Ever since I changed out my axle, added the shocks, and addedthe rear hitch and bike rack, I've been wanting to weigh my setup again and see how balanced the setup was, along with how close am I to my various weight limits. To that end on a recent trip where we had packed to stay 5 nights I stopped off at a CAT scale before getting to far down the road. We had all of the gear stowed the way we normally do and had the bike rack loaded with two zero gravity chairs and two adult bikes. The following are the results of my weight checks. Code: Measured Rating Delta GVW 8800 9600 800 GAW F 4340 4800 460 GAW R 4460 6100 1640 GCW 12480 19000 6520 GAW T 3680 5000 1320 GVW T 4120 5000 880 TW 440 500 60 The tongue weight limit of 500 lbs came from the draw bar that I had been using. Both my coupler on the trailer and the hitch on my truck are rated for 600 lbs. I have also recently noticed that we tow a bit nose down, but have had a difficult time in finding somewhere flat and level enough to check it with a tape measure. Near as I could tell I've been towing down about 2", so I got in a new draw bar this weekend that brings it up another 2-1/4". The draw bar is also a few inches longer than the old one as my tailgate already just barely missed the tongue jack. I'll see in a few weeks how all of this plays out for me. The GAW T and GVW T come from the numbers that I registered the trailer at after swapping out the running gear. The axle is actually a 6k axle (which has a stamping on it saying this rating excludes the weight of the tires, wheels, and springs), the wheels are good for something like 7.5k, and the springs are either 5k or 5.5k. From what I remember the tires were the main limiting factor on weight, but I'm not planning on getting to the 5k number on the camper at all. I should also note here that this is for my family of 5 (2 adults, 3 kids ages 1-4, and a small dog).