The 2001 Trail Lite B23S we just sold had a tag in the cabinet that told the weight too, so it was the first place I looked. The tag has no information about the trailer itself. It only has the serial numbers of the appliances. Isn't that odd?
Anyway, the Trail Lite only weighed 3540 pounds. We could have pulled it with the Jeep Grand Cherokee we had but didn't feel comfortable with that so we bought a brand new Dodge Ram 1500. When we bought the 96 Coachmen 5th wheel, the dealer told us it weighed mid 6000. We picked it up in Alcoa (near Knoxville) and pulled it home (7 hours) down some pretty steep grades. The truck had no problem pulling or stopping it. We didn't have any trouble and in all 7 hours of pulling, our transmission cooler only came on once for just a minute. Our transmission cooler also came on in Gatlinburg while heading to Cherokee, NC up some steep grades and we were not towing so I don't think it's a big deal.
My point is, it feels alright towing and we can stop it as well as we could the lighter trailer. We don't intend to tow it more than just a few hours away because with the gas prices it is just cheaper to get a hotel room if we're going so far. However, hubby said a few days ago he was thinking it might be nice to tow it to the coast (MS or FL) once next year. This is when I got to worrying over the weight. Like I said, it feels fine when towing but if he wants to tow it that far (even just once) I'd rather be certain it's ok.
I'll start looking around to see where the nearest weigh station is. Maybe there is one outside of Jackson on the interstate and we can have it done when we tow to Natchez Trace SP this weekend. It will be loaded then as it will be any time we tow so that would give us the best idea.