As is fairly well known toy haulers tend to be heavier than similarly sized travel trailers, this also applies to tongue weight. Our 22 ft K2 bumper pull toy hauler weighed in at a little more than 6,000 lb on the axles (both are 5k so 10k capacity) and 1,100 lb of tongue weight. Recently we decided to extent the tongue 24 inches to accommodate our 3k Yamaha generator and a fairly good performing compressor, plus a box to hold our blocking for the corner stabilizers, air house and some wheel chocks. Our two batteries remained next to the trailer front but the propane bottles got moved forward about a foot. The result was the tongue weight is now at 1,550 and axle weight is 6,550 with all figures without water or our ATV, which works out to about 18% on the tongue. Because the axle placement favors the rear I figure loading our one quad or even our RZR would add most of the weight to the axles but until I can get a break in the weather I can only guess based on prior weighings. I knew that our old Eaz-lift hitch rated at 1,000 lb max tongue weight would be well beyond its capacity so I bought a new Reese trunnion style rated at 1,500 tongue weight. Sorry for the long lead in but my question for you experts is what effect that much tongue weight might have for towing. I should state my TV is a 2004 Dodge lwb dually diesel so I'm not worried about overloading the rear axle. But I have weighed it and found the actual tongue weight by first weighing the truck with just me and then adding the trailer and subtracting. Twice now I've towed it about 50 miles up to the scales and back and it seems to tow very straight and easy but still I'd be interested hearing what you think.