I must be misunderstanding trailer pull ratings. I have never heard of a trailer itself having a "Hitch Weight", much less one that is "written in stone" as being 920 pounds (as shown on Riverside RV's website for the 285FK Retro trailer model). Since I need a specification for the actual loaded hitch weight in order to purchase the correct Fastway e2 WD/anti-sway hitch, I must know where this "920lbs" spec came from (as it is, of course, the norm to load up a trailer with a 10 to 15% weight bias toward the trailer's front, and not just specify it as being "920 pounds.") Or am I missing something here?
(My tow vehicle is a 2018 Ford Expedition XLT with tow package, and the manufacturer says we can safely tow a trailer that weighs up to 9,200 lbs fully loaded and the tongue weight doesn’t exceed 920 lbs using a WDH).