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  • I ahve no idea You need to find the CGVWR, the combine gross vehicle weight rating. It is different in each model and option class it should be in the owners manual You need to go the chryslers web site and look for the curb weight of your jeep This is what the SUV weighs with a full tank of fuel and no pass and cargo. and then find the GVWR gross vehicle weiught rating, this is what the jeep can weigh with all pass and cargo the CGVRW is what the jeep can weigh with all pass and cargo and the trailer My F-350 has a GVWR of 11,500 it wieghs with me in it 7,500 lbs so it has a payload of 4,000 lbs The CGVWR is 22,000 so w/o cargo and just me in it the truck can tow 14,500 lbs, but the most a reciever hitch can tow is 12,500 so even though I wouldn't be at the CGVWR with a 12.5 k trailer I can only tow 12,500 lbs Everthing combine can't go over the CGVWR or exceed the trailer hitch rating

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