First, welcome aboard. You'll find lots of friendly, helpful folks here who can answer your questions.
About your question on towing. The '04 Mazda Tribute is rated to tow 3,500# max. trailer weight if it has an automatic transmission and the factory tow package. Without the factory tow package, it is rated for only 2,000# max. trailer weight.
Your T-2460 has the following ratings:
GVW (dry weight).......3,780#
GVWR.......................5,000# (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating)
There are a lot of calculations that can be done regarding Tow Vehicle (TV) axle ratings and so on, but here's a fairly simple rule of thumb that should tell you what you need to initially know about towing your T-2460. It is generally accepted in the travel trailer world that your tow vehicle's max. towing capacity should exceed the GVWR of the trailer by at least 10%. A larger percentage is very desireable in this regard. There are a lot of why's and wherefore's that go into that, but if the tow vehicle is rated less than the trailer's gross weight, IMHO it's a bad combination to start.
Your TV should also have a CGWR (Combined Gross Weight Rating) which is the total of the max allowable weights of the TV, the trailer, the load (your stuff!), and passengers. The CGWR needs to be bigger than the actual total weight, too.
In your case, the dry (empty) weight of the trailer is greater than the max allowable trailer weight of the Mazda *IF* it has the auto tranny and factory tow package. That right there should be a red flag for you.
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