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Curt Double Lock, Flip and Store Underbed Gooseneck Hitch w/ Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs

Curt Double Lock, Flip and Store Underbed Gooseneck Hitch w/ Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs

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Get a little extra security when you are towing with Curt's double-lock, gooseneck hitch. Chrome-plated ball locks in place with two pins while towing and flips over for storage inside the hitch when its job is done. Installation kit included. Call 800-298-1624 to order Curt gooseneck hitch part number C60730 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Curt products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Curt Double Lock, Flip and Store Underbed Gooseneck Hitch w/ Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs. Gooseneck Hitch reviews from real customers.
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Curt Gooseneck Hitch - C60730

  • Curt
  • Below the Bed
  • Removable Ball - Stores in Hitch
  • Manual Ball Removal
  • Wheel Well Release
  • 30000 lbs GTW
  • 2-5/16 Hitch Ball
  • 7500 lbs TW

Get a little extra security when you are towing with Curt's double-lock, gooseneck hitch. Chrome-plated ball locks in place with two pins while towing and flips over for storage inside the hitch when its job is done. Installation kit included.


Features:

  • Heavy-duty underbed hitch lets you tow your gooseneck trailer
  • Double-lock system provides added security with 2 pins holding ball in place instead of 1
  • Chrome-plated hitch ball easily removes when you're not towing for complete access to your truck bed
    • Ball flips over and stores upside down in hitch for easy access
  • Chrome ring surrounds the hitch ball hole to provide a tight, low-profile look
  • Comfort-grip handle can be positioned on either side of truck bed
  • Safety-chain hookups are built in
  • Zinc plating provides superior corrosion resistance for locking mechanism
  • Rubber cover keeps grime out of ball hole when ball is stowed
  • Black powder coated steel is durable and corrosion resistant
  • Custom mounting kit with Grade 8 hardware included
    • 4" Hole in bed is required
    • No welding required
  • Adapter plate (C16210 - sold separately) allows for 5th-wheel towing
  • Offset hitch ball (C602 - sold separately) creates additional space between truck cab and trailer


Specs:

  • Ball size: 2-5/16"
  • Gross towing weight: 30,000 lbs
  • Vertical load: 7,500 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Curt Double Lock Gooseneck Hitch Operation

Curt Double Lock Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Operation

The Curt Double Lock underbed gooseneck trailer hitch provides a sturdy, secure connection for towing your gooseneck trailer and also allows for a clean, unobtrusive look for your truck bed when you aren't towing. To tow, simply pull the included handle out to unlock the hitch. Then insert the chrome-plated hitch ball into the ball hole. You may need to rotate the ball to line it up with the dual locking pins. When the ball drops into place, rotate the handle counterclockwise until the locking pins snap into position. Because there are 2 locking pins instead of 1, you get extra security for your towing setup.


Get full bed access when you're not towing. Just remove the ball, flip it upside down, drop it back into the ball hole of the hitch, and use the handle to lock the ball in place. A rubber cover is included with the Double Lock. When the ball is stowed upside down in the hitch, place this cover over the ball hole to keep out dirt and grime and create a clean look for your vehicle.



60607 Curt Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch - 30,000 lbs

60657 Curt 600 Series Gooseneck Hitch Installation Kit

Installation Details C60730 Installation instructionsAlternate Instructions C60730 Installation instructions

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Video of Curt Double Lock, Flip and Store Underbed Gooseneck Hitch w/ Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Curt Double Lock, Flip and Store Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2013 Ram 1500

Speaker 1: Today on our 2013 RAM 1500, we'll be having a look at and installing the Curt double lock flip and store under bed gooseneck hitch with installation kit. Part number C60730.Now here's what our gooseneck looks like installed. As you can see it's an under bed system, which means all the critical components are underneath the truck, giving us full access to our truck bed and not losing any of our valuable bed space. We have these nice easy to use spring loaded safety chain loops, so that we can easily hook our chains on from our trailer. They'll automatically retract when you let go of them. A unique feature about this gooseneck hitch compared to other under bed hitches on the market is that our ball is kept in place by a double pin feature.

This gives it more strength and stability and offers you more security.Our ball has a groove on it right here, so you can easily line it up and then the pins will hold it in place when you release your handle. What's great about this system, when you're not towing your trailer, when you release your handle. You can grab your ball, flip it on over, use the handle lower it on down and it's stored in the gooseneck hitch. It doesn't take up any of your bed space. We also have this nice plug here, which keeps dirt and debris out when we're not towing our trailer and gives us a nice clean look.Now this system is rated for a 30,000 pound gross trailer weight rating and a 7,500 pound vertical load limit.

However, since this is a half ton truck, this truck is not capable of towing that much. So make sure you follow your owners manual and don't exceed what your truck is rated for.Now to unlatch our double pin lock. The nice feature about this, you can just grab the handle, pull it all the way out, rotate it clockwise and it'll lock itself open. So one persons needed just to swap the ball around. You don't need to have a second person to hold the handle while you swap it out inside the bed.

Once you're done, grab the handle, turn counterclockwise and it's spring loaded and will close back.Now to begin our install, we need to make a couple of measurements. Now when we take these measurements, we need to make sure that we're taking them from the end of the bed and not the end of our tailgate. You'll find the measurement that you need to get in the instructions according to your bed length. Now that we've measured the depth, we'll measure across our bed from side to side to make sure our mark is centered. Now we'll drill a small pilot hole where our mark is.

Where our pilot hole is, we will now use the appropriate size hole saw as indicated in the instructions to enlarge the hole.Okay now we'll clean up our metal shavings really quick. Okay since we have an exposed metal edge now where there's no paint, where we cut out the hole in our bed. It's a good idea to use some paint to help cover that up, so we don't have to worry about rust in the future. Now since we don't have a bed liner in this truck and we don't have matching paint, just use clear coat. It'll protect it and you don't have to worry about the paint not matching.Here we are in our driver's side wheel well. Our passenger side wheel well is the exact same. If your truck is equipped with a wheel liner, like ours is, you will need to remove it. We have a total of 11 screws, just like this one. They're eight millimeter that we'll need to remove in order to pull this down. Once we have all 11 screws out, we can grab a corner of the liner and start to pull it out. It'll drop, then you can spin it and it'll come out. Now on our driver's side wheel well, we have a wiring harness that's clipped to the frame. We'll need to unclip it. From the outside, we can easily get to three of the clips. We have one right here, that we use a trim panel tool on. Pop it up. Get a second one here and we'll get this third one as well.Now underneath the vehicle, looking at the driver's side frame rail. We'll find another clip for our wiring harness that we need to undo. Just behind our gas tank. We have another one here on our driver's side that's between our two cross members and the frame. This tube right here is for the vent for the breather on our rear differential. It's clipped to our frame. We'll grab it, unclip it, pull it down and let it hang for the time being. Now we will continue unclipping our breather hose for the rear differential from the cross member that's right above the axle. Just push it towards the rear of the truck and it'll come down. Now there's a wiring harness that's on the cross member. There's several clips that hold it in place. Find the clip. We'll unclip them. Once we have it all the way unclipped, we'll push it towards the back of the truck, so it's not over the cross member anymore.Now to ease our install, give us a little bit more room to work. I'm going to remove both of our rear tires. Now that we have our wheels off, we can give you better idea of what's going to happen. This is the upper control arm for our truck, here's our frame. We're going to install our rear rail in this triangular area right here above our control arm, between the frame and in front of our shock on the passengers side. We'll go up over the exhaust like this. Then it'll go over and rest on top of the frame on our driver's side. And then we will push it back and it'll go above our cross member here.All right, this is our rear rail. This notch here goes towards the driver's side and we want it to face towards the back of the truck as we install this. Okay with the cross member over the driver's side frame, we'll raise it up on the passenger side and slide it back. So both ends are resting on the frame and it's parallel with our rear axle. Now we'll slide our cross member back until it is over the cross member of our frame. Once it's over the cross member of our frame, we'll rotate it 90 degrees.Okay once we have our cross member pushed back, so it's above the cross member in our frame. We need to rotate it 90 degrees, so our notch faces down. Now this notch is there so we can pass our wiring harness through and if our vehicle's equipped with dual exhaust, such as ours. There's an exhaust hanger, which has bracketry, which will go through that notch as well. Now we're ready to raise our center section up into our vehicle. But if your vehicle has dual exhaust like ours, in order to gain adequate clearance, it will be significantly easier if we remove our tailpipe section on the driver's side. We have an exhaust hanger towards the rear. We'll spray some lubricant on it. Once it's lubricated, we can use a pry bar to pry it off. Okay we have a second hanger right above our rear axle. So we'll lubricate that one, pry it off.Now we'll loosen up the clamp that's at our muffler. It's a 15 millimeter nut. Okay with the clamp loosened, we can now wiggle the tailpipe section on out of the muffler. Now with an extra set of hands, we'll raise our center section on up. The holes here, that are offset, will be closer to the rear of the truck. We'll now push our rear rail against our center section. Okay now we'll take a inch and a half long half inch bolt, lock washer, half inch flat washer. And we'll bolt our center section to our rear rail using the outermost holes only in our center section. We're just going to have this finger tight for right now. Okay now we'll just snug these down a little bit, but still leave them a little loose for final adjustments.Okay this is our front cross member. See how it's an angle bracket with a 90 degree angle. We want to have the very tip of it, the point facing up with the holes facing towards the rear of the truck. And we'll slide it onto our frame in the same manner that we did the rear. Then we'll slide it back so it touches our center section. Then we'll take it and rotate it, so the holes line up and the flat section's against the bed of the truck.Okay now we'll take a half inch by inch and a half long bolt again. Take a lock washer, flat washer and we'll go through our center most holes in our center section and our front rail. On the back side, we'll thread on a flange nut. Now we will work on installing our side plates. We'll start on our passenger side first. I'll take our U bolt and we'll slide it in between our spring and our spring seat right here over our frame. Okay now we'll take our side plate, drop it over our exhaust. And make sure our U bolt goes through it. Okay now we'll secure it with our hex flange nuts.Now we'll take our two and a quarter inch long bolt, a lock washer, and a flat washer and we'll go through our side bracket on the passenger's side. This will connect our side bracket, our center section, and our front cross member together. We'll put a flange nut on the inside. All right, now we'll take our inch and a half long half inch bolt, lock washer, flat washer, and we'll bolt our side bracket to our front cross member. And we'll put a flange nut on the other side.All right our driver's side, there's only one part that's the same and that's installing our U bolt between our spring and our spring perch. Everything else is different past this point. Our driver's side frame bracket consists of two pieces. This is the first piece that needs to go on. These two holes here are where our U bolt will go through. These holes here will connect with our cross member and center section. So we'll slide our bracket in place over our brake lines and wiring harness, using the notch provided. Make sure our U bolt goes through the bracket like that. This is our second side plate. We'll slide this over the first one and onto our U bolt. So now we have both our side plates over our U bolt and they're stacked together.Now we'll thread on our flange nuts. Okay now we'll bolt our side plates, our center section, and our front cross member together through this hole using our two and a quarter inch long bolt, lock washer, and a flat washer. And we'll finish it off with a flange nut. Now we'll take an inch and a half long bolt, lock washer, flat washer, and we'll bolt our side bracket to the front cross member. We'll follow that up with a flange nut.Okay now we'll bolt our two side plates together using an inch and a half long bolt, lock washer, flat washer and a flange nut. We'll do this for both of those holes. Now we're going to install our hardware for our rear brace. So we'll take our pull wire, go through this hole here and move it towards the drivers side of our truck frame. And we'll work it through our frame until it gets into this part of the frame right here. We'll reach into this pocket here, grab the wire. Okay now that we have it through that hole, take our block, stick it on the wire, push it in the frame. Followed by a carriage bolt, which we'll just screw onto the wire. Put that inside.Now we'll pull it all the way through. We'll remove our pull wire. And we'll repeat the same process for the other side. Now we'll take our rear frame brace, slide it up, and we'll secure it onto installed carriage bolts with our flange nuts. With our brace in place, we can install our final two bolts for our center section on the rear cross member, using our bolt, lock washer, and a flat washer. Now we'll tighten down our nuts here for our rear brace first, using a 15/16 socket. Now we'll torque those nuts to the amount specified in the instructions.Okay now we'll tighten up the bolts for our rear cross member and center section. Okay now we'll torque those bolts. Okay now we'll snug down our front rail bolts to our center section. Now we'll torque those bolts. Okay now we'll need to tighten down our U bolt and when we do that, we want to make sure that we do it in alternating fashion as evenly as possible. Same goes when we're torquing these, we want to make sure that we alternate as much as possible. We'll go ahead and torque our driver's side the same way. Now we'll tighten and torque our two bolts here that hold our plates together on the driver's side.Now with our axle vent tube, we need to clip back onto the frame in a different spot. So we'll go to our cross member here and we'll just clip it into the frame. Now we need to drill a pilot hole for our safety chain loops, which will be through these holes right here. We're using the outer ones in our application because these are the lower part of our bed corrugation. We just want to make sure we drill through the middle of the lower part of your bed corrugation. We're starting with a small drill bit just to make a pilot hole. We'll do the same for the other side.Now we'll use a step bit to enlarge our holes to a half inch in diameter. Now just like before we used some clear coat around our holes to prevent rust. And we'll drop down our U bolts. Now underneath we'll slide on a flat washer, our spring, a second flat washer, then our nylon lock nut. Both sides of the U bolt are the same way. Now we'll tighten our nuts until they're flush with the bottom of the U bolt. Now we'll repeat the same process for the other U bolt.Now on our driver's side of our truck, we made a mark according to the instructions. That we need to trim out on our bed flange here, so our handle can be inserted. We'll just use a rotary tool to do this. Okay with that cut out, we'll use clear coat again. So we'll slide that in and insert it into the hole in our gooseneck head.Here's where our handle comes through. This is our double pin neck which secures our ball into place. This hole here, we want to have facing up, slide that into our gooseneck head. Take our spring, slide it over the shaft of the handle. Then slide the handle into our pin. Then we'll secure it with the provided bolt and nut. And we'll tighten the bolt and nut down using a seven and an eight millimeter socket. Now we'll reinstall our exhaust.Before we reinstall our driver's side wheel liner, I made a mark where we need to trim out. So our handle has a spot to pass through. So we can operate it smoothly. Use a rotary tool again to cut that out. Now that we have our panels reinstalled, we can reinstall our tires. Now in some cases, you may have interference with your tire when your vehicle is on the ground with the handle. So in order to change that, just turn your handle 180 degrees, so it points straight up when it's in the fully retracted and locked position. And that completes our look at and installation of the Curt double lock flip and store under bed gooseneck hitch with installation kit, part number C60730 on our 2013 RAM 1500.


Customer Reviews

Curt Double Lock, Flip and Store Underbed Gooseneck Hitch w/ Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs - C60730

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (393 Customer Reviews)

Get a little extra security when you are towing with Curt's double-lock, gooseneck hitch. Chrome-plated ball locks in place with two pins while towing and flips over for storage inside the hitch when its job is done. Installation kit included.

- C60730
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Dodge Ram Pickup

We have 2 Dodge Ram pickups in the family and this is the second one that we have bought. Installed ourselves with the good instructions and works great. Like the idea of removable ball to achieve a flat storage area in bed of pickup, when not towing. Have pulled fifth wheel camper plus a boat with no problems.



- C60730
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2014 Dodge Ram Pickup

good product. took five hours to install. Pictures could have been better as the light in the picture was not good. black and white did not have good detail. small issue that was over come for putting one in for the first time. once everything was figured out where it was to be placed it went well. I put it in a 2014 dodge ram 1500 only hang up I had was with torqueing the bolts next to the gas tank which is not either ones issue. hauled my four horse trailer the morning after and everything held and road smooth. ball is easy to remove and flip and easy to grease as well. All material provided fit as it should and thread on as it should. I save about two hundred dollars with this curt kit. I am very happy about the purchase.



- C60730
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seems like a good hitch, the handle to release ball was 3 inches to short had to lengthen, also had to add spacers on rear support as not to draw center forward to far



- C60730
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Great product!



- C60730
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Well built



- C60730
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2016 Ram 1500

Everything arrived on time, and boxes look in good shape. Great experience with etrailer.!!!



- C60730
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As advertised box and hardware took a beating during Shipping.



- C60730
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Very pleased with product and entire pr ocess



- C60730
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2018 Ram 1500

Awesome Service...Have not installed yet...Didn’t expect delivery so quick...Thank you definitely will be doing future business with you all...



- C60730
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2012 Dodge Ram Pickup

Quick delivery. Looks easy enough to install. Directions are difficult to read, but found an electronic version on-line that was helpful.



- C607-604
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


Thank you for reaching out. Definitely love the reliability and durability of this hitch, also the added clearance. I have it mounted on my 40 foot enclosed race car trailer. We towed using it 35 to 40 times to and from race tracks in 2019. Hooking it up and disconnecting it every weekend. Never gave us a single issue.



- C607-604
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


Installed easily on 2015 GMC 2500 HD double cab short bed. Plenty of clearance under the bed when ball is flipped. This system makes for a clean useable bed. When I was purchasing this I was concerned about clearance of a gooseneck hitch and my transfer tank. I have a 40 gal tank that sits back from the cab a bit over 20 inches, there’s plenty of clearance for a gooseneck with a fuel tank on this short bed. The hitch has held up perfectly over the last year. I haul around 12k on steep, washboard, gravel roads.



- C607-604
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


I did the install myself on a 2019 GMC 2500 Short bed. I watched several videos before. I did not remove either mud shield or cut out/remove the heat shield. I chose not to install the chain holders since my Andersen Hitch has it's own tiedown bracket. My bed has a spray liner and therefore the edge covering would not fit the newly cut edges around the hole opening. So be sure to paint the exposed metal. In one of thg he videos a tech use a predrilled board as a guide during the drilling of the bed hole. This was a great idea. Since I chose to keep the heat shield installed I had to lift the main unit into place by sliding it up between the gas tank and rear differential unit. I think it would have been very helpful to have a tools required list before I started. Also, the tip about cleaning out the powdercoated threads was very good idea. Preptime, tapping threads, install and cleanup (tool put away) was over 6hrs....and I skipped a lot of disassembling a n.v d reassemble steps. Everything was straight forward and understandable. A lift would have been great but I used rear ramps which was enough. Make sure you get a step ladder for bed entry now. I expect it to work as expected. Seems very solid!



- C60712
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


the 5 stars are for etrailer.com ! I will have to give the product just 4 for a couple reasons. quality was great, everything went according to plan, except ! they make a slight mention in the instructions to make sure to clean out the threads in the side rails. YOU HAD BETTER, run a 1/2 tap in all the holes in the side rails before starting installation . if you don't, you will really wish you had. also the instructions called for a 44 1/4 measurement from the end of the bed box on the short bed truck. 44 " would have been perfect on mine, the 44 1/4 was a little off. but 5 stars for etrailer, fast shipping, great service.


Comments
excellent, no problems, i love it !
Michael - 12/03/2020


- C607-604
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


Hitch was as promised. Installed by myself and fit perfect in a 2018 2500 HD Chevy. I lost a u-bolt spring during installation and CURT replaced it free of charge. etrailer employees were great and hitch was delivered quick. I highly recommend etrailer, CURT and this hitch.


Comments
Still like it. I recommend it.
steve h - 12/28/2020


- C60712
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


Great product and perfect fit for my 2005 GMC Sierra duramax. I just purchased a Montana fifth wheel and wanted to still be able to use the bed of the truck without taking a heavy hitch in and out and breaking my back. The hitch arrived really fast and the boxes were in pretty good shape and I was only missing one washer from a torn parts bag. I was able to install the hitch that weekend with help of the directions and how to YouTube video. The only issue I had was that the video stated the crossbar with the notch went to the rear while the directions showed it going to the front. It definitely goes to the front and was pretty obvious when installing it. I didn’t have any real issues with the install and it looks great and hides away nicely leaving a clean flat bed. I look forward to hauling my fifth wheel real soon.


Comments
In order to tow your fifth wheel trailer with your new gooseneck hitch, youll need an adapter of some sort. If you use the provided link, you can see the various options available.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 04/19/2018

Comments
Great addition to my towing needs. I have taken the hitch out many times and it has always performed well.
Dennis H - 04/18/2019



- C60720
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


Heavy Duty hitch. Easy Installation. Didn't need to install the exhaust spacers there was plenty of clearance even with the 5" exhaust I have on it. Fast shipping, ad good customer service, very pleasant to deal with. Thank You!


Comments
Absolutely. heavy duty and worth the $
Brian - 05/13/2021


- C607-604
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


Still works great install was pretty straight forward and it’s a pretty clean unit (looks nice). My only complaint is the cover in the handle wore off in less then a year so it’s bare metal now.


Comments
Love the ball my own complaint is the rubber cover on the handle wore off very quickly. Still functions great otherwise.
Mitchell D - 04/04/2021


- C607-604
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


Instructions made this install easy for me. I am very capable and had no problems. Have hauled 14 foot dump trailer with sand or gravel and performance was excellent.


Comments
Has worked out fine. Tab for lifting out ball from storage broke off but does not effect performance. Also tore apart the rubber cover while loading a bundle of plywood on my truck. Again no effect on performance.
Eliseo - 05/31/2021


- C60607
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


This hitch was as easy to install as 1 2 3. Cut the hole following included instructions, bolt frame rail kit (sold separate), bolt hitch and bam I was pulling my trailer around for a test run before re torquing bolts. Only took a couple of hours to install by myself following the clear provided instructions. Grade 8 hardware being included was the decision maker for me. Great product from a great company!



- C60723
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


This hitch is well made and the installation went easily. It mounted exactly to existing frame holes and has worked "without a hitch" pun inteded, since install. I would recommend this for anyone needing a high quality gooseneck hitch!



- C607-604
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


This is the second hitch I’ve ordered from etrailer. This first one back in 2007 I had a GM dealer install. This recent one I installed all by myself! Very easy and straight forward instructions. Hardest part is the contortions you have to get yourself into. I did have a bit of an issue getting the plate itself over the gas tank. Video suggests lowering the tail pipe. Instead I just took out the bolt on the rear cross rail drivers side and loosened the passenger side. Swung the cross rail back, slipped the plate in and reinstalled the rear cross rail. Oh and the shipping was fast! Very, very pleased.



- C607-661
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


I have used this gooseneck hitch numerous times since purchasing it. It does require some tedious measurements to install it correctly. If you are doing this yourself, i would say you habe at least 3 hours of work ahead of you. With a helper it took me around 4 moving slowly and dekiberately. The ball is excellent, and the locking mechanism is as well. I also purchased the 5th wheel rail plate adapter. The combination has been hard to beat for the cost. Overall i would recommend this product. It is very well built and seems to hold up well with hard use.



- C60723
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


I had this installed on my 1997 F350. I was too busy to install myself, so I can't speak to the ease of installation, but functionally this hitch is awesome. One word of warning, make sure you spray everything down before winter. I broke off the little tab on the ball when trying to flip it over when it was frozen.



- C607-604
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Review from a similar Double Lock in Gooseneck Hitch


I think this gooseneck hitch is the best for newer Sierra/Silverado HD trucks. I installed it a week ago with the help of my father-in-law and his car lift. Took about 4 hours moving slowly and taking our time. Everything fit well and bolted right up. I also reinstalled the foil heat shield after removing one mounting ear. I did not drop the exhaust or the plastic heat shield and still got everything in. I chose this specific kit because it did not require notching the bed seam when installing the rails. It also has a higher tongue load rating than the others and was cheaper. The only major criticism I have is the pull wire and carriage bolts. My chassis has weld nuts and I would have preferred to use those over carriage bolts pulled into the chassis. I am thankful there were access holes almost inline with the mounting holes. That made it easy to put pressure on the bolt heads so they didn’t fall back. I also think the gasket around the big hole should be one piece to make it look cleaner. I used black silicone rtv to smooth the transition and adhere the gasket in place. Overall I am completely satisfied with the kit and the help of Shawn B who got my order in, had it shipped that same day and followed up with me after delivery. Thanks etrailer and Shawn B.


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Ask the Experts about this Curt Gooseneck Hitch

  • Is Curt Gooseneck Hitch C60730 Rated for Commercial Use
    The Curt Gooseneck Hitch # C60730 that you referenced is not specifically described by Curt as being for commercial use. However, in actual practice the 30,000-lb rating of this gooseneck will not be the limiting factor for any application; that will be your truck tow rating. The 2012 Ram 1500 series pickups, for example, have maximum trailer weight ratings that range from a low of 5050-lbs for the 4 X 2 short box Sport with 5.7L Hemi V8 to the high of 9100-lbs for the Tradesman and...
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  • Needing a Gooseneck Hitch to Fit a 2012 Ram 1500 w/ 5-1/2 Foot Bed
    For the 2012 Ram 1500 with the 5-1/2 foot bed, Curt Double Lock, Flip, and Store Underbed Gooseneck Hitch, # C60730, is compatible for your vehicle per the installation instructions. Since your vehicle has the short bed, I recommend The Curt 4 Inch Offset Ball, # C602. This offset ball will provide you with an additional 4 inches of space between your gooseneck trailer and the cab of your Ram 1500.
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  • Curt Gooseneck Hitch Recommendation 2014 Dodge Ram 1500 without Air Ride Suspension
    The Curt gooseneck hitch part # C60730 is a fit for your 2014 Dodge Ram 1500 6 foot bed without air ride suspension. If your truck did have the air suspension setup the Curt hitch you'd need instead is the part # C607-658.
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  • Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 2017 Ram 1500 Long Bed with Factory Air Suspension
    Yes! For your 2017 Ram 1500 long bed with factory air suspension package you can use B&W gooseneck trailer hitch # BWGNRK1309. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you. I also recommend adding a 7-Way connector in the bed of your truck to make hooking up the trailer easier and without having to use any extensions to reach the connector at the bumper. For that you can use # PK11893-11932 which will tee in with the factory trailer connector. I have linked a video...
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  • Recommended Gooseneck Trailer Hitch for 2012 Ram 1500 Big Horn
    If you have the 6-1/2 foot bed with the Quad Cab or the 5-1/2 foot bed with the Crew Cab, I recommend the same hitch. It is the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs # BWGNRK1309. This is a confirmed fit for your truck and if you have the 6-1/2 foot bed without RamBox it also offers a 5th wheel slider compatibility for a clean bed. If you want a good hitch but a more economical option, I recommend the Curt # C60730 which is only a...
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