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Re: Trailer question
LED's work great for lights in the trailer.
we have a 32 ft bumper pull. It works fine.
The back door of the trailer pulls down into a ramp.
we also put a pull down ramp door on the side near the nose of the trailer and on the other side just the regular small side door that most band trailers have near the nose.
This has helped tremendously with loading/unloading.
also make sure they install lights! Even if you need an inverter or generator to power them, it's worth it.
We are looking to purchase a new trailer but admin has told us that we need to purchase a gooseneck enclosed if we get one longer than 18 feet because it will be easier to pull and less likely of getting out of control while pulling it.We currently have a bumper pull 18 foot and have found several 24-foot bumper pulls with a reasonable price. What do you have and do we really need to get a gooseneck? Is adding six more feet to the end of what we already have really going to make that much of a difference with a bumper pull trailer?