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Old 11-30-2019, 06:48 AM   #1
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Does anybody have the Pullrite 24k 5th wheel attachment that attaches to a gooseneck ball? What do you think about it? It seems you get the best of both worlds.
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Does anybody have the Pullrite 24k 5th wheel attachment that attaches to a gooseneck ball? What do you think about it? It seems you get the best of both worlds.
Because it is a ball hitch some states can require you to have safety chains attached. Last I knew pullrite has no mounts in their hitch for safety chains. Contact them and ask if they have remedied that situation yet.
The Andersen Ultimate which is they same type system at least has provisions for chains built in.

Also a couple other things about the pullrite.

You need to keep it greased all time where the Andersen never needs greased.

You also need to keep in mind the height of the hitch. The Pullrite will adjust between 15 1/2 -18 1/2 inches.

The Andersen has a range of 16-1/2 to 19 1/2 for the regular and 12 1/2 to 14 1/2 for the lowered version.


I have nothing against the Pullrite. I went with the Andersen cause I have a flat bed truck and as I was doing the research as to what hitch the pullrite was one of my choices that I researched.

If it does what you need you cant go wrong with either.
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Some gooseball hitches will void the warranty of 5th wheels so make sure you check with the 5th wheel manufacturer first. Personally I want an air ride hitch to cushion the blows to the pin box and frame of the trailer. Frame damage is expensive and not uncommon.
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