With a 6500 lbs towing rating.... not legally. If your JK is typical with armor and all.... your around 5,000 lbs and your trailer is likely 2,000 to 2,800 lbs.
My 25' car hauler is 2,800 lbs and my JK is easily 5,000. My 2017 Ram 5.7L with the Max Tow package has engine, gearing 3.92 ratio, cooling and brake system rated for 9,640 lbs.
By the time I add in recovery gear, misc junk, tools, food and cooler im sure that it's over 8,000 lbs easily.
6,500 lbs just isn't enough unless you have some sort of really light, really dangerous, junk trailer that is built to haul plastic big wheels and your JK isn't really built up much at all.
Then toss the light weight jeep and toy level trailer behind an insufficient Jeep GC and hope that you don't kill someone. Or at least hope that you don't kill many.
Sounds like a really bad idea to me.
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