Originally Posted by RatherBNtheWoods
The steer axle is the same with the trailer and without?
Must be a perfectly adjusted Weight Distribution Hitch or something is up mathematically.
But to your basic concern, swaying trailers are usually(often) tail heavy / tongue light.
Max your rear tires cold inflation too.
Try moving items towards the front of the trailer. Where is\are LPG tanks. Front-carry them full when you can, rear-as empty as possible.
Where is water tank? Front- full when you can, rear-as empty as possible. etc...Same with holding tanks, tools, toys, junk, crap, fishing stuff, hunting stuff..etc..
Unless the scale is wrong, the front steer is the same + or - 20lbs because someone told me the scales are accurate up too a 20lb difference. So after hours of reading on how too set up a WD hitch I'm right where I should be on adjusting the hitch. Trailer was loaded with all the drinks,water,coolers all in the front, plus I moved my spare tire from the rear bumper to under the front storage compartment. Tires where 65lbs cold, learned that along time ago about poor tire pressure's, LP tanks (2) 30lbr's mounted on the front "A" frame, fresh water is up front but this trip left it empty too see how see handled, and I use a friction bar for sway control, which is I think the sway problems, it's just not enough for a almost 30ft camper. And the trailer is riding nose down slightly.