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    Using a Reese Goosebox adapter

    Has anyone had experience with adapting the Lippert 1621 pin box with a Reese Goose box adapter. I have a folding goose neck ball in my 2012 Ram 3500 DRW 8 ft bed and am ready to order a 337rls. I have read on the Reese website that it should not void my manufacturer warranty on the frame or the 5th wheel. Is there any problem with using this setup?

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    Re: Using a Reese Goosebox adapter

    If you are using the B&W turnover ball, I would stick with the B&W Companion 5th wheel hitch.

    I think Janice from GD mentioned in a previous post that the Goosebox would void the frame warranty.
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    Re: Using a Reese Goosebox adapter

    Here's a link to a previous post on here about gooseneck adapters...

    The Reese Goosebox adapter is the only adapter that Lippert will endorse and will not void the frame warranty.

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    Re: Using a Reese Goosebox adapter

    Thanks I appreciate the link. Still wondering if anybody has used this set up as I have seen a handful but have not actually spoken to the owners about how the goosebox performs vs a conventional 5th wheel hitch.

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