Highly recommend you get an Insight gauge and watch tranny temp, engine temp and EGT’s. These trucks have a sweet spot when towing that keeps the EGT’s and engine temp in check and for me it’s usually 2200 - 2500 RPM depending on trailer weight and grade. If you lug it (too low rpm), the EGTs will spike because your not pulling enough air through it. If you run too high RPM’s, your engine temp and tranny temps will run away on you. If your constantly going between gears your trans will get hot. None of this is a big deal if your pulling a small / medium sized trailer but you should pay attention if you’re pulling a loaded toy hauler or pulling steep grades. I see a lot of out of state flat lander trucks pulling campers on the side of I70 here in Colorado (usually Fords - no joke) with the hoods up and over heated because these guys think more gas pedal is the answer. It’s not. Learn how your truck likes it and don’t get in a hurry.