/motor/trailer weigh 3200# dry. I tried with and without tow/haul mode on. I realize that at this weight, it's probably not required, but I thought it felt better with it on.
I need some suggestions. I have the diesel and I'm looking into buying a box trailer. I am thinking about a 16' with tandem axles and a v nose. What do you guys think?
Agree.You have a lift and larger tires than stock, so as long as you know those things reduce your tow capacity and stability that's fine, a 16' enclosed cargo trailer will have a GVWR (max trailer weight) of up to 7,700LB. I wouldn't tow more than 5,000LB total trailer weight with your setup.
Just for a visualAgree.
I have a stock 17 Diesel and a 18' enclosed cargo trailer. (Still 7700 gvwr). I tow around an antique truck in the trailer and am close to 7k fully loaded. I am comfortable, but I won't not want to go any heavier and probably would go towing through the mountains with out some serious thought/planning. That said this thing tows way better than the mid 2000s ram hemi I had previously.
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