"Thanks so much for the advice. It's probably the 15' 6" model since it looks pretty small. (it's 2 hrs. away from me and I'm planning on going up next week to pick it up. I do have a receiver hitch on the Honda…"
"Russ Is correct on his reply,, When in doubt, talk with your Honda dealership, They will have a little more detailed info on your particular model etc. Russ also made an excellent point,, even tho its a shorter trailer,, Stabalizers and equalizer…"
"According to the NADA guides there is no 16 footer. If it is 7 foot wide by 15 foot 6 inches long it weighs 1700 pounds. If it is 8 feet wide by 17 feet long then it weigh 2200 pounds without the toilet and 2500 pounds with the toilet.
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