For those of you that have a superduty and a fifth wheel trailer..... how much of a lift can you put a superduty and still get it under a weekend warrior fifth wheel trailer (if I flip the axles on the trailer)?
It all matters the trailer hight. Ask the trailer manufacture how much there gooseneck will adjust. We have had customers go as big as 8" with a gooseneck trailer. But personally I wouldnt go any bigger the 4.5"
I think my room mate is on a 4" kit. I know he's clearing 35" tires with it and he pulls a 5th wheel no problem. Normally it's just loaded with bikes and quads though so it's not a TON of extra weight in the trailers cargo area.
when you switch the trailer to spring over, you need to weld new perches on the axle to keep the axle cambered the right way. trailer axles do have a bend in the middle of them most of the time. we do those frequently, if you didnt want to tackle the job.