I find myself in a bad situation. I am hoping the dealership is going to figure out what to do. We bought a new 2020 1500 limited on Thursday. The purpose of this truck it to tow my horse from FL to CA in the early summer and back in the fall. Over the Rockies and long-distance driving. We told the sales person we needed the max towing capacity of either 11,100 or the 12,000 on the V8 hemi e-torque gas or diesel. He showed us a demo truck (no sticker shown) and said it had everything we needed including the trailer-tow package. So we trade in my car and away we go in the beautiful new truck. The next day (yesterday), I was looking at the sticker given to us with our signed paperwork and saw the axle was only 3.2 instead of the 3.92. And at looking at various trailers and checking the combined gross weight of the truck/trailer, had a nasty surprise of seeing it was not going to do the job. And, upon checking the VIN, saw that the towing capacity is rated at only 8100. I've talked to the manager today and he says he is going to see about changing the axle from the 3.2 to the 3.92. Is this practical and is it going to devalue my truck? Or should we push them to take this one back and give us the same thing but with the 3.92 axle?