Hehe Mike was that before our after we had Easter dinnner and where you standing in it???
As discussed the other night it is suprising sometimes what we think is a little bit of stuff and what it actually all adds up to weight
wise. Thus the reason as you know some of us are holding strong to the one bin limit
and do a complete trailer clean out at the end of the year. An Imperial gallon is 10lbs so that could account for about 120lbs of the weight
based on what you have indicated you where carrying (12 gallons?) What do the two batteries weigh - 60lbs each? and the two propane
tanks? Empty they come in at about 18lbs each add another 18 to each if full. Even if one was empty with the water, batteries and propane
tanks alone that would add about 300lbs to the dry weight
- that doesn't count your bq, chairs, clothing, hoses and food and cook wear and what ever else you have hidden in the fridge
and cooler. ;-) What options do you have on the trailer that would not have been included in the dry weight? Microwave
? Is the spare tire included in the dry weight? Was the equilizer hitch on the trailer when you weighed it?
Good news is it sure looks like having the 2 propane
and 2 batteries on the tongue are working to keep that going in the right direction.
Glad I was out for the weigh in as I may have also had a suprise in regards to the weight of jello!