2007 24ft Gooseneck. 14k axles! Its gonna work good for what I want to do, but I'm having problems and I dont know if its my truck, the trailer or me not ever pulling a goose before.
Pulled it home yesterday in bumper to bumper traffic. between 20-30mph I'd get a harsh bounce out of the rear end. so I get home and look things over and the only thing I could figure was the overloads were close to hitting and causing a funny rebound. So this morning I loaded the jeep up and took it for a ride, 90% of the bounce is gone and its about .5" off the overloads, so I figure its ok. Get home and unload the Jeep and start looking at the trailer from back to front and notices its got a nice lean towards the passenger side. Crawl under it, find no issues with the springs or axles, and I measure things. Get to the front and find the passenger side is 2" lower at the front corner of the deck. Do they make trailers with a twist to them or is the trailer bent? Sitting in the truck looking out the back window you can see the gooseneck part leaning towards the passenger side. I'm gonna call the dealer I bought it from and get his input monday.
Whats your thoughts?