I think you should take your truck to some scales and get it weighed. Be sure to have it loaded the way you would if you were pulling the trailer- including a full tank of gas. Then, you can start looking at trailer weights, hitch weights, GAWR, and GVWR. Finally, remember that ~10% of the trailer weight will be on the rear hitch. Thus, that weight needs to be figured into the final GAWR & GVWR numbers.
1997 4x4 Expedition
- 4.6L, true dual exhaust w/Ravin DI/DO, K&N air filter, SuperChip, airbox mods, Edelbrock shocks, 285/75R16 BFG ATs, 2000 F150 "XLT" wheels, 4.10 gears, Auburn LS, Clarion In-dash CD player, Smitty Bilt push bars and nerf bars.
2000 4x4 F250 SD XLT SuperCab SWB
- 6.8L, Offroad Pkg, Camper Pkg, 4.30LS, Tape & CD player, Remote Keyless Entry, Sliding back glass, tinted windows, 265/75R16 OWL tires, Smittybilt nerf bars & Line-X bedliner.