I have had goosenecks hitches in my trucks for years. I just traded into a 5'er and had it converted to gooseneck. It pulls great and and I have had no issues with it. Does anyone else pull with a conversion? Any praise for it? Issues? Pros and cons welcome.
More than several very well stated post above..bottom line, and it only takes a phone call....Call the manufacturer of the 5er you just purchased and ask THEM what THEY say about towing the 5er they manufactured with a GN hitch...that simple, make a call, a GN may or may not void some of the warranty on your 5er, and if you have no warranty on your 5er, I'd STILL want to know if manufacturer of the 5er "recommends" that you can or can't use a GN hitch to tow their 5er with....So simple, a Caveman could do it:B.....Make the call for a little peace of mind if you're wondering what hitch to tow your 5er with that won't cause possible damage to your 5er.
Wow, an opinion based with FACTS. It's so unusual that I must praise it! Not banging on you NC. Just the fact that so many people will offer an opinion with no backing, and expect us to take it as gospel.
This sounds like the best advice given so far, followed by webslave's eloquent post.
Just my 2 cents, I have run up to 100% bio (and JP-8 and Jet-A) in my 98 Ram 2500, as well as 7.3PSDs, and the 6.0PSD. Never had an issue out of any of them. I would be leery of doing it in my 6.4, since it has already succumbed once to water in fuel issues that Ford didn't cover. When I get my 2013, I'm going to use the B20 per the specification, and run with it.
It's good stuff if you get a good batch, whether you buy it or make it. It's not as efficient as petro-diesel, but you are doing one hell of a recycling deal if you're making it from WVO. If I had the time and space, I would be making my own.