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I use a Anderson ultimate hitch also to pull my Reflection 303RLS. A little heavier than yours. I use the stock Anderson Adapter block attached to the trailer pin box. The problem with the Rotaflex is that rather than the Anderson block moving on the ball the Rotaflex could also move placing undue stress on the ball. From my understanding the lockout kit will prevent this. I do not have your setup but Anderson has always been very responsive to me. I have had three different types of Anderson hitches in the past and all were excellent products. Not sure why your lockout kit does not work. Have you called customer service???I called and left a message, the lockout kit doesnt work on mine since Andersen wants you to install the bolts on the "inside" between the outer pin box where the welds are in the picture. The picture with the arrow shows where to install the bolts in between the welds and the rubber pad (very stiff). I have maybe 1/16" of clearance to install the bolt there is no way, it wont fit Hopefully they get back to me soon.

I use a Anderson ultimate hitch also to pull my Reflection 303RLS. A little heavier than yours. I use the stock Anderson Adapter block attached to the trailer pin box. The problem with the Rotaflex is that rather than the Anderson block moving on the ball the Rotaflex could also move placing undue stress on the ball. From my understanding the lockout kit will prevent this. I do not have your setup but Anderson has always been very responsive to me. I have had three different types of Anderson hitches in the past and all were excellent products. Not sure why your lockout kit does not work. Have you called customer service???Jeff, got it all taken care of with Andersen. I installed the lockout kit and finally hooked the 5’ver up to see how it all looks. How do you have your pin box adapter installed? Forward or reverse for side rail clearance? I installed mine forward but haven’t had a chance yet to turn with it to see what the clearance is like. I have around 8 1/2" of clearance between my bed rail and underside of the 5th wheel which should be good. Also, I have a 2/1 RC installed and have around 2" of squat with it hooked up did you install bags or timbrens?

Jeff and cdn….question, my wife finally said yes to a fifth wheel, i have a slight uphill incline maybe 10’ before it levels off, will the anderson work with the ass end of my truck up in the air for a few feet and not have the bed tag the underside of the fifth?? Im not sure what rig we are going with yet, possibly a kz we seen this weekend she likes…Our driveway is pretty level so do not know about your incline. I have a good amount of clearance with the Anderson ball in highest spot. With the block forward I have almost 90 degrees of turn clearance….WARNING….91 degrees cost me $1800 when I hit cab of truck with the fifth wheel cap. Luckily did not hurt trailer. You need a second set of eyes to watch that and your side clearances while the wife watches for other obstacles. Note…Towing a fifth wheel is a dream after towing two different 28ft travel trailers. Backing one is not as easy. They do not back like a hitch mount trailer as the pivot point is much further forward. Takes some getting used too. The key is "following" the trailer with the truck….hard to explain but you will understand once you get one. You will like having a fiver.