Peter, This is my first post. What are the weights on this? Dry? Tongue? For the same appointments, does the wood trim (delux) packaage add weight
My concern is towing. I have a 2006 Chev Trailblazer 2WD with 90,000 miles, 4.2L V6, 3.73 gear axle
ratio vehicle and am trying to figure out if it's suitable to tow your scamp. I live in Columbia SC and plan to take a 2-5 month road trip through the Carolinas (generally the Appalachian Mountains) and then out west through various parts of Colorado and up to Seattle. I'd be alone with a couple bikes, a kayak, and lot's of camping/ hiking gear but nothing rediculous.
I'm just learning about towing, etc. and got a printout from Chevy on my VIN#, which shows features like (C4D) GVW 5550 lbs, (G80) locking differential rear, (K18) electric air injection system, (JF8) brake vac power/ 4 wheel disc, and I have a trailer hitch on the car. My car weights 2,520 this VIN
Can you or others help me understand whether I can "conservatively" tow your trailer? By conservatively, I'd what whatever margin of saftey (excess capacity) that folks think makes sense.
What's the Cherokee event? I live in Columbia SC and am interested in your scamp if my SUV makes sense to pull it.