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etrailer Tongue Weight Scale for Campers and Utility Trailers - 2,000-lb Capacity

etrailer Tongue Weight Scale for Campers and Utility Trailers - 2,000-lb Capacity

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Measure your trailer's tongue weight with this easy-to-use scale. Connect the scale to either your trailer's ball coupler or to its 2" jack for a weight reading. Unlike other scales, blocks or wood are not needed for setup. Great Prices for the best tongue weight scale from etrailer. etrailer Tongue Weight Scale for Campers and Utility Trailers - 2,000-lb Capacity part number e99044 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Measure your trailer's tongue weight with this easy-to-use scale. Connect the scale to either your trailer's ball coupler or to its 2" jack for a weight reading. Unlike other scales, blocks or wood are not needed for setup.


  • Scale measures your trailer's tongue weight to help ensure your trailer is properly loaded
    • Lets you know if you need to adjust your load before you tow
  • 2 Easy and convenient ways to use the scale
    • Measure at your trailer's coupler before hookup
    • Measure at your trailer's jack after hookup
  • Sturdy steel footplate helps keep scale level for an accurate reading
    • Zinc plating on footplate and pins resist corrosion
  • Aluminum body is long-lasting and won't rust


  • Fits 1-7/8", 2", or 2-5/16" ball couplers
  • Fits jack with 2" diameter inner tube
    • Foot or wheel must be removed for use
  • Capacity: 2,000 lbs
  • Maximum height (when hooked up to coupler): 17-1/4"
    • Ground to center of top pin hole: 6-1/4"
  • Maximum height (when hooked up to jack): 7-1/8"
    • Height from footplate to where jack sits in scale: 5"
  • Footplate dimensions: 6-3/8" long x 4-1/2" wide
  • Tics on gauge sit at 50-lb increments
  • Lifetime limited warranty

What is Tongue Weight?

Tongue weight (TW) refers to the weight that the fully loaded trailer exerts downward on the hitch ball of the tow vehicle. Tongue weight is typically 10 percent - and should not exceed 15 percent - of your gross trailer weight. For example, a 10,000-lb trailer should have a tongue weight between 1,000 lbs and 1,500 lbs. You can adjust the tongue weight of your trailer by removing or adding cargo, or by redistributing the load on the trailer. The tongue weight should not exceed the capacity of your tow vehicle, your hitch, or any of your towing components.

Why is Tongue Weight So Important?

Simply put, too little tongue weight can cause trailer sway and too much tongue weight can cause the tow vehicle to perform poorly. You may have difficulty steering, gaining traction, or braking when driving a setup that has too much weight pushing down on the rear of the vehicle. Ultimately, towing with an improper tongue weight can cause you to lose control of your vehicle or cause your trailer to separate from the vehicle.

Measuring Tongue Weight at the Coupler

etrailer Tongue Weight Scale at the Coupler

The etrailer tongue weight scale has 2 different configurations, which provides you with some nice flexibility when you're loading up your trailer. The standard configuration lets you measure your trailer's tongue weight at the coupler.

First, get set up on stable, level ground - like your driveway or a parking lot - to ensure that the scale will function properly. Position the scale right under your coupler so that the ball will fit into the coupler's socket. Lower your trailer down until its weight is fully supported by the scale and not the jack. Then use the scale's gauge to determine the tongue weight.

Measuring Tongue Weight at the Jack

 etrailer Tongue Weight Scale at the Jack

You can also use this scale at the trailer jack, without the hassle of having to disconnect and move your truck or trailer out of the way. Just attach the scale to your jack's 2" inner tube instead. To set up the scale, remove the pins and clips, pull out the center support tube, and replace it with just the top portion of the scale, which includes the gauge and hitch ball. The scale will sit upside down in the foot, with the ball on the bottom. Once it's in place, secure the scale to the foot with one of the pins.

To attach the scale to your jack, first crank the trailer jack until the footplate or wheel is about 8" off the ground. Then remove the footplate or wheel from the jack and replace it with the scale, pinning the scale in place. Lower the jack until the scale's footplate is sitting on the ground. Unlatch the coupler from the hitch ball and raise your trailer until it is supported entirely by the jack (and the scale). Then use the scale's gauge to determine the tongue weight.

Note: The etrailer tongue weight scale is not intended as a trailer support device. The scale should not be left on the jack during travel or storage.

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etrailer Tongue Weight Scale for Campers and Utility Trailers - 2,000-lb Capacity - e99044

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (440 Customer Reviews)

Measure your trailer's tongue weight with this easy-to-use scale. Connect the scale to either your trailer's ball coupler or to its 2" jack for a weight reading. Unlike other scales, blocks or wood are not needed for setup.


I have used this scale several times to measure the tongue weight of my ATV/UTV trailer and it seems to work well. I have not verified or compared the readings I got versus another scale.


We purchased this to weigh the hitch weight of our trailer and tested it today which gave us a peace of mind knowing we are still within our towing parameters. We are in the market for a new trailer and will take this with us to test the hitch weight since manufacturers weights are estimates and can be way more than a vehicles allowable hitch weight. Thank you etrailer for offering another quality product at a reasonable price.

Still works as intended and ready when we need it.
Mary J - 11/05/2022


In my review of the tongue scale, in the following pictures, you can see in the picture the scale in action with the tongue weight is 2,000 lbs. after all the weight is removed off the tongue jack. The dry weight of the Toyhauler is 10,926 lbs. and the GVWR is 16,000 lbs. I built a box with padding to protect the scale from damage. The reason I purchased this scale is to know what the tongue weight is when the weight with and without a UTV/Side by Side is inside the Toyhauler trailer. The garage is 17 feet long and the total payload capacity of the trailer is 5,074 lbs. If you but have a 14 ft. long or 12 ft. long toy and drive it into the trailer, were you place the toy inside the trailer the 17 ft. long garage. It can have a big effect on tongue weight if the toy is centered over the triple axle or is farther forward or the toy is closer to the loading ramp. The weight of a 2,500 lb. toy can move a lot of weight around and inside the trailer when you have 3 or 5 ft. of space to achieve the correct loading to stay within the (1,600 to 2400 lbs. when fully loaded) or 10% to 15% rule on the bumper pull tongue weight guidelines. The total tongue weight is 2,000 lbs. with the trailer almost down to the dry weight rating. Because there is no toy inside the trailer to counterbalance the nose weight of the Toyhauler the trailer tongue weight is higher than it should be so a weight distribution hitch is critical.


The tongue scale works great. I am making an rv with a truck camper on back of a flatbed trailer and the front 10 feet will be toys and storage. I need the scale to get the weight distributed right. Had to reorder because USPS lost the first one. etrailer has the best people I have ever dealt with. Their customer service goes above and beyooond.Double AA++++

Have not used it for a while, but it is nice knowing I have it when I need it
Jack S - 11/02/2022


Works as designed, I'm amazed at how much my guesstimate of my travel trailer tongue weight was off. I'm also amazed at how much the tongue weight can change if you put this here and move this over there. Overall, I am happy with it but if the scale tips over the oil will leak out of the gauge which should be resolved/eliminated.


The weight gauge helped me determine a safe tongue weight range for all my trailers. It was exactly what I was looking for.

The tongue scale has worked as expected. Has made a big difference in hauling cargo safely.
Cliff - 12/08/2022


The etrailer tongue weight scale had a better price point, better gauge, more applications, and was visually more appealing than the Sherline brand. Which we have two of. The issue we have had with the Sherline design is if you accidentally drop it, it slides off your blocks (best used w/a floor jacks that can be a pain to lug around) or pick it up by the piston (which there is a very small warning disclaimer on the side NOT to do). The piston will pop out and hydraulic fluid will easily spill out! I have seen this occur countless times. The etrailer design does not allow for that experience to occur. I work for Venture Trailers, we manufacturer of boat trailers. In order to deliver trailers to our dealers we need to stack many trailers on top of a larger one. It is tricky because the axles are so far back to handle boat weight. There are DOT length restrictions we also have to be mindful of. Due to the length of most boat trailer tongues. Tongue weight percentage needs to be within the lower required 5% to 7% of tongue weight. Too high of a percentage for a boat trailer creates a higher leverage point against the tongue. Anyways the etrailer tongue weight scale is perfectly suitable for a boat trailer as well. So you are aware, At first glimpse, it does appear to look like or similar to a tongue jack. However, the scale can not be manually raised any higher. So keep in mind that you will still need enough blocks placed under the scale to allow the trailer's mainframes to be parallel to the ground in order to get an accurate reading.


Had no idea what my tongue weight was, and yes it was over my 2021 Ram capacity. Moved heavy stuff to rear storage. Light stuff to forward and wIthin a few minutes was under max tongue weight. Super easy to use, now I have peace of mind. Went from 1175 down to 1025.


I have multiple trailers and I use my tongue weight scale all the time to keep my tongue weight between 10 - 15%. The etrailer scale works great. It’s accurate and doesn’t require batteries which I really like. It’s a great tool.


Reads 11% low over the entire range, compared to 2 precision scales I use for corner balancing racecars.

Nice looking piece, but not accurate.

I will have our customer service team reach out to you. This gauge has a 3 percent margin of error and it should not be as high as eleven percent.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 06/11/2022


Product arrived on time and well packaged.
used the scale to weigh the tongue weight on both my single axle hydraulic dump trailer and tandem axle travel trailer and was amazed at how poorly I have been loading both units. It is amazing how moving the load slightly forward or behind the axle can affect tongue weight. Getting the weight properly distributed has made a huge difference in towing comfort. (I discovered that I have been over loading the tongue of both units I regularly tow.)
I highly recommend this tongue weight scale!


Great little device. And practical. We are a specialty contractor that work all over the Western States. Everything we do is working off of a series of trailers with various configurations of gear and weights. With multiple trailers headed to a site the logistics of what will go on which trailer going out on the dam in what order is a critical project planning item. Using the tongue scale to get the most favorable weight distributions without "educated guessing" has been a very handy and regularly used tool. I recommend it without hesitation.


To know if I had to much or to little tongue weight was a matter of safety for me.
This scale was very easy to use.


looks and feels like high quality materials were used. simple to use right out of the box. easy to configure in multiple applications. peace of mind when loading trailer with proper tongue weight.


I use to think that etrailer was a business of integrity. I will never buy anything again from them. This product was listed at on price and ten days later marked down by $[XX]. After call customer service they refused to match the price and return the difference. I had to purchase another one at the lower price and return my first purchase and oay for the return shipping. I will proudly share this with anyone and everyone on all camping & rv site as well with friends and family.


I got this Tongue weight Jack to verify our new travel trailer hitch load. It is easy to use and works fine. Use it to keep your tongue weight to the proper ratio of the trailers weight(10-15%) so you don't overload the tow vehicle. And don't forget the load leveling anti sway hitch either. I live in the windy west and it's a must for safely towing your travel trailer.


Loved everything about my experience with etrailer from ordering, to the tracking of the packages (loved to see the employee pictures it kinda added a personal touch) to the delivery date being exactly as originally promised. Thank you for a wonderful experience and I am sure we will soon be ordering from again.


Just received item, fast and efficient shipping, arrived in good condition. Haven't had the chance to try it out yet as I purchased the Tongue Weight Scale when it was on a one day special sale, and we are visiting daughter and son-in-law in a different state. This will be used on a Little Guy 5x10 Silver Shadow camper trailer to ensure proper tongue weight and weight distribution in the camper.


Excellent tool. Easy to use. We spent a day loading various pieces of equipment on 3 different trailers, each time marking the position of each machine when the tongue weight was proper. Now there is no guess work when loading onto a trailer and the entire combination is balanced and pulls true.


I'm a let's-camp-now kinda guy. I love how I can quickly weigh the trailer right before I hitch up. I find it much easier to align the scale using the ball receiver vs. the tongue jack. It saves a minute or so, but every minute counts while camping (especially when checking out of a campsite). It's easy to read and accurate (I compared it using my 650 LBS shipping scale). The SHERLINE is harder to read because you have to crouch and tilt your head at a funny angle to look at the gauge.
Ultimately, I bought this because my SHERLINE scale was inaccurate which almost killed me during a trip. Luckily my brake controller was faulty and had an inappropriately "high gain" which saved me during a sway event with my Airstream. Anyways the SHERLINE gave me higher and different readings at slightly different angles. I didn't have that issue with eTrailers'.


Best scale around! Easy to use and priced right! Every trailer owner needs one of these. Multiple ways to use. Love this product!


I got this for peace of mind in knowing what my tongue weight really is. The trailer manufacturers seem to be "optimistic" in the numbers they provide, and I've had friends be several hundred pounds over what they thought.
It's also a nice conversation starter at a rally ;)


This helped quell our doubts about how we were loading our travel trailer. Took it to the trailer as soon as we received it and got the tongue weight. The scale is easy to use and “goof proof”.


Items packed well and delivered in good condition


I'm very happy with the tongue weight scale, it makes loading my toyhauler a lot easier and safer. I would have given it 5 stars except for the first one I received was damaged apon arrival but I didn't use it to find the damage until several months later so I had to pay for shipping to return it.

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  • Accuracy of Measuring Trailer Tongue Weight Using Bathroom Scale Method
    The most accurate method to determine your tongue weight is to use a commercial scale at either a truck stop or quarry for example. The linked article details how to do this. You may have to pay a small fee for this service but it will provide a more accurate tongue weight measurement than the bathroom scale method. (Sag in the 2 x 4 used with the bathroom scale method will not have much effect on the tongue weight reading, nor will there be much difference between measurements taken at...
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  • Does the Trailer Need to be Level and Parked on Level Ground to Use e99044 Tongue Weight Scale
    You will want the trailer to be on level ground and level (parallel) with the level ground to use the etrailer Tongue Weight Scale for Campers and Utility Trailers # e99044. You may have to go to an empty parking lot or a different street to get more level ground. Otherwise the reading will not be accurate.
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  • Sway in 1996 Chevy Suburban 1500 Towing 7000-lb Trailer with Weight Distribution/Sway Control Hitch
    Vehicle rear axle suspension products like air bags and rubber jounce springs are intended primarily to help support the vehicle suspension when it is carrying a heavy and/or uneven cargo load within the vehicle. They are not designed so much for use with towing applications. Also, rear suspension kits of any type can exhibit a tendency to interact with the weight distribution system. My recommendation is to first re-evaluate your current weight distribution/sway control set up. These...
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  • Can You Determine Tongue Weight of a Trailer if the Trailer is on an Incline
    Since your trailer is sitting perfectly level, even though it is on an incline, the tongue weight of the setup will be accurate if you were to weight it as-is. If the nose of the trailer was high or low the figures would get skewed. You will need to somehow get the scale to sit perfectly level as well for an accurate reading which could prove challenging. You should note that any weight from cargo behind the rear axle of your tow vehicle will need to be considered as tongue weight. Since...
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  • Tongue Weight Scale Recommendation for a Trailer with 400-500 lbs of Tongue Weight
    What you need is Trailer Tongue Weight Scale - 2,000-lb Capacity # e99044. This scale will do well to measure between 400 and 500 lbs of tongue weight. A scale with a lower range wouldn't be any more accurate.
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  • How to Determine Tongue Weight on 3400 lbs Pontoon Boat and Trailer
    Tongue weight is typically 10 to 15 percent of the gross trailer weight. To find the tongue weight, there are a couple of methods you can use. The first requires the use of a bathroom scale. First, make sure the boat trailer is on a level surface. Take a cinder block or something similar and place the scale on top. Next, place the trailer coupler on the scale (the trailer should be parallel with the ground). The scale reading will be the tongue weight. You may also be interested in a tongue...
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  • How to Determine the Tongue Weight of a Trailer to Choose Weight Distribution
    To choose a weight distribution system you will need to go by the total tongue weight of the set up. This is calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, when loaded and ready to tow, and adding to that the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. I have included a link to a help article that shows how to determine tongue weight. A tongue weight scale, # e99044, is a pretty easy way to determine a trailer's tongue weight. Trailer tongue weight is typically...
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  • Using Tongue Weight Scale to Determine Tongue Weight of Trailer
    Most jacks will be a few feet behind the tip of the tongue. You can use the etrailer Trailer Tongue Weight Scale part # e99044 in the coupler to get the most accurate tongue weight rating, but this may not be the safest way. If the jack is close to the coupler, it will still yield a very accurate reading, and this is what we recommend. The further away the jack is from the coupler the heavier it would read compared to the weight that would be on the trailer ball, but not enough to make...
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  • Availability Of Trailer Tongue Weight Scale
    The etrailer Trailer Tongue Weight Scale, part # e99044 is the only tongue weight scale we offer. This scale has an easy-to-read gauge that shows the weight in both pounds and kilograms and has a capacity of 2,000 lbs. I have attached a product review video you can check out.
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  • Can 750-lb TW Hitch on Dodge B1500 Conversion Handle TW of R-Wagon Toy Hauler
    I was able to find some information about an R-Vision R-Wagon model RW-291 toy hauler trailer, but not for the model RW-251 that you referenced. A 2008 model year RW-291 toy hauler has a dry hitch weight (tongue weight) of 597-lbs and a total dry weight of 5227-lbs. TW can be measured in several ways as noted in the linked article, and one method is the etrailer scale # e99044. Since I do not know the model year of your trailer nor of your Dodge B1500 conversion van you should consult...
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  • Travel Trailer Tongue Weight Compatibility When Used with Weight Distribution
    I do not know your tow vehicle information to give you specifics about your particular application but I can provide a generalized answer that will help you confirm compatibility of your tow vehicle and trailer. If it is your actual VEHICLE tongue weight rating that is 720-lbs (not the hitch's rating) then nothing will increase that. I suggest you check you owner's manual or with your local dealership to confirm. Unless the owner's manual says its tongue weight rating goes up with weight...
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  • Looking for a Scale to Weigh my Trailer
    The etrailer Trailer Tongue Weight Scale, # e99044, that we have available is great for measuring up to 2,000 pounds of tongue weight on a standard bumper pulled trailer. In your case, to determine the weight of your gooseneck trailer, I recommend going to a public location that has a scale like a local truck stop. They will have the capability of weighing your gooseneck trailer and usually charge a very minimal fee to do so.
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  • How to Find Tongue Weight on 5th Wheel Trailers
    The tongue weight scale # e99044, which you reference, is not designed to work with a 5th wheel trailer. There is not an easy way to verify the tongue weight of a fifth wheel trailer. The best way to find the tongue weight of your fifth wheel trailer is to use a commercial scale like those at truck stops or at material supply centers. First you should weigh your tow vehicle without the trailer connected. Next, connect your trailer to your tow vehicle and drive it on the scale. The difference...
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  • Correct Way of Distributing Weight of Cargo Carried in Trailer
    Ideally, the weight should be evenly distributed laterally with 60% of the weight in front of the axles, and 40% behind them. Too much weight in the rear can cause trailer sway, which if you haven't experienced it, can be very scary. I'm not aware of any specific legislation relating to this. If you're experiencing sway problems, try moving some more of the cargo forward of the trailer axles. This should go a long way toward improving any sway you might be experiencing.
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  • Getting Accurate Tongue Weight Reading Using the etrailer Trailer Tongue Weight Scale # e99044
    The tongue weight indicated on the scale will fluctuate according to the angle plus or minus over level of the trailer, which is normal. To get an accurate measurement, the trailer jack should be placed on the scale and the jack adjusted so that the trailer is level to the ground, THEN read the TW.
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  • How To Measure Tongue Weight Of Tent Trailer
    The tongue weight of a trailer depends on the size of the trailer and how it is loaded. Typically, the tongue weight is 10 to 15 percent of the weight of the trailer in its fully loaded ready-to-tow condition. You can use a tongue weight scale like the etrailer Trailer Tongue Weight Scale, part # e99044. This has a capacity of 2,000 lbs. I have attached a link to a video that shows how the scale is used. If you are considering a weight distribution system you would need to know the tongue...
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  • How to Measure Loaded Trailer Tongue Weight
    There is no way to use the Weigh Safe 2-Ball Mount with Scale along with a weight distribution (WD) system but you can use WD and measure your trailer tongue weight (TW) easily enough using the stand-alone etrailer Scale # e99044. The Sherline scale is compact and easy to use, and it reads up to 2000-lbs of loaded trailer TW.
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  • What Would Cause Weight Distribution System to be Maxed Out and Suspension to Still Sag
    Sounds like you may be attempting to tow over the weight capacity of your truck. You should note that using a WD system does not allow you to do this. If your WD system is maxed out that means it's either not rated high enough for the loaded tongue weight of the towing setup (this figure includes weight from cargo behind rear axle) or you are simply over the capacity of the truck and there's nothing that would level the setup safely. What is the loaded tongue weight of your setup and what...
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  • How Much Weight Can a 2016 Ford F-150 Super Cab with 2.7L EcoBoost Tow
    I took a look at the online owner's manual and on pages 268 - 269 it says that your 2016 Ford F-150 Super Cab with the 2.7L EcoBoost has a max trailer weight rating of 5,100 lbs. This means that you will be able to easily tow your trailer that has a weight of 1,300 lbs. Please note that a properly loaded trailer has a tongue weight that is 10 - 15% of the weight of the loaded trailer. If your trailer loaded weighs 1,300 lbs and has a 500 lb tongue weight then you will need to move some...
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  • Is the Sherline Trailer Tongue Weight Scale 5780 the Same as LM2000
    Yes, the etrailer Trailer Tongue Weight Scale part # e99044 is the same as the LM2000. We just have a different part number than the manufacturer but they are the same scale. Please note that this is the new updated version of the LM2000. The previous version had a red base and showed figures at every 400 lbs whereas the new version has a black base and shows figures at every 200 lbs.
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  • Determining Tongue Weight of 1991 Jayco 245BH Travel Trailer
    I wasn't able to find a specific tongue weight listed for your 1991 Jayco 245BH trailer but I did find that its GVWR is 5,940 pounds and the total dry weight is 4,130 pounds. Knowing this it's a safe guess that the dry tongue weight is between 400 to 625 pounds. A trailer's tongue weight is generally 10 to 15 percent of the trailer's weight. If you have the trailer you could always weigh it. This is especially a good idea because you really need to know the tongue weight for your loaded...
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  • Are The Light Truck Tires On My Cadillac Escalade Rated For Towing A Trailer
    If your light truck tires are rated for 2600 lbs each then towing the 7,000 lb trailer is fine as long as the trailer's weight is less than the Cadillac's towing capacity. The trailer has its own tires so the weight of the trailer is not all on the vehicle tires. When you are considering vehicle tire capacity you want to consider the gross vehicle weight rating of the Cadillac. The GVWR is the weight of cargo, passengers and anything added to vehicle excluding the trailer. The tongue weight...
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  • Length of Trailer Based on VIN Decoding
    The 6th and 7th digit of your 17 digit VIN will typically give you the length of your trailer in feet including the original trailer coupler. This is rounded to the nearest foot.
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  • What Information is Encoded in a Trailer VIN
    The information encoded in a 17-character trailer VIN is shown in the linked example image. The first three characters denote the manufacturer. There are online VIN decoders available but these can be hit or miss based on how old the trailer is and if the manufacturer is still around. Trailer length in feet is usually indicated by the 6th and 7th digits, so in this example image the trailer length is 16-feet. The last 6 digits indicate the trailer serial number.
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