etcmss-the weights you list are dry or unloaded. Adding gear, propane, battery etc add weight and increase numbers. Ideally your loaded tongue weight should be approx 13-15% of the loaded TT weight. I would have at least 1200 lb bars on that TT. if they gave you lighter bars, I would take your scale weights to them and inform them they gave you bars that are too light. that is their fault and they should make it right with heavier bars.
with a dry TT weight of 6925 lbs ou are probably looking at a loaded weight of at least 8000 lbs. That means ideally a loaded tongue weight of 1040-1200 lbs given loaded weight of 8000 lbs. my guess based upon the numbers above is that you will be way over on payload and gcwr...... gcwr= actual (scaled not brochure) weight of TT + actual(scaled not brochure) weight of TV. you list curb weight of 7100 lbs and gcwr of 14000 lbs. 14000-7100= 6900 lbs towing capacity. this is before added options, passengers, and gear are added to TV. payload = gvwr- actual (scaled) vehicle weight. the tongue weight must be subtracted from your payload as well. I hate to sy it bu you are over weight with that TT and while dialing in the wdh will help, it won't resolve all of your problems. overweight will result in a white knuckle ride. been there done that, will never be there again.
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