That is the dry pin weight, not the loaded weight. Might be looking at 10% or so more when fully loaded and ready to go. In my opinion, the HT series is better suited as a "superlite" FW, and that's what I bought, not because of the pin weight, but because of the overall weight for towing. When I bought mine, we owned a Dodge 2500 diesel with a 3.42 rear end and six-speed manual. Felt I needed to go lower weight to accommodate the higher gears. Turns out, I was right, but only when adding the boat on back of the FW for towing. So, we went with a GMC 2500HD D/A combo and now have great towing capacity. If I had owned the GMC when buying our new FW last year, we would have probably gone with the Eagle superlite and not the HT package. I would bet you will be fine, but the weight police will be along here pretty soon to let you know.
2012 GMC 2500HD D/A Crewcab
2012 Jayco Eagle SuperLite HT 26.5 RLS
2009 Crestliner Superhawk 1900
2013 Polaris Sportsman 550 EXP
2008 Polaris Sportsman 700 X2