We have a 320RLDS Eagle that is 36'6" hitch to bumper, not including the slide out bike rack. My towing weight is about 10,100# which is very near the TT GVWR. It tows extremely well and is pretty easy to back in. I did have to forego a couple of workkamp jobs I wanted because we were too long to fit the site. BTW, we pull with an F250, long wheelbase, V10. The truck pulls quite well...just wish the MPG were a little better but we can't have everything.
I personally would go with a 5er for that kind of length. Depends on your campgrounds but I would not be able to go to the camp grounds with such a long camper. Especially showing up on Friday night and other campers have their trucks parked on the road. You could get a 5er with the same inside space with much shorter overall length.
just my opinion.
2006 Ford E350 Van (standard length)
V10, 3.73, 5 Star Tuner, Hellwig Rear Sway Bar, Prodigy BC, Hensley Arrow Hitch
Ron took the words right out of my mouth,er, hands, typing that is ... You may have to up the rating on your receiver if it's the stock Ford receiver and that TT is plenty heavy with a possible max gross of #11,250... I had to change my Ford stock receiver to a more robust unit...
I pull a Nomad 3150 with my F250/V10 - it's also about 34' overall length and #9400 loaded and I pull it with a Hensley hitch and pulling it is fine... Squeezing it into some places can be a bit challenging at times...
2000 Ford F-250SD, XLT, 4X4 Off Road, SuperCab
w/ 6.8L (415 C.I.) V-10/3:73LS/4R100
Banks Power Pack w/Trans Command & OttoMind
Sold Trailer - not RV'ing at this point in time