Follow up: I went back to may weight spreadsheet, and the only way that the 2003 OEM weight placard could be close to true for my axle wheel load (including wheels) would be if the weight was totally NOT an outfitted weight - no tables, no cushions, no frig, no batteries, not even a propane tank. So as many others have said - if in doubt - go to the scales and weigh your camp trailer. Its easy. Watch a couple of videos. And call first if needed, to be sure about which end to enter from. From your comfy chair at home take a peek at the location on Google Maps and street view. Cost me $12 here in Oakland, CA. I did only a "first weigh", and not a 2nd weigh without the trailer, because I was no interested in my TV weight, and I can (and did) get my tongue weight at home using bathroom scales (my Aliner is light enough to make this easy). BTW - tongue weight is 97 Lbs, so total "empty" trailer is about 1,300 Lbs, a lot more than UVW = 895 Lbs on the placard. This empty weight is without appliances, without tables, no frig, no proapne tank. The only adds are two batteries and two spare tires. FWIW - when we are loaded for a trip the tongue weight is higher, and meets the 10% minimum guideline.