Originally Posted by sapoho
Now it's time to read up on the art of loading!
The 26RR has a heavy hitch weight when not loaded to allow for the weight of toys being at or behind the axles. Weight at the rear takes weight off the hitch and is really necessary to balance the weight somewhat.
Most of the storage is basically towards the front of the trailer - under the bed, in the pass through, wardrobes, bathroom, and fridge. So try to find either a toy for the rear
or some boxes of stuff you can put under the dining seats to keep the hitch weight from being too high. The fresh water tank is centered over the front axle so water in there is probably not adding much to the hitch weight.
Loaded without a toy and with a half tank of water my hitch was measured at 925lbs! I have not measured it with the bike in.
Good luck with your prep for the first trip. We slept in ours and used everything we could in our driveway for a few nights first and then made our first few days away local to get everything right and ensure there were no problems. There was one minor issue which the dealer fixed pretty quickly for us.
Ours is currently at the dealers outside warranty unfortunately getting the water a tank looked at to see if it is sitting where it should.
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