Originally Posted by todtc318
Dry tongue weight is 663# × 1.5 is 828.75#. Max payload is 1531#. Sound ok?
I wind up pulling about 600 pounds out of my payload before I even start on the trailer. 350 pounds me/wife/dogs, 150 bed rolltop, 100 pounds side bars. Then there is what goes in the bed: generator, grill, inflatable kayak, "stuff" for another 200 pounds. My payload that starts out at 1820 is now down to 1,000.
The trailer dry hitch weight never includes trailer options, battery, propane tanks, the effects of what you load in the trailer. I think you could add another 200 pounds to the dry hitch weight quite easily. Don't forget the weight of the weight distribution hitch.
My guess is that you will be over your payload capacity. But, you now have enough information to figure it out for yourself.
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