Originally Posted by t0rnado
I was feeling like the trailer is riding low. How do figure this out? Here is a pic.Attachment 58522
t0nado, if just your trailer was riding low, then the ball would need to be raised. But it appears your SUV is also low in back, which may indicate a WDH adjustment might be needed. If that is needed to put more weight on the front TV axle, then the front of the trailer will come up some when that is done, because that will raise the SUV rear end.
As ficksters suggested, a trip to a CAT scale may be needed. A single platform scale can be used (like the local quarry, landfill, etc), but the sectioned CAT scales make life so much easier.
Here is the CAT scale locator: CAT Scale Locator | CAT Scale
3 trips across the scales give you a lot of info. With everything and everybody in the exact same position each weigh-in, and each TV axle on a separate section, and the trailer axle(s) on another section:
1 trip across with the SUV and trailer with WDH hooked up.
1 trip across with the SUV and trailer without the WDH hooked up.
1 trip across with just the SUV (trailer dropped in the lot somewhere).
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