I have a 16' tandem dovetail trailer that at some point will be loading my LS240 on it for a short back road trip to the dealership to add a rear remote kit. I did a dry run the other day just to see how it fit, just drove on, not secured down. This tractor is longer than my last one, and ideally you'd think to center the rear wheels in the middle of the tandem wheels, but it does not fit well there, and it also seems to put a lot of weight on the tongue. The truck is rated for 960 pounds on the tongue. The tractor with loaded tires, loader, bucket, wet is approx 4500 pounds, I have no clue what the trailer itself weighs, but it's big and heavy. If I moved the tractor back a bit, so the rear wheels (tractor and trailer) were more aligned and less weight on the tongue, does anything jump out at you? I don't want to wind up in the "Share Pics of People Hauling or Towing Something Wrong" thread.