Originally Posted by JNKS2010
Does 1,665 sound right for a payload capacity?
sounds like it could. if you posted a pic of your door sticker, that would help.
you have to subtract the weight of your passengers, any cargo in the truck or bed and the weight of the WDH, from that 1665 number.
what's left will be the available amount for the trailer's LOADED tongue weight.
don't use fictional dry numbers. get the yellow sticker weight of the trailer to start with.
that 744 number will get close to 1000lbs., once you add the weight of the battery, propane, water and cargo in the trailer.
so you can see how payload ends up being a much more crucial number for 1/2 ton trucks. if the loaded tongue weight is 1000lbs., then you only have 665lbs. for anything in the truck.
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