Congrats on the new to you TT. If you are finalizing your TV, it sounds like you are shopping for one. Pay attention to more than just the towing capacity of the TV. Pay attention to the actual payload (check the sticker inside the drivers side door for the accurate available payload as this will be different/lower than what the stated capabilities are). You need to subtract the weight of all cargo, occupants, pets etc inside the tow vehicle and then factor the TT's tongue weight into the payload. The trailer you are looking at has a dry weight of 4285 (I'm using the 2010 specs since that was what I could find), a cargo capacity of 1215 for a GVWR of 5500 lbs. Most people tend to load between 1000-1500 lbs gear into a trailer so using the TT's GVWR will probably be a pretty close to accurate # to figure on loaded weight. Next you need to figure out the TT's loaded tongue weight (dry tongue weight doesn't really help you at all). The tongue weight should be 13-15% of the loaded TT weight (or in this case the GVWR). 15% of 5500 lbs is 825 lbs. About 20% of that 825 lbs will be transferred back to the TT when using a weight distribution hitch. This means that you can probably expect to place about 660 lbs of weight on your TV. This 660 lbs needs to be factored into your payload. Hope this helps you match the right TV to the TT. May your new to you TT bring you many happy camping trips.