I swung by a CAT scale on my way to the campground last Thursday. I was curious what all of my weights were and I was really curious to see what difference the airbags make on the front axle, so I threw the bike pump and pressure gauge in the TV too. The TV was loaded down pretty typically, which means way too much junk I tried to put the heaviest stuff (EZ Up, cast iron Dutch ovens, propane fire pit, etc) as far forward as possible though there was still some heavy stuff at the back too like a cooler. Here are the results: Total trailer weight:1,900 lbs Tongue weight: 280 lbs The air bags made absolutely no change to the front axle with my setup (each rig is different, so this can’t be automatically assumed for any other combo). To be clear, I wasn’t expecting them to transfer weight to the front like a WDH, I was just curious how much, if any, they removed from the front. Turns out it’s none at all. Interestingly, they actually shifted 20 pounds off the rear axle onto the pup. My guess is that it’s just due to the change in hitch height. A few observations: I’m just about maxed out on the pup’s GVWR. If I ever go much larger I’m going to need to use a WDH to shift some weight from the back to the front axle as it’s already close to the 3,100 lb axle rating. I drove the 10 miles or so to the scale with the airbags deflated and I had forgotten just how much they help and not just the sag. The stiffer rear end behaves so much better. As a side note, the Weight My Truck app for the CAT scales is awesome. Just pull onto the scale and the app should have the location from gps. Tap weigh, wait the the person inside the building to do their thing, and off you go. It shows the weights right away and emails a PDF. It automatically charges your payment source on record (I did PayPal). First weigh is $11 and each reweigh within 24 hours is only $2.