in another message someone said a Fiberstream weighed 2900 lbs.
My Fiber Stream
, FULLY LOADED and ready to camp weighs 2900 pounds WITHOUT water (except for the 6 gallons inside the water heater) or food. I keep it packed at all times, because frankly, I have a LOT of "stuff" to make my travelling experience a comfortable one.
My sales brochure
- Total weight is 1700 lbs., total length 16 ft., total height 92".
- Tongue weight is 140 lbs. dry.
After reading earlier posts here about how the more vintage trailers often exceeded the sales claims for weight, I unpacked and unloaded everything
from my trailer and took it to a local truck scale for weigh-in. I even off-loaded both propane tanks, the group 27 battery, AND the spare tire, and drained all tanks and the water heater.
The only "option" left on the trailer was the Carefree Fiesta Awning
. I also left the cushions inside, but everything else that was not somehow attached was removed. The scales read 2000 pounds [b]Total weight. I unhitched, and parked the trailer on the scale. At that time, I did not take separate axle or tongue weights.