OK so this reinforces the tow rating. You have 1050lb payload. A loaded trailer at 7000lb with 10% tongue weight means you have 350lb left to play with (2 adults will squash that in a hurry). And you will also need to be careful not to exceed your GFAWR and GRAWR. They will be shown on the other sticker in the door jamb.Below is the sticker.
Received email from Trailex... trailer sounds awesome but start at $20k which is a bit stiff but then again I’m not all that knowledgeable on the trailer market.
Thanks for the info, I’ll take some time to digest and look into that weight distributing hitch.
As a data point, I have a work buddy with a late model (non-grand) Cherokee who recently bought a small camper. 3000lb GVWR and 16ft long. I'm not 100% sure of his loaded weight, I'd speculate about 2400-2500lb. His particular configuration is rated for up to 3,500lb towing. He hauled it 1 time, and said never again. He just brought home a 3/4 ton Ram. lol
I'm not saying it can't be done. It HAS been done. But if you're hauling long distances I think a bigger vehicle will be a lot less stressful. YMMV.
I will 2nd (or 3rd?) the earlier ATC/Intech suggestions. They are nice.