Originally Posted by Gameover
That looks lovely!
Guess ill be looking into a new hitch.
Welcome and congrats on the new rig!!!
When hitch shopping, try to get a square tube model for the Yukon. The round tube (at least the factory round tube models) can twist (or wind up) when latching up the wd bars, which can make it difficult to properly adjust the wdh.
Make sure you have the instructions for your wdh (weight distribution hitch) and sway control (if a seperate unit and not integrated). Once you load up the trailer for a trip, you will probably need to re-adjust the set up. The dealer is only setting up the wdh to an empty trailer, not a loaded, ready to camp trailer. Here is a link to wdh set up
and how a wdh works
If this is your first trailer and you can, consider a night or two at the Driveway Campground. Will give you a chance to try everything out, and anything you find you need you could run inside the house to get. Get a pad of paper and a pencil/pen to write anything down that you find you need when camping. Even now we try to make a list as things run low (paper towel, napkins, plates, etc...).