We had a sale at work last night. I picked up the Cushion Hitch and the SS ball mount for 20% off. It blew the online prices away. I am going to give that a try in the next couple weeks and see how it feels.
As for loading, I always load my trailer correctly. Not only have I moved myself more times than I can count, but worked Logistics in the Army for many years as well as in other government jobs. Loading ammunition, rolling stock, freight and containers, just to name a few.
I am thinking about putting the same tires I have on my Jeep, on the trailer. But I will have to check funding availability for that.
Thanks for all the help guys.
2015 Trailhawk - Eco Green, 3.2L, Nav, Tow, Cold Weather. MODS: Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain ProGrades 245/70R17; WeatherTech mats, vent shades; Magnaflow exhaust. Rigid SR 20" bar and Rock Lights. JW Speaker fog lights. Blue Ridge Overland Gear panels and bags. Pelican tool box loaded! Bubba Rope and Gators too. Much more....
Trailer: Custom built Montrose aluminum 4.5'Wx6'Lx3'H off-road utility with 3,500 lb Dexter torsion axle. Known as the Zombie Escape Trailer.