you can add about 400lbs. to the dry weight, for the standard "options", whose weights aren't included.
things like: awning, a/c, spare tire, battery, oven and so on.
that should give you a ballpark weight from the factory, sitting on the dealer's lot.
i think the Roo 19 is a great match for your truck.
on a different note, still hard to believe my v-8 Avalanche gets better mpg than the 4x2 Frontier.
when i was shopping for a new tow vehicle, i really liked the Frontier but when i looked at the mpg ratings for it and the Tacoma, i couldn't believe the mpg ratings compared to the newer full-sized v-8 trucks.
i assumed that a lighter v-6 truck should get much better mpg than a heavier v-8 1/2 ton truck but i was wrong.
and Zoe the Wonder Dog(R.I.P.)
'07 Roo 23SS pushing an '07 Chevy Avalanche
Equalizer WDH and Prodigy BC