I'm having a hard time getting some straight advice on how to help a 2020 Ford Raptor tow / without sagging. I know it is not a tow vehicle per se, but what I am towing is pretty light. Keep in mind it is an *ALUMINUM* frame trailer which has implications (WDH is not usually recommended?). Trailer: 525lb Tongue Weight 5,200lb Tow Weight Trailer: https://www.intechrv.com/models/flyer/discover/ The 2020 Raptor is rated for 500/5,000 without WDH. So, I am just barely above the rating of the truck. In theory, the trailer TW goes down when trailer is loaded with weight on trailer axle. Just want to get rid of the slight sag, and the possibility of wearing out the stock suspension over time. WDH? Bumper? Installing Class IV hitch. Timbren? Combination. Ugh. Help? Thank you!