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What is a Gooseneck Trailer?

A gooseneck trailer is a type of trailer that connects to a receiver/hitch located in the bed of a pick-up truck. Commonly used to haul heavy-duty equipment and items that require a larger weight distribution.

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What is a Single Axle Trailer?

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