Built-In Suspension Creates Up to 90% Smoother Ride
Shock Absorption Protects Cargo from Harsh Bumps
Please Note: This unit works with a recessed ball (if top of the ball is within 1in of truck bed).
Protected under Patents – US D873723S US10633039B2
The EXECUTIVE Fifth Wheel to Gooseneck pin box allows the user to hook a Fifth Wheel RV to the truck with a gooseneck ball. This technology eliminates the bulky Fifth Wheel from the back of the truck so the user can have full use of the bed when not towing the camper trailer.
This Gooseneck to Fifth Wheel replacement pin box also eliminates the additional costs of buying and installing a fifth wheel hitch for anyone who already has a gooseneck ball. One of the biggest perks of this product is its use of Gen-Y’s Torsion-Flex Technology!
Torsion-Flex Technology provides one of the smoothest and safest towing experiences you’ll ever experience. Benefits of this technology include:
- Increased Cargo Protection
- Possible Increased Fuel Economy
- Reduced tire wear on truck and trailer
- Reduced Shock Transfer
- Smoother Ride
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
You won’t find a better option for your gooseneck to fifth wheel hitch replacement pin box.
(NOTE: The Rhino Box model Executive does not require Shim Plates)
- Auto-Latch coupler with Cable Release Included
- Up to 25K Towing Capacity and 6.5K Pin Weight
- Maintenance Free
- Durable Silver Vein Powder Coat Finish
- Engineered using SolidWorks software
- 5 Year Warranty on Rubber Components
Please Note: It is important to be within the optimal Tongue/Pin weight specified for each model number!
With so many options on the market, it can be difficult to choose the right one. But when it comes to Gooseneck to fifth wheel replacement pin box, look no further than The Executive Fifth Wheel to Gooseneck pin box.
All Gen-Y products are rigorously tested and exceed the SAE-J684 Weight Testing Requirements. Never exceed recommended capacity on any trailer tow coupling or vehicle receiver hitch.
Tow capacity is limited by lowest-rated component.
Average break-in period for hitch = 1,000 miles.