Shopping for a new trailer is one of the most exciting tasks you might tackle this year. Whether you want to tow work equipment or your offroading toys, a gooseneck trailer is likely to be your best bet. They allow you to carry all the gear you need while freeing up space in the truck
Consider our line of gooseneck trailers when looking to haul heavy equipment or materials. These powerful trailers have a few different design features compared to other trailers, giving them considerable advantages for carrying larger loads. Millroad Manufacturing offers a selection of gooseneck trailers with customizable features to make your work or DIY project easier for
When looking up cargo trailer options, you may have come across the bumper pull versus gooseneck trailer debate. Some people swear by the ease of use of a bumper pull, while others prefer the stability of a gooseneck. Another benefit often mentioned is the gooseneck’s ability to handle more weight, but is that really true?
Are you planning on doing some major towing? If you are, then a gooseneck trailer is likely your best bet. However, before you dive into the purchasing abyss, make sure that you know what you are getting into and that you are prepared. Many people underestimate their towing needs or their vehicle’s capacity, so before
At first glance, a fifth-wheel and a gooseneck hitch on a trailer may look very similar. They both mount inside the bed of the truck. However, each has a slightly different mount style. Additionally, they have some unique benefits. When you order a custom aluminum trailer from Millroad Manufacturing, we will help you find the
If you’re looking for a trailer to haul heavy equipment or materials, consider a gooseneck trailer. These powerful designs have a few key benefits when compared to standard hitch trailers. Find out all the advantages of using a gooseneck and learn how Millroad Manufacturing can customize a trailer for your work or DIY project around
If you have to tow something weighing more than 30,000 pounds, such as a recreational vehicle or a loaded horse trailer, you need either a gooseneck trailer or a fifth wheel, plus a compatible Class V hitch to pull it. Gooseneck and fifth-wheel trailers do not hitch onto the back of a vehicle like smaller
Cruise down the road with your gooseneck trailer and quality brake systems. One of the most important safety features on any trailer is its brakes. Most trailers come with either electric brakes or hydraulic brakes. Compare these two options and pick the best one for your new trailer from Millroad Manufacturing. How Electric Brakes Work