you might also take a look at one of those equipment trailers that semis have where the axles slide forward hydraulically,that drops the rear of the trailer on the ground,its loaded,then the axles are slid back into position for travel,you might be able to duplicate that setup on your trailer ,im not sure if you can get the gooseneck to raise enough to get the back end to the ground, unless you use a long cylinder like for a dump truck which is very heavy ,and pivoting with the axles being the hinge, it would have to go quite a way up to get the backend on the ground it might be too steep to load then
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