Front Bed Airstream's load differently than Rear Bed Airstreams.
Is your Tow Vehicle at its limits? Do you have 4 wheel drive options? Do you have a shell on the pickup? Weight of fuel figured in the load, miles per gallon... limits your range without a service station. Did the kids slip in some heavy mining equipment to do some gold placering in Alaska, when your are going to Kansas?
Are your batteries... sort of... dead. Fresh? Adequate without Solar and no hook ups in Nowhere Zip a Doodle, Utah? What have I missed? Did you figure the weight of the one or two portable Solar Panels to take care of ALL your 12 volt
Dry Cell D Batteries? Lithium? AGM, Wet Cell... crappy cheap batteries?
Fresh Water weight moves when you begin to fill the Grey and Black tanks. Fresh water over the axle or axles? Grey and Black... which direction... forward or aft?
Pantry and Refrigerators... aaaaahhhhh. Pile it in and figure the AXLES will and can carry the weight? The theory is the weight transfers from the trailer and into the intestines of the passengers IN the Tow Vehicle. WEIGHT distribution, of sorts.
Restroom stops HELP distribute and reduce total carrying weight, as well. Frequent stops reduces stress for passengers and the Tow Vehicle and Trailer. This is good...
....but, how about your tires? C Rated. D Rated. E Rated. ST trailer tires. LT truck tires. Tread depths for Off the Grid traveling. Consider everything that can go... wrong. Then you will be OK. Maybe.
Having no dump station for your Grey and Black Tanks for ten days.. BUT topped off your Fresh Water at a Truck Stop... will affect your weight distribution and weight on your tires. Noah's Ark comes to mind... sooner than later.
How about your 'Hitch' and weight distribution? Is your Tow Vehicle now sagging with the load of bicycles, ice coolers and your two Honda Generators, fuel and unknown cartons of stuff from the kids? Lock and Loaded everything... lacking the kitchen sink, kind of vacation.
When you get advice on Hitches, Tow Vehicles and how much STUFF you can haul, including pets, pet porters, food for three weeks (Human and Man's Best Friends)... it all adds up to... an over loaded tow vehicle and trailer.
Take my situation as different from yours. One shovel may be your limit. I have a hers and his... one for defensive uses, the other for digging. Shovels need to have oak handles and steel. Plastic is for Movie Stars too weak to do any Boondocking.
We travel... heavy. We may be in the 'bush' for a day, a week or... just want to hang around and plant a Victory Garden. WE ARE PREPARED. We are Old and we learned the hard way... having relatives giving us bad advice. No... we do not need a tub.
I love my 16 inch Michelin Tires on the Airstream and Tow Vehicle. They give me a wide spectrum of hauling what we loaded from home... and possibly interesting rocks discovered during our Adventures.
Front Bed... Rear Bed. Stuff is stored under them. Weight from Member A is distributed differently than Member B's loading. Just consider that YOU travel differently than someone who is RV Park camping... and like myself an Off the Grid Boondocker.
I have shovels, loppers to cut back brush, plastic buckets, outdoor mats for muddy and wet and dusty conditions, leveling blocks, grease, six gallon water jug for two Blue Heelers, five gallon bucket of Dog Food... and whatever they find at the campsite
... and tools, and... wholly moley.
What ARE your LOADING Techniques? We all travel differently. Need different Tow Vehicles for good or bad reasons. An outdoor shower tent? What is it?
Do you have the... LIST of necessary items FIRST. Then go from there? If not... you need to have 'THE List' checked off first. Print out ours on the computer before every trip. Nancy is organized. I just begin tossing stuff into the pickup and cover it up. I am a sly old fox.
But she finds it... she is better at this game.