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5th wheel adapter

I have 37' Norad with slides I believe when its race ready (rack on back of trailer with generator, grills and such) it is over 11k lbs. I normally pull it with a gooseneck adapter. Never had a problem with it. I also tried a B&W Companion hitch to see if pulled easier or cushioned the ride any better. This will fit into your gooseneck ball reciever and acts like a normal Kingpin/receiver set up. This works very well but for $500 I am not sure it is worth the cost for the benfit you recieve.
 

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HorseHauler,
I am a relative newbie fifth-wheel owner, and wonder what the advantages are of the gooseneck connection, versus the normal fifth-wheel arrangement ?

We pull our 37 ' fifth wheel RV with a stock Hijacker 16K fifth-wheel hitch. Our rig has a Lippert frame, which did crack a cross-member, and the repair crew did look at our hitch while they were on-site welding up the mess. Must have been checking for a non-standard hitch so they could void the warranty !
 

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Also have the B&W Turnover Ball goose neck in the bed and use a Companion hitch. It goes in and comes out of the bed a treat, comes out in two parts so I can do it myself and tows wonderfully.
 
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