I have pulled several loads all up and down the east coast with my Jeep ECO as you can see.
I absolutely hate hydraulic bump activated brake systems, you have nowhere near the control as an electric brake system that is adjustable for every load you carry.
I found out about weight distributing hitches about 20 years ago, if i pull any trailer bigger than my 5’x8’ . I have been using this same WD reese 14,400 lb trunion style, square bar with built in sway control. Seen here Reese SC Weight Distribution w Sway Control - Trunnion - 12,000 lbs GTW, 1,200 lbs TW Reese Weight Distribution RP66155
on several different tow platforms ranging from Nissan Titan,Nissan Frontier,Dodge Dakota,Dodge 2500 cummins and now my Jeep Eco to pull my 7x18 dual electric brake axle.
I have a prodigy 3 brake control installed in my Jeep in the center console, this controller is easy to use and works great also from trailer.com
Once you have this type of WD setup correctly,it only takes minutes to hook up your trailer without having to constantly adjust it. The sway control stops you from being blow off the road when the wind is blowing,passing or being passed by semis and other big area vehicles.
Remember that you are responsible for the load that you are carrying pulling and the safety of the others on the road around you. If you have an accident while pulling a trailer and the load on the trailer is to much for your vehicle and you do not have proper equipment you are in for real problems when the investigation starts. If you happen to kill someone due to your negligence you will have a very bad day!