Husky centerline with 8 to 1200 or 1000 to 1400 pound spring bars will work well. Timber Grove axle to frame airbag will complement the WDH well. Bring wet AS to Cat scale adjust WDH & WD in TV & TT until you replace steer weight 3200 or more & have drive axle down to 3900. Make sure TW is in 10 to 15 percent range. Loaded TV combined axle weight less unloaded TV combined axle weight for actual seen or scaled TW. (This is because WDH is dynamic TW not static TW) Divide this number by gross trailer weight. The result is the TW percentage. Now AS will tow well and truck will stop & handle safe & stable as Mfg designed.
You can also verify CVW, receiver weight, & GVW from your scale slips. Cost is often only $12 & $2 per additional weigh. Cheap IMO for your families safety. Cat has free app with locator & gps directions. Add air to bags at the Cat scale AFTER reasonable best WD has been achieved. You will need Hemi or fuel efficient Ecodiesel as the wet AS will likely be above Max tow & CVWR of the 3.6. If you only have the 5/6 speed you will want the 3.92. The 8 speed tows dramatically stronger & more efficiently. Tow mirrors, hitch camera, & TBC are all nice helpful options make towing a TT better.
Transportr AS & TT Mfg 2 dealr RAM ED factory brake controller tow mirror hitch camera & receiver 1,290/12k, No sway WDH, Adj. hitch, axle 2 frame air bags, tune w turbo brake, SLT Grill, 31.9" load tires, Max ED tow 9,200, GCAR 7,800, Max Ram 1500 GCVW 15,950, truck hitches steer 3,240 drive 2,560