If you go over onto the Ford Truck forums you can get some actual experiences towing with a Max Tow F150. I have airbags on the back of the truck to eliminate the bit of squat and I upgraded to LT tires when it was time because it was only $28 per tire. I also run a Pro pride hitch to eliminate sway. You can research the Hensley and Propride hitches on this forum or any other forum. You will be at the upper range of your truck but stability can be achieved as per the above and the new transmissions make a big difference over the half-tons of yesteryear.
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Hey Luth, I have been pulling an Eagle 28BHBE for 2 years now with a F150 with Max Tow package. For some reason on this forum there are a number of posters who strongly believe that anything over 4000 lbs requires a F250/F350/2500/3500 or else you are putting your family and everybody else at risk and it will be insinuated that you are stupid for trying to pull this trailer with an F150 and if you were smarter you would get a gas F250/2500 or used one for the same money. I have gotten sick of it, thus the Private Message.
I would disregard most of what you have read. I doubt a BHBE would have a 1500 lb tongue weight unless the fresh water tanks, the grey tank, black tank were all full and you were towing bags of cement in the front pass through.