Join Date: Aug 2017
Location: Downstate Illinois (and sometimes Florida)
CaseyK, listen to the above advice! Your Pacifica is not meant to tow the heavy stuff. It may cost you dearly to do so.
A suggestion, if I may? Popups are the next best thing to tents to enjoy being close to nature. The benefit, of course is that you don't get washed out in the rain! Another benefit is that they do not have the oversized frontal area that makes towing even more difficult. So maybe you might want to shop for a larger popup?
If you're dead set on a larger trailer, trade your Pacifica for a larger SUV that can do the job. All the advice leads to one point: don't come anywhere close to reaching the maximum capacity suggested for your vehicle. Leave a lot of "fudge factor". You will always be wrong about total weight when you pack up to go on your vacation!
2018 Chrysler Pacifica Limited Billet Silver, AST, 20" wheels (build date 1-25-18)
2014 Jeep Cherokee Latitude V6 FWD Eco Green
Past . . .
2012 Honda Odyssey EX-L, 2003 Mazda MPV, 1997 Odyssey,
1999 Accord, 1994 Accord, 1988 Accord . . .
. . . and others in the 'way back machine!
. . . First new car:
1962 Plymouth Valiant