The dry weight on the trailer at the lot was 8436lbs. That was a loaded out unit with the solid surface countertops, etc.
I guess my luck with tires has been good and bad. The good, I have never had one blow out (knocking on wood as I type). The bad, ever used trailer I have purchased has had tires that were 100 miles from death. Two of those trailers were only two years old. My thought was if the tires that come on it are crap, I will go straight to the tire shop, and trade them in on the tires I trust. At this point, I guess I will wait and see if I get the Westlakes, or something else.
Current TV:'14 F350 Lariat CrewCab, 4x4 Short Bed SRW Diesel w/ Pullrite 2700 (16K)
Current Fiver: '15 Puma 295BHSS Anniversary Edition
Past TV: '13 F150 HD Payload SCrew EB, '08 Tundra CrewMax 5.7L, '02 'Burb 5.3L, '97 Dakota 3.9L
Past Trailers: '09 Wildwood LE 27RB, '02 Palomino Yearling RL, '87 Jayco 1006dlx