You need to tread carefully with pinbox extensions. They add a significant moment arm (like a cheater pipe) that produces or increases the torque loading where the pinbox mounts to the RV's frame. Some frames can handle this - some can't!!
I would check with the RV manufacturer (NOT a dealer) to verify that they will approve the use of a pinbox extension on your particular make and model RV.
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