There seems to be some conflicting info here, Jayco`s reply to Zector in his post says " your 184bh has 2, 3000 lb axles". Where waldos post suggests 1 3500 lb axle. If the GVWR of the trailer is 3500 lbs then I would say there is only one axle. Two 3000 lb axles would give you at least 6000 lbs which would be nice but not likely.....Something is not adding up here. I will say these light trailers have a small CCC to keep their weights down. And many trailers, even mine, the axle and tire rating is less then the GVWR because they assume a certain amount of tongue weight. The GVWR for my trailer is 7500 lbs but the axles are only rated a total of 7000 lbs and the tires about 7200 lbs. Personally I believe the tires and axles should carry the FULL GVWR of the trailer for a margin of error. But the reality is on many trailers they do not.
2004 Chevy 2500HD Crew Cab 6.0l, 4.10r
2010 Jayco Jayflight 28BHS
Reese Strait Line with Dual Cam
P3 Brk controller