I towed our new 2014 Classic to the storage unit from the selling dealership (about 20 miles non highway) using just a properly rated ball hitch on the back of the 2012 Dodge 2500HD. The trailer had full propane tanks (two 40# tanks) and supposedly full water.
It did not track well and was causing steering issues at 45 mph speeds. After installing the 16" tries and wheels and the ProPride hitch with help from Sean over the phone, I went out for a test drive. There was a dramatic change in the rig for the better.
We have a Kelderman all air bag suspension system with air expansion tanks on each rear air bag that keeps the truck level at all times. That system cushions the trailer's ride from the tow vehicle. We reduced the 16" Michelin tire pressure to 75 psi from 80, and the temperatures are most constant even in hot weather.
When the hotshots tow the trailers from the factory with their dually trucks, I have yet to see a fancy hitch and they drive "quickly" as time is money.
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TV - 2012 Dodge 2500 4x4 Cummins HO, automatic, Centramatics, Kelderman level ride airbag suspension, bed shell
2014 31' Classic model 30 twin beds, 50 amp service, 900 watt solar system, Centramatics, Dill TPMS, disc brakes, 16" tires & wheels