Originally Posted by 81SHOVELHEAD
Dealer said safety chains not needed with the Anderson ultimate hitch or Pullrite turnover ball hitch.
What makes the Reese goosebox different? Could it be Lippert bought out Reese?
And how come dealers are pushing these style hitches without mentioning frame failure warranty void?
Love my Pullrite 2600 single point mount turnover ball hitch.
Dealer told me the same. It's my first 5th wheel and I thought they were required. A camping friend of mine said he never had safety chains on his because they aren't required.
I wondered the same about the goosebox. I was told that Lippert does own the rights to the goosebox now. So it seems more of a way to say buy my product only.
I do think the dealer should tell you upfront about the warranty issues. That way you, the buyer, can make the decision if you want to deal with the whole thing or not.