Took over loaded HW PUP to the CAT Scales yesterday. Then, after weighing connected, we weighed the TV separately. Mainly wondering if we need a weight-distributing hitch and, regardless of a WDH, do we have too much weight on the tongue and what to do about it. The trailer is pretty much fully loaded for camping other than clothing and the empty refrig. Without the PUP, the TV front axle weighs 2,660 lbs. and rear is only 2,020 for total TV weight of 4,680. With the PUP, the front drops to 2,580, rear jumps to 2,760, and PUP axle is at 3,200 for total of 8,540. Total difference is 3,860 for the net loaded PUP weight which slightly exceeds the GVWR of the PUP itself. We know we need to remove about 100 lbs. of gear which is feasible, though not happy about it. Bigger concern, if our math is right, this tells us we've got close to 20% of the trailer weight on the rear of the truck exceeding the 12-15% guideline. Not even sure a WDH can help that. We do have some heavy items in the front storage bin, but not sure we can remove 150 lbs. worth or move to trailer middle or rear. I threw 40 lb. bag of fertilizer in the TV bed (a Chevy Colorado) to simulate some gear. Even with that, seems like the 1,506 payload on sticker is not our issue. We've buttoned up and winterized, but would love to hear suggestions for next year.