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Old 03-07-2000, 05:23 AM
steveair steveair is offline
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Goosenecks are great when it comes to maneuvering. You can really get around in tight areas and such. The only disadvantages I can think of are the fact that.<br>1. You lose half of the back of your pickup. If you do maintenace, this could be a problem because where do you put your clippings, tools, etc.<br>2. Height, the goosenecks, in general, are higher than regular trailers. If you are using them for maintenance, may start to be a hassle climbing up and down from it after a while.<br>3. flexibility, if you have a few trucks, you have to set them all up with the bed hitch. You just can't hook up all of your trucks to it usually, and if you have mason dumps, you can't pull it either.<p>I like them for hauling equipment and such. They handle better than the regular set up, especially when loaded up. I basically like them most for their maneubility and they are nice to have in tight areas.
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