FIFTH WHEEL GOOSENECK. FIFTH WHEEL

FIFTH WHEEL GOOSENECK. DRAW TITE FIFTH WHEEL HITCH.

Fifth Wheel Gooseneck


fifth wheel gooseneck
    fifth wheel
  • an extra car wheel and tire for a four-wheel vehicle
  • someone or something that is unwanted and unneeded
  • An extra wheel for a four-wheeled vehicle
  • A superfluous person or thing
  • A coupling between a trailer and a vehicle used for towing
  • a steering bearing that enables the front axle of a horse-drawn wagon to rotate
    gooseneck
  • The gooseneck is the swivel connection on a sailboat by which the boom attaches to the mast. The boom moves from side to side and up and down by swiveling on the gooseneck.
  • A support or pipe curved like a goose's neck
  • A metal fitting at the end of a boom, connecting it to a pivot or ring near the base of the mast
  • A gooseneck is a 180° pipe fitting (or commonly two 90° fittings) at the top of a vertical pipe that prevents entry of water.
  • something in a thin curved form (like the neck of a goose)

OCTAN Ford F-350 Dually
OCTAN Ford F-350 Dually
After going outside of my comfort zone with the boat, I decided to build another pick-up. I haven't built one in a while (lies, just no pics), so it was fun falling back on this. Of course, this one is unique being the first dually I've built. My RAM doesn't count ;)
OCTAN Ford F-350 Dually
OCTAN Ford F-350 Dually
I put both a fifth wheel and a standard towing hitch on this truck, but opted for the more unusual gooseneck trailer, using the fifth wheel. Maybe I'll build something else that needs transporting by trailer, and fits this challenge...

fifth wheel gooseneck
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