cBrady, you show a Artic Cat Prowler in your stats, then mention a bike ??
Don't know the bike stats, but a Prowler can run 1200-1300 lbs. As presumed, if that weight is behind the trailer wheels, that is going to take a lot of weight off of the tongue. The particular model Work and Play is not listed, but most of the bigger ones have the garage area way up past the wheel wells. Moving the Arctic Cat as far forward as possible, and if possible directly over the wheels might make a huge difference.
Originally Posted by cbrady
Trailer- 2007 29' Forest River Work and Play
Spring over conversion
12' garage, with custom frame and pro cabinets throughout
If those cabinets were built behind the area of the OEM cabinets, or worse yet, behind the trailer axles, that could be the problem. You now have extra weight in the back, plus you may not be able to park the Arctic Cat as far forward as need be.
I don't know if adding metal plates to the tongue is the answer if you exceed the GVWR of the trailer......there are all sorts of frame and axle problems that might arise from that.
Can you show a floor plan of your model Work and Play, and also a picture of the inside of your trailer ??