That's asking a lot from a 4.7. I have a 2002 Dodge 1500 with a 360 cu. in. and, although the truck has lots of poop, it still knows the trailer is behind. I had a 2008 197 and now have a 2012 197. I pull the trailer mostly with a 1997 GMC 1500 4x4 Suburban. It is definitely not overpowered!
It probably doesn't need to be said, but here goes anyway. Make sure your rads are squeaky clean, throw those aftermarket grill covers in the garbage. I lost a perfectly good transmission in the Sub, replaced it, then promptly lost the second one. Crap from the transmission failing the first time got bunged up in the rad trans cooler and caused overheating. So I had to put a new rad in as well. The fellow who installed the second trans (on warranty from another outfit) told me that the trans oil goes through the rad trans cooler first, then the external one, then on back to the tranny. He said that, over the years, the rad cooler will get bunged up and restrict the flow of oil and cause overheating under hard pull situations. A $3500 lesson learned! He's the one who said, in rather clear terms, to throw the grille covers in the garbage.
Good luck, whichever route you decide. I have driven both many times, but not pulling anything. I like the old TransCanada, as there are more things to see.
2012 Jay Feather 197 w/pull-out
1997 GMC Sub 1500 4x4;
or 2015 Ford F150 4x4 SuperCrew EB