Before purchasing our 2104 Salem QBSS i knew that this trailer had a lot of tongue weight but i loved the model so we bought it and i figured if its way over i guess i would have to buy a new truck.
. Well i finally hit the scales today and i was trying to figure out my numbers but the more it try to figure it out the more confused i get. What is the best way to calculate tongue weight and what should the difference from the front and rear axles be??? Thanks in advance for the help.
First weigh-in (with the WDH the way the dealership set it up)
Steer axle- 3220
Drive axle- 4180
Second weigh-in (adjusted the chains one more link)
Truck only(with full tank of gas a 2 200lb occupants)
GVWR of truck-7200
Now what i am thinking is my rear axle is rated at 3850 so i am 150lbs over on the rear. Should i be worried about 150lbs???
Also does that mean that my truck only has a payload of 860?? Thats seems really low.. I got that by truck 6340-GVWR 7200..
The more i think about it the more confused i get