Just got these numbers from a 5th wheel owner
Trailer R Front 3,230
Trailer R Rear 3,185
Trailer L Front 2,840
Trailer L Rear 2,780
If the owner did what many do if they bother to weigh their trailer he would simply assume 50/50 axle to axle and 50/50 side to side. With that calculation he would believe his tire load was 3009 but he would be wrong by 7.4%. This may not sound like much but many RVs are operating with less margine than this.
This is a real life example of why "tire guys," myself included, tell you to get the load on each corner of your RV an not just a single weight and then dividing by 4 (or 6)