Guys, I bought a new 21 Lariat 2500 Cummins w/off road pkg last week to replace my '16 F150 Ecoboost. I pull a 28ft enclosed car hauler and the F150 pulled it, but clearly struggled sometimes. It's not a business, it's just personal use for car shows and such, but the trips can be long. So I was pretty excited about moving up to a truck that has won the Truck of the Year award from MT, and comes with a high torque diesel motor for pulling my trailer. Admittedly in the wrong order, now that I have the truck, I've been watching reviews of the 2020 and 2021's on youtube. Surprisingly, I've seen a few reviews that explicitly say that if you're buying the truck to tow, then don't buy the 2500, buy the 3500. Some of the comments are due to the rear springs vs leafs between the two. Those of you that have 2500 Cummins and tow, what is your take. Did I make a mistake buying this truck for towing my car hauler?