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  1. #1
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    Default Heacock trailers; the good, the bad, the ugly?

    I'm looking at a Heacock trailer. Anyone know anything about them? What to look out for in a used trailer? Do they hold up? Any problems? Thanks for any input.



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    I had a two-horse gooseneck for a few years. I bought it used and it held up very well. My only complaint was that the leaf suspension was VERY heavy duty, and if I only took one horse, it made for a bumpy, noisy ride for him. With two horses, the extra weight seemed to help stop the bouncing.
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