I’d like to get some of y’alls opinios on the different front end noses to some of the enclosed trailers. Is their a big difference when towing the trailers with the flat front that’s rounded on the top vs semi flat V nose vs narrower V nose with even the slant on the top of the V nose some have? It seems like the flat front with the curved top to the roof seems to be the most common I can find online to purchase that already has the cabinets rubber floor and AC etc. (race hauler). I would like to think the V nose would help with slicing through the wind while towing. Hopefully some of y’all have experienced towing these different type of enclosed car haulers with your rigs. Please let me know how hard or easy whichever one is on your tow pig. (shifting, fuel mileage, etc.)

Thanks,

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