First, forget the dry weights. The dry weight is without most accessories that a mfr automatically installs on a TT, like the A/C, awning, microwave....etc. Also, unless you're going to drain the hot water tank everytime you tow, you'll have to add to the TT weight the weight, albiet small, for 6 or 10 gallons of water. You need to always work calculations with GVWR's & GCWR's.
Take your Jeep, fill up the gas tank & load it with you, your family, pets & any gear you'll pack in it to travel. Then go get it weighed. Subtract that from the GCWR & what you'll have left is what you'll probably be able to safely tow.
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