Rogers’ new gooseneck support jack requires little or no tractor modification and offers plenty of l

Rogers’ new gooseneck support jack requires little or no tractor modification and offers plenty of lift distance.

US-based trailer manufacturer Rogers Brothers Corporate has re-designed its gooseneck support jack to offer more lift clearance by adding more stroke to the cylinder.

The new support system is easier to use, as it now requires little or no tractor modification. The gooseneck support jack is installed under the gooseneck so as not to interfere with truck fenders and to eliminate the need for manual blocking to the truck frame.

The new gooseneck support jack will be standard on the new Rogers CobraNeck as well as most of the rest of Rogers’ detachable model line up.

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