/ New Gooseneck #21
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- Aug 28, 2012
- The Corrupt Rust Belt
- Case-IH MX-270, MF7495, Challenger MT535B, Kubota M126XTDC, Kubota F3680 & ZD331
I have to deliver hay frequently between pillars at the end of farm driveways and my 35’ GN is about as big as you want to try on them. Just delivered a load to a guy raising beef and I was off the driveway with trailer tires on the grass.10-4 I don't blame you on wanting to haul as much as possible with fuel prices what they are and as long as you have the room to get it into places no problem, what I have found is a lot of driveways have a nice 16' gate no problem except there is little to no setback off of the road and it's literally impossible to get a long gooseneck in , sometimes I just use my 20' bumper pull in those cases as it follows the truck better in a tight driveway, but it in no way handles the load or rides as good as the gooseneck does.