IMO you could do this regularly but others may disagree but one time will not be an issue at all
Yea, it is only going to be a one time trip. It seems that the newer 1/2 ton trucks are rated to tow what the older 3/4 ton's were and the new 3/4 tons are like the old 1 ton's.
I'd do it once, but it does not seem worth setting up the WDH for one tow to new owner. Do you have a brake controller still too?
I really was hoping to not have to mess with the WD setup and since I have the Max Tow package on the F150 is has a built in brake controller. I'm kinda curious to see how it works.
My wife and I recently bought a second home and have found ourselves not using our camper much at all over the past two years. I sold my Excursion tow vehicle and have now sold the camper too. The issue is that now I find myself having to tow the camper about 200 miles to the new owner using my 2010 F150. Here are the stats. Camper = 7,400lbs dry, 9,500lbs GVWR. F150 = 2010 with Max tow package, GVWR = 7,675lbs. The F150 is rated to tow 10k lbs+ so I think I'm ok but I'm old school where I think you need a 3/4 ton to tow anything. Any advise?