The trailer has the eased front profile which increases your turning radius. Do you have the factory underbed mount in your Dodge? Even if you don't one of the best rated hitches is the B&W Companion - comes in a slider model. Obviously if you went with the Reese Airborne Sidewinder, the slider wouldn't be necessary. If this had been available when I bought my Reese Elite slider I would have gotten one of these instead. They make different models for the Ford and Dodge factory underbed mounts. Might want to consider a high quality hitch like the the B&W Companion slider with a Demco or MOR/ryde pin box.
Honestly, it really depends on the miles you intend to put on your unit annually. We tow about 6,000 miles per year.
You have a million choices and each unit has different characteristics when towed. For heavy units that get a lot of miles, many people go with something like the Hensley Air-Ride.
Obviously, you need to figure both the hitch and pin box out together because one depends on the other.
More questions - single or dual rear wheel on your Dodge? If SRW, you may want to consider air bags for your Dodge with that pin weight. Helps with the bounce and headlights blinding others with the sag in the rear.
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