Gas nearly full
Original Config: 2WD
Front: 3000 lbs
Rear: 4680 lbs
Total: 7680 lbs
Current Config: 4WD
Front: 3560 lbs-----Left Front: 1820 lbs---Right Front: 1700 lbs
Rear: 4740 lbs-----Left Rear: 2380 lbs---Right Rear: 2320 lbs
Total: 8300 lbs
Conclusion: the 4x4 conversion gained me about 620 lbs.
I had some fun at the local CAT scales after the 4x4 conversion, when I hatched a plan to get individual wheel weights. I drove onto the scales, but put my left side on the sidewalk on the left side of the scales, with just the right wheels on the scales. Front wheel was on one pad, rear wheel on another pad.
I got yelled at. Immediately. "Hey, you dumb girl!" You're not on the scales properly!"
"Yes, I understand that. I want to get individual wheel weights."
"That will never work."
"I'm sure you are right, but if you will indulge me, I'm happy to pay for the weighing."
The manager gives a big sigh, and shakes his head. He can't believe how dumb I am.
"Sure, lady, as long as you pay for it..."
He was really unhappy with me.
So he pushed the button, and I got my weight. And then I ran off the scales, and back on again, this time with my right wheels on the sidewalk, and my left wheels on the pads. Another weight. More moaning from the control room. And then one more time through, with all wheels on the scales.
I paid for my weight tickets, they shook their heads, and were happy to be rid of me. And I had my weights. The individual weights totaled to 40lbs short of the combined weight on the front, and also 40lbs short of combined on the rear. Not surprising that things would be a bit off, since I didn't have the weight centered on the pad. But close enough for me.