Angelo, I don't mean to be disrespectful in any way. I love Bigfoots! My husband and I have one and adore it. The problem with the manufacturer's sticker is that it's pretty much an estimate and a low one at that. We have the very same sticker on our trailer with the very same weight
, but when we're loaded for travel our trailer weighs between 2,800 and 3,000 lbs. and we travel light! If you take a look at this thread: Trailer Weights in the Real World
you will find a link to a spread sheet with the actual weights of trailers as weighed by their owners. The lowest Bigfoot
weight in the spreadsheet is 2,194 lbs. but all of the others are more in line with what ours weighs.
I only bring this up so that anyone considering buying your trailer will have a better idea of what he or she will need to tow it. Too many newbies to the fiberglass trailer community have discovered only after buying their trailer that they then need to upgrade their tow vehicle in order to pull it safely.
Good luck with your sale - I'm sure it will go fast!