dry weight is a meaningless number - go by gvwr which will be a lost closer to what you will be towing... and then it's still a guide until YOU load it up and spend $10 at a cat scale to find out the real weights...
we can't know how many pairs of shoes your wife has to bring along for 'roughing it'
also, you didn't state if yours is an
auto or manual,
crew cab, supercab, or regular cab and
does it have the stock tires on it ????
and ASSUMING it's an auto and supercab and tow behind and not a 5th wheel...
To really get it right, all that makes a difference in what you can actually pull !
gcwr and rear axle weight rating are important numbers too..
good luck !
bottom line we're giving you ballpark answers until all the parameters are known...
if you say 7100 then it must be an automatic supercab f-250 4x4 3.73 5.4L ....
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