Hey everybody, just bought my 3.0 a couple months ago (2018 Platinum FX4 6.5ft bed with the 3.55 rear differential and a little over 46,000 miles). Loving the truck so far. I’m in the Navy and am about to be moving from Washington to San Diego, CA (~1250 miles). Coincidentally, we’re also about to have our first baby any day now. My question is in regards to towing a vehicle. Driving both of our vehicles down separately won’t be an option with our newborn. This leaves me either driving the truck down, flying back, then doing the trip again altogether, or renting a U-Haul auto trailer and towing my wife’s SUV down for just one trip. It looks like the curb weight for my wife’s SUV is 4387lbs, and the trailer is 2210lbs. With our dogs and additional stuff needed for the trip down (kennel, clothes, baby gear, etc.) I’m guessing the total weight of the towed load to be about 7000-7200lbs. I’ve been doing a lot of research but keep getting conflicting info. Some people have said they haul 10000lbs no problem, while others say they won’t go above 5000lbs. Just wondering if anyone has had experience with a similar load. I know the payload limit is going to be the most limiting, which is a big part of my concern as I’ve heard the uhaul auto haulers hold a lot of weight towards the tongue. I would like to make the move in one trip if possible, but also don’t want to push the truck to its limit for 1200 miles. Thanks in advance for any input.