We 2013 Titan Pro-4x, 39k miles. Towing a 36' tongue to spare, 8,000 pound travel trailer. We have done quite a bit of towing but would like to do some longer/harder trips and I want to make sure the truck is in the best shape for towing and safety. We always tow with an Equalizer WDH. Our engine and transmission gauges do not state temp but we have never had an issue with either being too hot.
To optimize towing and protect the truck, should upgrading the brakes and adding bags be sufficient? If you are towing with a similar set-up, what parts did you end up successfully using?
Thankful to have found this forum and hope to have the truck in better shape for Spring.
36' isn't going to be a comfortable tow, whatever you do. The tail will wag the dog. LT tires at max pressure, anti sway at max levels, diff and transfer case service and axle vent mod, check all the trans lines. Air bags will stabilize some, but not increase towing capacities. You are on the edge of maxing out every part of your truck.