Hey guys. Got a quick question The trailer we have to transport the 304CR we should be getting soon is a 21' gooseneck with a 5' beavertail and a 16' flat deck. I've loaded a Deere 27c ZTS on this trailer, but it was a little interesting. The load angle on this gooseneck is equivelent to a beavertail tag, basically the same trailer but with a gooseneck mainframe. Anyway, when loading, do you want to go up the beavertail with the bucket and stick pointing to the deck to keep weight way out front and to keep the tracks from lifting off the beavertail as it reaches the "turning point" or do you want to back onto the trailer with the bucket and stick down to the ground intself? The way I did it before was to load the machine backing on, that way it didn't feel like you were going to fall off the trailer backwards, this worked pretty well I think but I'd like a few opinions. Thanks for the help guys! Demoing a 304CR this week, will keep posted.