It will depend on your trailers final specifications and your towing vehicle. Firstly let’s clear up some technical lingo.
Aggregate Trailer Mass (ATM) – Total weight of trailer rating, including luggage, gear and water. So if you put your loaded trailer (not hitched) on a weigh bridge.
Gross Trailer Mass (GTM) – Allowable weight of a loaded trailer while hitched to your vehicle as specified by the manufacturer. So if you put only the two trailer wheels on a weigh bridge while hitched.
Tow Ball Weight – This is a specification used by the vehicle and tow ball manufacturers as a limit. We provide final tow ball weight for our trailers.
Our trailers have a total weight rating of 750kg ATM and typically come in at around 550-600kg. This means you should have a payload of around 100-150kg after you fill you 40L water tank. Important: This is a guide, you should refer to your vehicles specifications for unbraked capacity, trailers ATM, GTM final number and double check it at a weight bridge.
A good tip is to weigh the individual items before loading; you will quickly get an idea of what things weigh. Our tow ball weight typically is around 50kg but we provide final numbers for your specific trailer.