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Thanks for the info you gave me, I, bought the travel trailer a 1994 Companion by Kit, I'll have to look up the weight empty and full but to the tongue it's 27ft. I, didn't plan on having to move it once it was docked but now things could change quickly. I, already had a 2005 F150 V6 with just over 30,000 miles on it, but like I, said didn't plan ahead.
You might be in luck - MIGHT is the word.
When you find your tow weight for the hitch and the trailer - probably written somewhere on the trailer, on the outside by the serial number and model #, generally outside the door.
Trailer tongue weight maybe on the tongue (mine was painted over) on a used trailer.
The trailer weight will be without options - just tom ake things interesting.
If you have a semi-standard Travel trailer and not a 5-er. Your model may be around 6800-7200 lbs, roll of the dice on the tongue weight.
I googled the 27 foot by maker but, they were calling many styles the same model name, the 27' Ultralight (heavy Ultralite).
Then check your truck manual and inside driver door for the suggested maximum towing rate. Have to google your max. capacity towing ratio. I only did for mine and that was a while back now in CRS mode. For my towing capacity and how I came up with mine for RAM.
You MIGHT get away with towing in a 1500 or 150 series with a great towing hitch.
Find your manuals or build sheets for the TT if you got it new, that will list weight of options.