So I know it isn't a SR but bought this boat in August with a brand new Venture trailer. The first time we tried to launch this year we had trouble so pulled it back on the trailer as best we could and came home. Couldn't get it as far forward as it should have been but knew it was going right back in and I tied it down with every strap I had. The boat was about 4" back from where it should have been. When I got home I unhooked it and had the trailer sitting level. Noticed the bow bounce upwards every time my step-son was near the back of the boat. I grabbed the coupler and could actually pick the front of the trailer up by hand. We ended up jacking the boat up and cranking it forward the 4" before I towed it again. But after looking at pictures it does seem like there is alot of weight towards the back of my trailer. I don't have any scales near me to weigh it but have seen pics online of the same model boat on a Venture tandem axle trailer and it is about 12" further forward than mine. Not sure if it is the same model trailer but it was a 2016 same as mine. Anyway, my bow stop can't go forward unless I move it about 10" in front of the V on my trailer. That would be fine as there is alot of trailer sticking out of the front of the boat. I would have to move my bunks forward about the same distance as my boat has a slight wedge down at the back so I don't think the bunks should stick out past my transom? The trailer tows fine both with my old 1500 and my new 2500. I am going to try to figure out a way to get an accurate tongue weight but the only way I can make an adjustment is with the boat off the trailer so was figuring I'd at least get it better for now then hopefully get an accurate weight when I pull the boat out this fall. Thoughts on these pics?