Originally Posted by Luckydog671
You may want to take it to a scale to get actual weights as it may weigh more than you think. For instance, the listed hitch weight on my 24 foot model is 520. Actual weight measured on a CAT scale is 720. Just sayin' . . .
Yes you're right, I thought about taking it to a scale. Then I thought .... what difference does it make now. I bought it, I own it, I have to tow it. Actually, it should have been part of the buying decision. The trailer has brakes and my truck is rated to tow 9500 lbs and it tows it fine. The weight distributing hitch and suspension air bags compensate for the tongue weight. Although, I probably exceed the hitch rating. But, I still think about going to a scale because I'm curious.