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RE: Standard hitch vs. gooseneck hitch

https://andersenhitches.com/collections/ranch-hitch-adapter/products/ranch-hitch-adapter Big difference in what the memo says and what other members want it to say. The Andersen type 5th wheel hitch isn't a GN/5th wheel adapter....but Andersens Ranch adapter is. That's my take on it also (from my uneducated fifth wheel hitch mind). The memo does not involve the Anderson Ultimate hitch at all. It would be important to me to have a hitch that removes easily, as I use my truck daily for tools and equipment. I have to reload all of my equipment after every weekend of camping, having to hoist a big hitch most every Friday and Sunday afternoon during the summer is a no go for me.... I've been considering the Reese Goose box or the Anderson hitch, both seem to fit my needs, with the Reese leading at the moment.
tll 04/11/21 07:49am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Standard hitch vs. gooseneck hitch

I've been following threads like this as we plan on upgrading to a fifth wheel, and really want to make the best choice for a hitch. The above Keystone letter refers to the "Anderson Goose Neck Adapter". No such thing on their website. They offer the "Ranch Hitch Adapter", which appears to be a goose neck adapter, and the "Anderson Ultimate Hitch" Which is a hitch and not an adapter. So what is the above letter referring to? I just don't yet know enough about fifth wheel hitches.
tll 04/10/21 06:43pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Travel Trailer Floor Plans

One of my irritants is most trailers have the dinette and sofa on the same side. If you want to have a conversation it's like being on a bus stop. Always talking over the heads of others. Our trailer has the dinette opposite the sofa. Makes for a great conversation area. When it comes time to replace our current trailer, it's going to be a tough floorplan to find.
tll 03/26/21 04:07pm Travel Trailers
RE: Adding Hitch for Bike carrier on rear??

I had a 2" receiver welded to the frame of my camper. I then purchased two Swagman RV two bike racks, and then attached the rack part to a section of thick walled 2" square tubing. This made two-2 bike racks into one-4 bike rack. Works great so far, 20,000 miles of towing. See pic below. Bike Rack
tll 03/03/21 05:44pm Travel Trailers
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