Howdy all, I have a 2012 EcoBoost (6 cyl - I think that's all they made in 2012) F150 Crew Cab/Short Bed with somewhat of a tow package, but I'm having difficulty delineating what I have and what I should have to tow a 26' 4500# dry weight travel trailer, a 2009 Heartland North Trail 21FBS, which is 26'6" per spec. I know I have to account for the fresh/grey/black tanks and contents .... I have a feeling that's not going to be the issue with my EcoBoost, I think I need to be more concerned about my tongue weight and suspension and whether I need a sway bar or weight distribution system, but I don't know much about those. (Forgive my ignorance, please ... but I've always been told the most stupid questions are the ones that you don't ask!) Per my "window sticker" info I have "up-hill" assist and "anti-sway" and I have a trailer hitch, but I know I don't have the "full" tow package because I don't have the extendable sided mirrors. I need help figuring out what I may be lacking and if this trailer is too much and I should stick to 24' or below. I bought the 2012 Ecoboost with the intention of getting a TTrailer, but I can find anyone at the dealership to sit down with me and advise me and I don't know that I trust the RV sales folks to properly advise me either ... hence I'm coming to you folks for honest words. I am a 55 y/o single female, so I have to do this right because I don't have anyone to be there to have my back and I don't want to do anything "muy stupido"!. I have previously towed ~21' bay boats like they "weren't even there", no problem, but I know that's a far cry from a TTrailer. Any advice you guys could give me would be deeply appreciated. If a VIN number would be of help I can provide that. Thanks SOOO much in advance! I haven't bought the travel trailer yet, but I've already missed three that I really liked by procrastinating and trying to figure things out, so some prompt feedback would be AWESOME! Thanks again, in advance!