Originally Posted by Darrin
They are adjustable but if you lift the nose to high in the air it can end up being a bear to tow.
Not to mention dangerous and hard on the horses. I'm running into the same problem right now, to a lesser degree. I have an F-350 at stock height, but it's still too tall. My gooseneck is not adjustable. I'm going to put new leaf springs on my trailer and get tires that are a little bit bigger. That should be enough for me. I don't know about for you. 6" is a lot. I'm concerned about the horses having to step really high to get out of the trailer. I guess a ramp would help solve that but I've never been a huge fan of them.
So, maybe modding your new trailer will be the ticket?