Gooseneck

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Referring to the convoluted twisting of a short tubular structure, likened to a goose’s neck
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When routinely towing heavier or longer loads, gooseneck or fifth wheel systems are ideal.
A gooseneck coupler attaches to a tow ball that usually is mounted in the bed of a pickup truck.
Adesso's desk lamp lineup includes such contemporary models as the multipositional Accordion, the sleek gooseneck Prism with anodized metal shade, the Spectrum with an arm that flips over 180 degrees for a longer reach, and several rolltop desk organizer lamps and convertible models.
The goosenecks range from about 12" to 4 ft long, with bores up to about 40" deep," says Mr Sobol.
The entire Ladybug line will feature a unique gooseneck design with the camera and lamps mounted on independent gooseneck arms.
For example a 14,000-pound GTWR flatbed trailer with a gooseneck hitch might have a pair of 6,400-pound GAWR axles under it.
This report displays the estimated unit production and sales for each manufacturer within the bumper-pull, gooseneck and living quarter horse trailer markets.