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RE: Why do some fifth wheels have angled front ends?

I thought I read somewhere a while ago the 45 deg angle on the frame had some advantage over the right angle? https://i.ibb.co/N3yKBWS/1.jpg https://i.ibb.co/kMwf13m/2.jpg The angled ones have a front drop frame providing more storage. This tends to be on more expensive units. The bottom of the Trailer will be closer to the road due to the drop frame front end but this does not cause any issues. The ones without have a straight frame front to back just like a travel trailer and this results in less front storage.
CaLBaR 08/08/21 09:51am Fifth-Wheels
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