First time I've towed a decent size trailer with my Ram. It was a 24ft enclosed trailer with an entire 2b1b household in it along with stuff from a full basement, shed and a bunch of deer stands/hunting stuff. Not sure how much it weighted, but the trailer was full. Was only a 100 mile round trip to where we were moving it. Overall my truck exceeded my expectations. It did squat a good bit (I'd guess 5-6in) but was stable and steering felt normal. The Hemi didn't even break a sweat. I had it in tow/haul mode and manually kept it from going into 8th gear. It mostly stayed in 6th-7th running 55-65 on two lane roads. Computer said I got 11.9mpg. My brother-in-law generally tows it with his Chevy 2500 and it makes his truck squat a good bit as well so it has a lot of tongue weight. I volunteered to pull it because I'm planning to get a camper and wanted to see how it did, and I feel very confident my truck will handle the camper I want especially with some air bags in the back and a weight distributing hitch.
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