I do see the 50 pound difference, in the sample on the sheet it's 40.
My belief was since it was on the front that it wasn't really part of the pin weight. Thinking about it though it does make sense that it should be the total weight placed onto the vehicle as a result of the tongue/pin weight. I'll change that calculation. I'll change it to total the GCVW automatically. It was a formula at one time. I must have removed them by accident.
I think you guys figured this out but I'll explain it:
GCWR is the maximum weight for your vehicle. When you pull onto the scale, whatever weight is shown can not exceed GCWR.
Gross COMBINED weight rating. It's a rating (maximum, limit, etc).
GVW is Gross vehicle weight is the actual gross vehicle weight. If you're towing a trailer, the GVW would be the weight of the truck PLUS the tongue/pin weight. If you aren't towing a trailer, it's just the total weight of the truck.
GCWV is truck, people, trailer and all. If the GCWV is GREATER than the GVWR then you are overweight. It's a fancy way of saying total weight. That's why in the sample data it's 15k GCVW (truck+trailer) and only 9k for GVW (truck + pin). On a CAT scale slip you'll see it as GROSS WEIGHT.
Thank you for the feedback.
2002 Timberland Timberlodge 255RLS
2000 F350 Supercab SRW 4x4 w/ B&W Companion hitch