[QUOTE=Byron Kinnaman;547209][QUOTE=Borrego Dave;547193]
Being my loaded weight only differs +/- by 50 pounds from normal, a reweigh between trips would be a moot point. Kind of sounds like splitting hairs to me.
Originally Posted by Byron Kinnaman
OK let's see if this is even possible. Just between and empty and full fresh 12 gallon water tank is 96lb lbls. An empty or full gray water 18gallons is 140 lbs. A full and an empty propane
tank 20lb two would be 40 lbs.
Truck scales weight in 20 lb increments.
Conclusion... +/- 50lbs not likely.
Sorry but I am going to suggest as Dave did that this sounds to me like splitting hairs!
Carrying water or not carrying water are not the only way that one can change their trailers weight. I can change the total weight on my trailer by simple taking a tote container from the back of the truck and putting it into the trailer that I know weighs 50lbs.
If one was to use a bathroom scale to weigh the tongue on their trailer to add the truck scale axle
weight for a total trailer weight, they could very well have a weight variance by as little as 1lb.
While truck scales do weigh in 20lb increments it is my understanding that they round up or down so its possible there is only an 11lb difference in weighs.
Regardless, who is going to bother to weigh their trailer every trip to adjust their tire pressure based on a weight "total" axle weight variance of between 40 to 60lbs! Especially when they know the weight of the trailer is going to drop daily by a few pounds as they consume the stock of refreshments you packed.