Weight limits

• The gross trailer weight must never exceed 6500 lb. (2948 kg).

• The gross combination weight must never exceed 13100 lb. (5492 kg).

• The gross vehicle weight must never exceed the GVWR indi- cated on the Certification

• The gross vehicle weight must never exceed the GVWR indi- cated on the Certification Label.

• The gross axle weight on each axle must never exceed the GAWR indicated on the Certifi- cation Label.

• If the gross trailer weight is over the unbraked TWR, trailer service brakes are required.

• If the gross trailer weight is over 2000 lb. (907 kg), a sway control device with sufficient capacity is required.

• If the gross trailer weight is over 5000 lb. (2268 kg), a weight distrib- uting hitch with sufficient capacity is required.

Confirm that the gross trailer weight, gross combination weight, gross vehi- cle weight, gross axle weight and tongue weight are all within the limits.

 - GCWR*

13100 lb. (5492 kg)

 - TWR*

6500 lb. (2948 kg)

 - Unbraked TWR*

1000 lb. (453 kg)

*: This model meets the tow-vehicle trailering requirement of SAE International per SAE J2807.

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