WFD44, I took delivery of my 2016 Eagle HT 27.5 RLTS in January. While I am pulling it with a 2015 Ford F250 4x4 with a 6ft 7in bed, and not the Chevy, some of what I experienced may apply to you and your rig. Just as a side note, I went with the Reese 18K Elite Series and the Reese Revolution combination. And I love it! But here is the problem that I struggled with. Even with my Reese 18K Elite set to it its lowest setting (14.5 inches above the bed) I was still about 4 to 5 inches nose high. And I got 16 inch wheels on the fiver which gave me a little more frame height. I don't know if this is true, because I didn't do any measuring between HTs and bigger fivers, but my dealer implied that the Eagle HT (HT standing for half-ton) is designed to tow behind a half-ton truck and so height wise, will not set as well in a 3/4 ton truck, especially a 4x4 since they set a little higher anyway. So, to solve the problem, the dealer used the adjustment option on the Jayco frame and raised the frame by about two and one half inches. Now, with a little squat on my truck when the fiver is hooked up, I am riding level. But the changing of the axel and frame connection was no small job. It took a couple of guys over two hours to do it. So, make sure that your dealer agrees to make this adjustment for you as part of your purchase price, if you need to have it done. And, make sure that whatever hitch you get will adjust down to about 14 inches - not all of them do and you might just need that extra margin.