Thanks Tom.I have regular trailer tires the size that is called for with new white spokers.I have the front as level as possible with the
bumper of my Tundra.The spare is same tire and rim. I have tried different tire pressures as low as 26 lbs.(recommended by the
original owner) I bought it from.It had some alterations with new pretty heavy duty plywood cabinetry and built in AC,Micro and nice refer.
They have given the trailer a little more weight
in the back, I presume. Normally one might want a little more weight
closer to the tongue
for a better pull? The leaf springs are original and might need re-curve or extra load leveler spring added as I find that wind ,semis
and rough roads make the camper more jittery than I like.For one this small I wouldn't thing an equalizer hitch would be necesssary?
I don't drive mucch more than 55-60 when pulling so as to avoid panic stops with a brakeless camper. I thought that going to a 14"
trailer tire might help/There seems to be room in the wheel well.It is possible that a torsion axle
might be a better solution?My old 10 foot
Scotty had individual wheel suspension(torsion) and it pulled much better and was onlt 850 pounds.
If I increase the tire pressure to 29-30 psi, it make it more jumpy on rough roads,RR tracks or when semis try to suck you off the road.
What is your guess about tires.