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Old 03-07-2000, 09:33 PM
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I'am going tomorrow to pick up my new 24' gooseneck. It is not any higher then my 20' bumper mount because it is a lowboy, the fenders are just like a bumper mount but I had H.D. 11g. steel fenders instead of the light ones. I'am going to keep the 20' of. If you get one a little bigger you can put all of the clippings,tool, what ever up front and acually have more room(width). I'm going to get two small tool boxes through to put in my main truck and leave a channel down the middle for the hitch. My hitch is all under the bed and cost $185.00 the ball screws in and out if it needs to. Some use the flip-up and they run $325-$375 all installed or a plate w/ a ball welded to it works and cost around $65.00. The plate will go in the other truck. Plus w/ a gooseneck I will have 2-7,000lbs axles instead of 2-3500lbs it will do better hauling sod,sand,topsoil,etc.<p>----------<br>T.J. Greenfield<br>
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