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Old 03-29-2016, 06:58 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jason26 View Post
The 1820 lb is from the door jam sticker. My goal was a 1600 lb payload, and this gives us some buffer for a bedliner, etc. And we travel light to begin with.

And yes, it comes with an integrated brake controller.

The hitch will require some learning, but I'm looking forward to it.

YW!!! Just know over time, it seems the amount of items that make their way into the trailer or truck bed multiplies!!! Lol Overall you should be good to go though....

A suggestion I read either here on JOF, or over on RV.net was to go through your trailer at the end of each season and remove anything that was not used at all. And possibly any item(s) that was onyl used once or twice during the season. Helps keep the items inside the trailer in check.

Definitely doing your homework!!! I know a lot of us have been in the just not quite enough truck once we were loaded up with coolers, bikes, etc, in the truck bed, and trailer hooked up.

Hope all goes well with the purchases!!!

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Old 03-29-2016, 07:22 PM   #12
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I pull a 2015 jayco jayflight elite 32tsbh with a 2013 F150 v6 ecoboost. I have taken it to Virginia, and have just got done going back and forth to Disney world from Philadelphia with no issues. It is quite a long trailer, but the truck handles it pretty well with a blue ox WDH. I found I had to adjust the chains a bit from what the dealer told me to use but that was easy enough

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