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Haul your heavy loads with peace of mind using a gooseneck hitch by popular manufacturers like Draw-Tite, B&W, Hidden Hitch, Reese, Curt, and Blue Ox. Install a Remove-a-Ball, fold down, or Hide-a-Goose hitch in the bed of your truck and retain full use of the bed when not towing. Or, maximize your hauling versatility with a rail-mounted gooseneck hitch and switch easily between gooseneck and fifth wheel towing.
You can find custom installation kits for your vehicle by entering the year, make, and model on the left. We offer kits for popular vehicle manufacturers like Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Nissan, and GMC. Also use the fit guide to find a custom fit or universal in-bed rail kit to install a rail-mounted gooseneck hitch.
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Gooseneck hitches by B&W, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, Reese, Curt, and Blue Ox are designed specifically for your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty. Install a Remove-a-Ball, Turnover, fold down, or Hide-a-Goose hitch in the bed of your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty truck and retain full use of the bed when not towing. Or, install a rail-mounted gooseneck hitch and switch easily between gooseneck and fifth wheel towing.
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We offer many styles of top quality gooseneck trailer hitches, installation kits, adapters and accessories. They come from the best manufacturers like Draw-Tite, Reese, Bulldog, Blue Ox, Curt, Convert-A-Ball, and Colibert. There is also a how-to section of frequently asked questions, gooseneck hitch information, and installation tips.
Gooseneck Hitch Manufacturers
Pro Series 25K Gooseneck Plate Installation - 2008 Ford F-350
Today in our 2008 Ford F-350, we'll be installing the Pro Series 25K Gooseneck Plate for Fifth Wheel Rails, part number 49080. Now a great feature about having this adapter verses an under-bed gooseneck mount, is if you have a lot of trailers that you have to tow that are either gooseneck or fifth wheel, you are able to do that easily just by pulling the pins, removing it, and switching out your adapter to a fifth wheel. Removing it is as simple as pulling our clip, pulling our pin out, doing that on all four corners, and lifting it out. Once we have it back in place, when we're hooking it onto a different trailer or hooking our gooseneck back up, reinsert the pin, reinstall the clip just like that. Now you may notice right here we have our loops that go through here where we can wrap our safety chains through and connect our safety chains from our trailer together. We have one here on the front and one at the back because this adapter, if we need to bring our trailer closer to the cab of our truck, you notice it's offset. We can just flip it 180 degrees and reinstall our clips. Now this Pro Series Gooseneck Adapter has a 25,000 pound max gross trailer weight rating and a 6,250 pound max gross tongue weight rating. Here's what our gooseneck adapter plate comes with. Obviously we have our gooseneck adapter plate here, which comes with a 2-5/16 inch ball. When you flip this around you just want to make sure your ball is not behind your rear axle.
Curt Quick Goose 2 Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2013 Ford F-250
Today in our 2013 Ford F250 we're taking a look at, and installing the Curt Quick Goose II Gooseneck hitch with install kit, rated for 30,000 pounds. Part number C630-644. Here's what it looks like when it's installed. You can see it's got some nice spring loaded safety chains, tie downs, nice rubber cover that's going to keep the dirt and corrosion out of her pop up ball. Nice ring that's going to help you line it up when you're backing it up to your trailer. Right now we have it in the third position, when you're ready to release it you're going to remove the red handle, pulling back, allowing the black handle to slip in, and locking the ball into place. When we're ready to stow it away we'll reverse the procedure.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Ford F-350 Super Duty
Today on our 2014 Ford F350, we're going to be taking a look at and we're also going to show you how to install the B&W Turnover Ball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch. This offers the custom installation kit and 30,000lbs capacity. Part numbers BWGNRK1111. You can see the custom bracket kit that we're to have with our hitch. It's going to use pre-existing holes in our frame, so we're not going to have to do any drilling or any welding on our frame which could weaken it. The only modifications to the truck we'll have to make will be in bed.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2004 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Today, on this 2004 Ford F-250 Super Duty, we're going to show you the B&W Turnover Under Bed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with custom install kit, part number BWGNRK1108. We'll go ahead and show you what the hitch looks like when installed in a truck. For starters, we're actually looking on the driver's side in the fender well and we'll show you the control for the hitch ball. Our handle right here, we can pull out to unlock the hitch ball and hold it open will push it towards the front very slightly and it will stay open just like that. When we're ready to lock the ball into place, we'll pull back up on it. Twist the back towards the back bumper, a spring loaded and it will pull self back in. Now, our side plate for the hitch does bolt to the frame using existing holes, okay This is the clamp that goes around the frame as well. Now, let's go and take a look the installation that's in the bed. Now, this does require drilling, of course. 4-inch hole right here and for our u-bolt, it's going to be half-inch holes, okay Now, this is our hitch ball right here, of course.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2013 Ford F-350 Super Duty
Today on our 2013 Ford F350, we're going to review and install the B&W Gooseneck underbed mounted hitch, part number BWGNRK1111. Here's what our hitch is going to look like when it's installed. Let's go ahead and go through the operation. To operate the latch pin handle, we can pull out and rotate it towards the cab of the truck to hold it in the locked out position. This will allow us to drop in our ball or accessory. Then once we're ready to lock it down, we'll simply take the handle, rotate it towards the rear of the truck and release allowing the spring tension to lock in our ball or accessory. Now looking down through the throat of Gooseneck hitch, we can see our 5/8" pin in the locked position. We pull the handle back and rotate towards the cab and it locks it out.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2012 Ford F-350 Super Duty
All right today on this 2012 Ford F-350 Super Duty, we're going to show you the B&W Turnover Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with the custom install kit, part number BWGNRK1111. Now, we'll go ahead and show you what the hitch looks like when it's installed in the truck. First off, we'll go ahead and show you how it operates. We're looking at the fender well on the driver's side and we see the handle right here. Pull it out and twist it forward, maybe a little bit of downward pressure as well. This won't move very far forward at all and when you're ready to lock it back into place, twist it backwards towards the back of the truck.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty
Today on our 2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty we'll be installing the B&W Turnover Under Bed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part number BWGNRK1108. Here's what our hitch is going to look like once installed. On our driver's side we have the side bracket, emergency brake cable hold down, and the release handle. Here's our handle in the locked position. We can pull it out and rotate it and it will hold out in the unlocked position. Then, once we've put our ball in position, we simply rotate it back towards the rear of the vehicle and release it and the spring pressure will reset the pin back into the locked position.
Today on this 2013 Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab we're going to install part number 9460-48. This is the Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with installation kit. This is what the hitch looks like when it's installed on the truck. We have a two and five-sixteenths gooseneck ball that sits like this when you're using it and towing a trailer. It has two U bolts for your safety chains, one on each side. When you're not using the hitch to pull a trailer this can be stored upside down.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2013 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Today on this 2013 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab, we're going to install the Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part number 9460-48. The hitch is fully installed. Let's go ahead and try it out. Let's go ahead and check the operation of the lever. You should be able to pull out either to the back or to the front and then it should hold in place. Bring it back to the middle roughly and it springs back in position.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2011 Ford F-350 Super Duty
Today on our 2011 Ford F-350 Super Duty, we're going to be installing the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit, part number BWGNRK1111. This kit is designed to work with the B&W Fifth Wheel Companion Hitch, part number BWGNRK1111-5W. Here's what our hitch looks like installed on our vehicle. Now, let's go over the operation of it. To unlock the pin, you'll reach into the wheel well, pull out on the handle, and rotate it forward. Now, the pin is in the unlock position.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2009 Ford F-350 Super Duty
Today on our 2009 Ford F350 Super Duty, we'll be installing the B & W Turnover Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part numbers BWGNRK1108. Let's go ahead and go over operation of the new Gooseneck hitch. To pull the handle out to put our ball in position, we'll rotate it towards the cab of the vehicle locking it in the unlock position then once we drop the ball in position, we'll go ahead and rotate the handle towards the rear of the vehicle, unlocking the handle and allowing it to lock the ball into place of the gooseneck head. Then to turn the ball over, we'll simply pull the handle back out, turn the ball over, drop it back into place and then release the handle. Now we'll go ahead and install our new Underbed Gooseneck Hitch. Now to begin the install we'll first going to go ahead and lower and remove the spare tire to give us more working room underneath. Now with the spare tire remove we're going to go ahead and remove the rear wheels so we can get an easier access to the side of the frame.
Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2008 Ford F-250
Today on our 2008, Ford, Fu50, we'll be installing the Curt Quick Goose 2 Gooseneck Hitch, part number C640-644. Let's go ahead and show you how to use the new Curt Quick Goose 2 Gooseneck Hitch. The red handle is our locking handle. Pointing straight down, the handle is in its locked position. We'll go ahead and turn it towards the front of the vehicle. Unlocking the handle allowing us to pull out, releasing the lock on the gooseneck ball. Then, by using the actuating handle, we'll go ahead and allow the gooseneck ball to come up through the gooseneck hitch. We can then go ahead and push the red handle back into place and re-lock it, locking a gooseneck ball up in a towing position. Then, once we're finished using the gooseneck ball, we'll simply unlock the handle, retract the lock and pull out on our actuating handle. As we get the actuating handle pulled out, we'll go ahead and push the hitch lock back into place and then lock the handle down, retracting the ball and locking it in a down position. Note, to begin our install, we've already gone ahead, and lower to remove the spare tire and both rear wheels.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2003 Ford F-350
Today on our 2003 F350 Crew Cab Dually 4-wheel Drive with an eight foot bed, we'll be installing a Blue Ox Diamond Hitch Underbelly Gooseneck. Part number DH1201. Now we're ready to go ahead and show how the ball works on this hitch. To insert the ball, you'll squeeze the tab on the side, there's also a notch welded into the hitch, you will line this up and as the ball twist, it'll lock into place on the tab on the driver side. To remove the ball, you squeeze the small tab and work it back out the pattern. To store the ball, you'll flip the ball over, push the locking tab in on the side, lining up with the groove that's been cut in the upper part of the ball, and slide it down into place. To begin with, we went ahead and remove the rear tires from the vehicle. We'll need to go ahead and lower the rear exhaust hanger down.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2010 Ford F-350 Super Duty
Today on our 2010 Ford F-350 Super Duty Crew Cab, were going to be installing the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part number 9460-48. Now with the handle in the open and in the lock-open position, go ahead and install the ball. Youll notice that theres a groove cut in to the end of the ball that goes on the driver side as theres a pin down in here that it lines up with. Go ahead and set the ball down in place, then we can release the handle locking the ball into position.Now when youre not using the ball, you can simply pull the handle, take the ball out, flip it over, slide it back down into position, and release the handle securing the ball into position. Heres also our safety chain loops. If you remember that they are spring-loaded underneath, so you can lift them up and hook the safety chain through it.
Reese Fold-Down Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2009 Ford F-250
Today on our 2009 Ford Super Duty, we'll be installing the Reese Fold Down Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part number 8339-4448. The fold-down gooseneck hitch will be able to be stored underneath the pickup bed, so it will be out of the way. Then when we need the gooseneck ball, we can simply pull on the ring, and allow the ball to come back up and lock back into place. To begin our install, we'll first go ahead and lower and remove the spare tire and both rear wheels. While it may not be a requirement for this install, it will make our install easier, and give us a lot more working room. Next, we'll need to lower the rear portion of the exhaust.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Today in our 1999 Ford Super Duty, well be installing the B&W Turnoverball underbed gooseneck trailer hitch with our custom install kit. Part number BWGNRK1108.First Ill begin by showing you the operation of the hitch. We take our ballmount you drop it into place, release the pin, were locked in and ready to go. Then well remove the ball again by releasing the pin. What well do is well pull the handle for the pin and turn it clockwise and we can then remove the ball.When were not using the ball we can turn it upside down, store it in the hitch, lock the pin back in place, and our ballmount is secure to the hitch. Its flush so we can still use the bed of the truck without any obstruction.Now weve already removed our wheels and tires from the vehicle.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2007 Ford F-350 Super Duty
Today on our 2007 Ford F350 Super Duty, we're going to be installing the B and W Custom Under Bed Installation kit for B and W Companion Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitches, part number BWGNRK1108. Before we begin our install, we'll go ahead and go over the operation of the hitch. Just simply pull here on the driver's side wheel well and rotate it forward. This will lock the pin in the open position. We'll take the ball. We'll line it up with the hole here.
Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2012 Ford F-250
Today on our 2012 Ford F250, we'll be installing the Blue Ox under-bed Gooseneck hitch, part number DH1204. We can now go over operation of the new Gooseneck head. We'll take our ball, line up the cut out groove in the side of the ball with the nipple in the Gooseneck throat dropping the ball in place, turning it, and locking it into position. Then to remove the Gooseneck ball, we'll simply press on the lock, rotate it, and pull up and out removing the ball from the throat. To put the ball into the stored position, we'll simply turn it over, line the cut out with the nipple and then drop it into place. Now, we'll go ahead with our install. Note that we've already gone ahead and lowered and removed the spare tire and both rear wheels. Using the mark in the center of the bed, already premade by the manufacturer, we'll use it as the mark for our pilot hole that we'll eventually enlarge for the throat of our Gooseneck.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2007 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Today on our 2007 Ford Super Duty, well be installing the B&W Turnover Ball Under Bed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch part number BWGNRK1108.First, well show you how the gooseneck hitch works. First, well release the locking pin by pulling out and moving it to the side so it will stay in the open position. Well then take our gooseneck ball and drop it in place. At this point, you can release the locking pin and youre ready to tow your trailer.You can also flip the gooseneck ball upside down so it lays flat in the bed when youre not towing. However, if you have a heavy load in the back of your truck, you may still need to remove it so you wont hit the rear differential while traveling.This gooseneck trailer can also be used with the B&W Fifth Wheel Companion Hitch. Now, lets show you how it installs.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Today on our 2014 Ford Super Duty, we'll be installing the B&W Turnover Ball under bed gooseneck trailer hitch, part number BWGNRK1111. The B&W 5th-wheel companion hitch will also work with this gooseneck. Before we begin our installation, we'll go ahead and show you the operation of the gooseneck hitch. We'll pull the handle here straight out, and rotate it clockwise, so that it locks into the open position. Now you'll be able to either insert the ball with the ball up, or flip it over and put the ball down for the storage position. Once a ball is in place, simply take the handle, let it slide all the way back in, and now the ball is secure or locked in place.
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