Conrats on the trailer and welcome to the Fun Finder Family!!
My only advice would be to set aside the next available Sat or Sun morning, get up at dawn, hook up the trailer and take it to a large empty parking lot and practice turns, braking, backing up, etc. Getting an hour or two of practice in a safe environment really helps to get a feel for the trailer, especially backing it into a defined space.
The 160 is a great trailer and is a great match for your truck. Remember to give yourself extra space when braking and turning, but after a couple trips you will have it down.
Good luck and have fun with your trailer!!
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