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A gooseneck trailer is defined by the existence of a pivoting
coupling arm attached to a ball that is mounted in the bed
of a vehicle, typically a pickup truck. The hitch is almost
always mounted over the rear axle in the truck bed. A gooseneck
trailer will often be utilized for heavy loads and equipment
towing rather than a standard bumper pull trailer because
of its increased stability and tighter turning radius. When
considering the type of trailer you want to purchase, consider
things such as your budget, purpose, weight to be pulled,
physical size of expected loads, turning radius, stability
requirements (especially with possibly shifting loads), etc.
and then let us help match the right trailer to your needs.