Originally Posted by ependydad
I'm running much higher weights, but I saw up to a 500 lb. split between tires.
I can't imagine a lighter unit would see a such a swing, but it can be pretty surprising how far of difference that there can be. Especially when you don't see it by weighing the axles. I only saw it when I did the individual wheel weights with Escapees.
I'm sure no expert, but it would seem to me, all things being equal, that if your TT was overloaded on one side, both tires on that side would be higher, but close together, while the other side would be lower but close together. If it was overloaded front to back, I would expect to see the either the back or front higher, but similar, with the other pair lower but similar.
Seems if you just loaded down one corner, the tire closest would be high, the one farthest would be low, and the other two would be "similar" in between.
But having 3 at (essentially) 3500 lbs, but the other at 2950 lbs seems weird. Like something's wrong with your suspension. Right front tire doesn't seem to be pulling it's weight (pun intended!).