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Old 03-16-2017, 01:30 PM   #56 (permalink)
VanBoy
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Originally Posted by madonetwo View Post
If inappropriate I apologize; our turnover ball hitch installers didn't install the U-bolts beside the ball. They say NC doesn't require them. I live in SC. What about traveling in other states. What about the fact that I have no safety chains on this gooseneck 5th wheel. I just want to be safe. We do walk around, test brake/turn/caution lights....and if tailgate on truck is up LOL.
Interesting. I would "insist" to have it done. If the "kit" by the manufacturers had it, then they were just lazy.... in my opinion.

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There is a local farm shop here in my state, they build "hitches" for "everything". Other then when putting semi truck 5th wheel hitches, EVERYTHING has loops for safety chains....
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Last edited by VanBoy; 03-16-2017 at 01:39 PM.
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