B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs

B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs

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  • Below the Bed
  • Removable Ball - Stores in Hitch
  • Manual Ball Removal
  • 30000 lbs GTW
  • Wheel Well Release
  • 2-5/16 Hitch Ball
  • 7500 lbs TW
Install this heavy-duty hitch on your vehicle so that you can securely tow your gooseneck trailer. Store the removable ball upside down in the hitch when you aren't towing to get complete bed access. Square ball base won't turn in hitch. Call 800-298-8924 to order B and W gooseneck part number BWGNRK1057 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all B and W products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs. Gooseneck reviews from real customers.


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B and W Gooseneck - BWGNRK1057

Install this heavy-duty hitch on your vehicle so that you can securely tow your gooseneck trailer. Store the removable ball upside down in the hitch when you aren't towing to get complete bed access. Square ball base won't turn in hitch.


Features:

  • Heavy-duty underbed hitch lets you tow your gooseneck trailer
  • Complete truck bed access when you're not towing
    • Remove ball from hitch, flip it upside down, and drop it back into hitch for storage
  • 5/8" Thick, spring-loaded, steel locking pin on end of handle goes all the way through ball to secure it in place
    • Access handle at rear driver's-side wheel well
  • Single-piece, machined ball socket provides rugged durability
  • Square ball base prevents ball from turning in hitch during hookup
  • "Corners only" fit of stowed ball prevents grime buildup inside of hitch
  • Specially designed accessories (sold separately) make it easy to customize the hitch to fit your needs
    • Tow a 5th-wheel trailer with the B&W Companion hitch adapter
    • Add a ladder rack that leaves your truck bed side rails free
  • Spring-loaded safety-chain hookups are built in
  • Simple installation with included custom mounting kit
    • No welding required
    • Truck bed does not have to be removed
    • 4" Diameter hole must be cut into bed
  • Powder coated steel is sturdy and corrosion resistant
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

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


With the B&W Turnoverball underbed gooseneck trailer hitch you get the best of both worlds. When you go to tow, the Turnoverball creates a sturdy, dependable connection with your gooseneck trailer. And when you're done towing, you can stow the ball upside down in the hitch to get full bed access and a clean appearance.


Easy-to-Remove, Simple-to-Store Hitch Ball

The durable steel hitch ball included with the Turnoverball system secures in the hitch with a sturdy, 5/8" thick steel pin that is incorporated into the end of the operating handle. To lock the ball in place, drop it into the hitch hole in the bed of your truck. Then rotate the handle in your driver's-side wheel well counterclockwise until the latch engages. When the latch is engaged, the spring-loaded pin on the end of the handle will be inserted all the way through the base of the hitch ball, forming a strong, solid connection and ensuring absolute security when you're towing.


B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck Hitch Operation

When you're done towing, remove the hitch ball by simply pulling the handle out as far as it will go and then rotating it clockwise until it unlatches. Remove the ball, flip it upside down, and drop it back into the ball hole of the hitch. Then reengage the latch to secure the stowed ball in place.


Unlike typical gooseneck balls - which have round bases - the Turnoverball hitch ball is designed with a square base. This makes latching the ball in the hitch easier because the base won't rotate inside of the hitch like a round base might, so lining the pin up is a snap. The base of the ball also fits tightly within the ball hole during storage. Because only the corners of the base contact the sides of the socket, any dirt or grime that gets into the hitch will fall through the socket, thus helping to prevent any buildup that could cause the ball to seize up in the hitch.


Simple, Custom Installation

This hitch is custom designed for your vehicle. The included mounting brackets bolt to existing holes in your truck's frame. While some modification is required - you will need to cut a 4" diameter hole in your bed for the hitch ball and drill holes for the built-in safety chain loops - there is no need to weld onto or to drill into your frame.


Once you have the hitch brackets and body installed, set up the operating handle. This handle is designed to be accessed from the rear driver's-side wheel well. On the end of the handle is the heavy-duty steel pin that secures the hitch ball.


B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck Hitch Accessories

B&W makes it easy to tow just about anything. With the many adapters and accessories available, the Turnoverball can be made to work with almost any gooseneck trailer. Hitch balls are available that have a built-in rise, an offset, and even a different connection type. Add on the Companion fifth-wheel hitch - which attaches directly to the Turnoverball with no other parts required - and you can tow your fifth-wheel trailer. Even a truck bed utility rack is available so that you can easily haul ladders and lumber with the load placed on the hitch (and therefore your truck's frame) instead of your bed rails.



GNRC959 B and W Turn Over Ball Under-Bed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch - 30,000 lbs

GNRM1057 B and W Turn Over Ball Gooseneck Custom Installation Kit



BWGNRK1057 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details BWGNRK1057 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2008 - 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 GMC Sierra New Body 1500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2008 - 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 Chevrolet Silverado New Body 1500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2014 - 2018 GMC Sierra 1500 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2019 - 2019 GMC Sierra 1500 Limited 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2014 - 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2019 - 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LD 6-1/2 Foot Bed




Video of B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom 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 B and W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Shane: Hi I'm Shane with etrailer.com. Today we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install B&W's turnover ball underbed gooseneck hitch. Our underbed gooseneck hitch is not only going to allow us to pull our gooseneck trailers, but when we're not pulling our trailer, it's going to give us total bed access. Once of the nice things about this hitch, is it will also allow you to pull a fifth wheel trailer. It's going to be compatible with B&W's companion fifth wheel hitch. It's going to be a single spring loaded pin.

It's going to lock into place. It's going to take a two and 5/16" ball. It's going to come in your kit.What you'll notice that's going to set this apart from others is that the base of our ball is actually going to be square. What this allows or keeps it from doing is it keeps the ball from spinning in the hole. These edges or the corners kind of have a little rounded edge to them.

This keeps any dirt and debris from building up down inside the hole.Our ball's going to be two and 5/16". We're going to have a 7,500 pound vertical load limit, which is straight down on the ball, 30,000 pound gross trailer weight. Now when we're not using it or we're not hauling anything, we can take our ball, flip it over, slide back down inside the hitch again giving us total bed access.Our safety chain loops are going to be spring loaded, which helps them stay down nice and tight to the bed of the truck when not in use. Our center section is going to be completely under the bed of the truck. It's going to be secured with two cross members that span from frame rail to frame rail.

We're going to have a frame bracket for each side. Our frame bracket attaches to our cross members, attaches to our frame, and attaches to a U bolt that spans around the back side of the frame. All of our components are going to be constructed of a steel with a nice gray powder coat finish.We're going to have a rubber coated handle that's going to allow us to pull our pin out, so we can remove our ball or insert our ball. Once we have it inserted, we're going to twist the handle and it's going to lock our pin in place into our ball. Now that we've gone over some of the features, let's show you how to get it installed.First thing you're going to want to do is to lower your spare tire.

After we remove our spare tire, while we're under the truck, we're going to go ahead and remove a section of our heat shield. Our hat channel runs right above our axle. We want to cut our heat shield right in front of it all the way up to the next hat channel, we're going to cut right behind it. So we're cutting this center section out of our heat shield. And I'm just going to use tin snips, however you want to cut. If use anything that is electric, just remember your gas tank's right here. Just be aware of that.Now if you have any of this edge just protruding past this hat channel, take a hammer and just kind of flatten it out a bit. And then do the same thing with the front up there. Next thing we're going to do is we're going to lower our exhaust to help us when we put in our center section. Now the directions tell you to do this right before we go to do our center section. It might be easier if you do this before you cut your heat shield out. It might make it a little bit easier to cut this section that's right over this bend here, completely up to you.Spray some lubricant on your hanger and just take a pry bar and pry it off the end of the post. You'll have three of them that we're going to do. We're going to do this one. You're going to have two right in front of the axle. In the bed of our truck, we need to mark it out so we can drill our four inch hole for our gooseneck. Now you're going to measure per the instructions per your bed sides. Keep in mind if you have a drop in bed liner, it's probably easier to take that out when drilling this hole. And if you have a spray in bed liner, you also need to take into account that just follow the instructions on which bed liner you have.We're going to measure from the edge of the bed straight up the center and we're going to put a mark. And I'm just using a paint marker. Once you find that mark per the instructions, you're going to measure between your wheel wells to find center. Then we're just going to split that number in half. Once you find your center, make your mark, four inch whole saw blade. So what I like to do, if you see my board here. If you take a piece of plywood, just drill a four inch hole in it or four and 1/8 inch hole. So when we're drilling with our hole saw bit, when it starts hitting that metal and grabbing on, it doesn't kick all over the place. This board's going to help keep it in a good circle.Another thing we suggest, when doing this, don't just hold it with your hand, take it and set it up against the back of your leg. If it grabs, it's going to kick this thin sideways and it can hurt you. Another thing, before you start drilling all the way through, just make sure there's nothing in that area that you're going to damage.It's a good idea to take a file and knock the burrs off that are around the inside of the hole. Clean up all of our shavings. I'm going to take some Rust-Oleum clear coat. If you have a black bed, black Rust-Oleum paint anything just to kind of cover up that bare metal to reduce the risk of rust and corrosion later on.On our passenger side, if you have a fender liner, go ahead and remove it. Just held in place with a couple of screws that run along the inside here. Then this hat channel that runs over our rear axle, on the front side of it, we're going to measure from that edge up six and a half inches and put a mark. That's going to be our center mark. We want a one inch wide mark, half inch forward, half inch back because it's our one inch and then a half inch up. So you can see how I kind of have it in a triangle there. Now we're going to cut that piece out, so we can slide our cross member in place. Just going to take a dremel tool with a cutting blade on it.Now we'll take our front cross member. It looks like this. Make sure when we put it in, that these holes are facing towards the back of the vehicle. This flat flange here is actually going sit on the bottom of the bed. We're going to slide it right through just like that. Now it's a good idea to go underneath the vehicle and slide it under the rest of the way, so you don't damage any of your brake lines or anything from in your fuel area, fuel tank area.Turn your bar up like this. Face your holes towards the back. In your kit, you're going to have a rubber O ring, you're going to take your half inch by inch and a half bolt and we're going to put it into this second hole. We're going to use the rubber O ring to help secure the bolt in there. It might be easier if you put it in before you flip that up. It's kind of hard to reach over that fuel tank. We're going to take it and we're going to push it about four inches in front of our hole. We're kind of stuck here with their shock mount. We're just going to go ahead and push it all the way up to our shock mount just like that. Then we'll install our rear cross member.Take your rear cross member. It's going to have threaded holes in it. Most of the time, these are going to have to be cleaned out, because when they powder coat these, the powder coat gets down inside of there. Take your bolt that you're going to be using, it's your half inch by one and a half inch bolt and see if you can hand thread it in. If you can't hand thread it in there, then it needs to be cleaned out. This one is actually getting hung up. I'm going to clean it out anyway, even though I am getting it to go through. I don't want to take a chance of the threads crossing.Couple ways to clean it out, use a tap to do it or if you don't have a tap, if you have a bolt that's the same size, just make sure the thread counts the same. Take the dremel tool, cut a few notches in it, one straight down like this, one and one to give it some grooves. And then you can use that bolt to tap it out. Rear cross member, we're just going to slide it kind of just like we did the front one. Get it about part of the way in there and then go underneath the truck and slide it in the rest of the way.Make sure you watch, here on our driver's side, you have your hard brake lines. We want to make sure we're not going to damage those. So just be careful when sliding this over. I'll go ahead and tell you now, the holes if you notice they are closer to one side than the other. We want them to be towards the floor. So when we rotate it, we're going to rotate this side up just like this. And we're going to go right up against this hat channel like this. And it might be easier to get a pair of channel locks, grab that and then pop it in to place. Which I think is what we're going to have to do. Just grab it like this, just like that. Again, watch your lines over there. Push it all the way back up against our hat channel like that.Take the center section, you'll notice that the hole is more towards one side. That's going to be towards the back of the vehicle. We're going to line this up with the hole we have in the bed of the truck. Got to go over our fuel tank. Over the front of our center section, half inch by one and a half inch, we're going to slide it through like this. Then we're going to do a lock washer and a nut. Do the same thing for that one. Then our bolt up on top that we previously installed, we're going to do the same thing, lock washer and then our nut.For our back cross member and center section, half inch by inch and a half inch bolt, lock washer, and then a flat washer. You can see how I have them installed here. Now a couple things to have handy, you need a spacer block like this, carriage bolt, retaining clip and you're going to need this oval shaped spacer with the hole in it. We're going to take our spacer block and our bolt. We're going to go inside this hole right here and we're going to do this on both sides of the vehicle. And you want to rotate that clockwise, so that the spacer block hits the bottom of the frame rail. What that's going to do is when we go to put on our nut, that allows the spacer block to catch so we have something to tighten on to.Now we're going to take our oval shaped spacer. That is actually going to take up that space in the hole like that. And then we're just going to thread on a retaining clip. That's going to hold our bolt in place. Make sure that that oval sleeve is lined up in the hole. Go ahead and get this retaining clip all the way up against there, so it holds it in place. Then we're going to do that same thing on the other side.Now we'll install our side plates. You'll notice how our side plate looks. We want this section towards the front of the vehicle. This hole right here's going to go over the stud that we just installed in the frame rail. Put on a flat washer first like that. And then for this back hole in our cross member, we want to do the same thing that we did with all of our hardware in the back. Our bolt, lock washer, flat washer. Then for our forward hole, take your hex bolt. We're going to go from the front into the center. So we'll pass it through our front cross member and then through our side plate. Then we're going to put on our flat washer and a lock washer and then a nut. Then you're going to do that same thing on the other side.We're going to have a frame clamp that looks like this, one for each side. You'll notice it has a notch cut out. That's going to go at the top. You'll notice this wiring here, it's clipped in. I'd take a flathead screwdriver and pop that loose. That'll give us some room there. Take this, go up, kind of like that. We're going to have a hole here in our frame bracket and then we'll have one at the top also. You want to get those in those holes. And then for the threads, we're going to put on a lock washer and a nut.Next thing you want to do is you want to make sure your center, that the rails the cross members are pretty much in line equal distance from side to side. What I did is I got up in the bed and checked to see how our hitch center here is centered in the hole. It looked like it was pulled back just a little bit. So to start out tightening sequence, we always start with the center section. I'm actually going to start by tightening this front one first and kind of pulling the hitch that way.We'll use a 3/4 inch socket and wrench. Once you have your center section tightened, then you're going to torque that hardware to the specifications in the instructions. We want to tighten and torque our U bolts that are wrapped around the inside of our frame rail. You want to make sure when tightening these down, you tightened them and torque them, alternate back and forth. Don't just tighten one and torque it and then do the other one, because then it gets off. So go back and forth, do a couple turns on one, couple turns on the other til you get it up to the manufacturer recommendations on the torque specs.Next bolt you need to tighten and torque are the two bolts from your frame bracket going into your cross members. Once you've tightened and torqued those, this stud here is going to be the last one your tighten and torque. Now we're going to install our handle. It might be easier to go from the outside in. We want it to go right through that slot like that. I'll line it up with that square there. I got a small bolt like this small carriage bolt to go in from this side through your handle and you'll put a flange nut on the back. Then go ahead and tighten that down.Now we're going to drill out for our safety chain U bolts. You're going to have four sets of holes on each side of your center section. So if you notice right here on our bed how we have a raised section and then a lowered section. We want the holes that line up with our drop section. So it looks like with this one, we're going to be using our two inside holes on each side. They're going to line up right here on this edge. So we're going to drill out the hole from the bottom. They tell you in the instructions to drill it out to a half inch. What I like to do is use a small drill bit, drill a pilot hole and try to center it in there. Then go up top and use either a step bit or even a half inch drill bit if you want and drill down from the top. It's a lot easier than trying to do it all from down here.Make sure you get any burrs off. What we want is we want this. Make sure fill them in with some clear coat or paint or whatever it is you're using again. Go ahead and drop these in place. Underneath the vehicle on your U bolt, you want to take this spring, a Christmas tree spring. Make sure the large end is up at the bottom of the hitch. We're going to slide it over the bolt. Then we're going to put on this lock nut. You can do that on each one. 3/4" socket, we're going to tighten these down. You'll notice the ones I have tightened over here. We only want the head of the bolt. We want it to be flush with the edge of the lock nut. Just like that.On our driver's side where our handle is, you can see our fender liner kind of covers it a little bit. We're just going to cut out just a small square to give us access to it. Now I'm just going to use a utility knife to do it.Once you get everything tightened and torqued down, go ahead and reinstall your exhaust. Reinstall your passenger side fender liner and your spare tire. That'll do it for a look at and installation on the B&W turn ball underbed gooseneck trailer hitch with custom installation kit on our 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500.


Customer Reviews

B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs - BWGNRK1057

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (821 Customer Reviews)

Install this heavy-duty hitch on your vehicle so that you can securely tow your gooseneck trailer. Store the removable ball upside down in the hitch when you aren't towing to get complete bed access. Square ball base won't turn in hitch.

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2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

great product and price, easy to instal l. 565819



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Great service from etrailer, and B&W hitch was everything I expected, solid product and instaled with no problems. Thank you 558464



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2008 Chevrolet Silverado

Great hitch. Quality. Received awesome customer service. 510182



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2015 GMC Sierra 1500

Great , stickers are on upside down and on the wrong side of the side plates though 491005



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2015 GMC Sierra 1500

Great thank you 491003



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It,s a great product plus home made not junk from over the pond. 476559



- BWGNRK1057
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Everything was in good condition and just what I ordered 465768



- BWGNRK1057
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Great hitch made in USA 437088



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2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Perfect fit will recommend to anyone prompt shipping easy installation 303776



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2009 GMC Sierra

2nd B&W Hitch I have owned. Fast shipping, installation instructions clear. Excellent product. Video of installation very helpful. 266051



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Received in perfect condition review when I have it installed,very fast shipping. Thank You! 202789



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


The hitch arrived quickly after placing the order. Order status was kept up to date information was accurate When the hitch arrived - I read the instructions and the install seemed very straight forward. 3.5 hrs later. The hitch was installed along with a wire harness. The instructions were accurate and all the parts fit as expected. Very impressed with the quality of the hitch and the service provided by e-trailer 545867


Comments

Its been a year and many towing miles since the original install. The hitch is performing flawlessly. Could not be happier with this purchase

Brian - 07/25/2019

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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


3 stars... Well the install was a bear!! There is a bolt no one tells you about right behind the locking pin you can not get to with a torque wrench. Also taking off the rear tires will make it easier to torque the outside plates to the frame. Other then that the directions were spot on and it looks great. Im just using this set up to use the B&W Companion sliding 5th wheel hitch. 672593



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Great product from a great company !!! Very easy to order !!! Hi quality products !!! 285786



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Great service and fast shipping! 417464



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Easy to install fast shipping instructions were great will definitely buy from again 516610



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


The hitch works great and installing the hitch wasn't bad at all even for just one person. The instructions were clear and the pictures they included were helpful. The only thing I had a problem with was one of the boxes were damaged and one of the small brackets were slightly bent, but I didn't need it anyways b/c it was for the diesel models and mine is a gas. I don't blame etrailer or B&W for that. Maybe B&W could use heavier boxes. All in all I had a good experience. etrailer.com was easy and great to buy from and B&W has a great product. 454700


Comments

So far I have been very happy with the B&W gooseneck ball hitch. I haven’t put a whole lot of milesuse on it but every time I use it with my gooseneck it preforms like it should. If I have any other needs trailer related I plan on giving your website a look first. Thanks and happy holidays!

Lance - 11/26/2018

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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Everything was what I expected all parts were there even though the box with the rails and bolts was open when I received it. Would buy again very satisfied 561635



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Remove the spare tire, heat shield and drop the exhaust down or it is VERY HARD to install. Otherwise very simple and very rugged! Nice system!! 608405



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Great product. Easy to install, the installation video helped alot. It's alot better if you have two people to help. I would highly recommend this product to anyone. And is made in America, doesn't get much better than that. 277393



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


B&W and Etrailer are a great combo. I just ordered this hitch after having a similar one in my 06 Ram. I really like the hitch. I also like that the companion fifth wheel and other B&W accessories can be used on both trucks. I just installed last night and by myself it took about 5 hours. Watch the video and read the instructions. Take your time and do the prep work to get ready for install. I didn’t remove the rear muffler portion and still had plenty of room. I did have a ceiling lift that helps center and lift the hitch portion through the hole. If you don’t have that make sure you have help. Fit as expected with minimal issue. I did not trim the wheel well plastic but may so the handle isn’t hidden. I installed hitch then replaced plastic bedliner and drilled hole through hitch opening from underneath. I also drilled the u-bolt holes with bedliner in and they fit perfectly between the rises. 498168



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Great price 381197



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


This was my Second Hitch to order from etrailer. The first was on my 2012 Ford Transit Connect. This time was on my newly purchased 2008 Ford F250 Super Duty Diesel truck. It did not have the Goosneck Hitch and I have Horses and use a Trailer to transport them. Instead of paying Much More to have the hitch put in, I elected to do it myself. I looked at the Video and read the instructions Twice before starting. Since I am almost 75, I need the help of my son. While he was at work, I did most of the work myself. When he got off work, we finished the job. I will continue to purchase from etrailer. The items fit Perfectly and instructions are Great. In the picture, is Sophie, my dog which watched as we worked. 405070



- BWGNRK1111
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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Great product and instructions were easy to follow. Prompt shipping and hitch delivered in secure boxes with no issues. Clean install in my Ford F-350 dually. It took about 6 hours (taking my time) doing it myself with a floor jack and the necessary tools. Could be done a lot faster with two people. Also, just cut the notch (you'll see what I'm talking about in the instructions), but not according to the measurements given. Use the cross member as a cutting guide. It will make the install a lot easier. etrailer is awesome! 403541



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Great service and fast delivery very friendly staff great product not to hard to install 220348



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


I purchased the B & W turnover ball hitch from E Trailer for my 2006 Ford F250 SuperDuty. Jan in customer service was very helpful. I received the hitch within 2 days. My wife and I installed it according to the instructions and installation video on their website. E trailer really did their homework on the installation of their hitches. We got the hitch insatlled with minimal problems. All you have to do is follow the video/instuctions. I am very pleased with the hitch and would recommend ETrailer and the B&W hitch to anyone who tows. I tow a 5th wheel with a Ranch Hitch Gooseneck adapter. Now I dont have to deal with the 5th wheel hitch in the bed of my truck. I will continue to purchase other towing accessories from ETrailer. A wonderful experience. 163592



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


Easy installation. Excellent instructi ons 442821



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Review from a similar B and W Turnoverball in Gooseneck


You guys rock! Sal helped me choose through correct unit for my truck. Shipping was fast, received it in 3 days. Will be installing it after the holidays are over. Etrailer is the best company that I have come across for out Truck and trailer needs. They are my first call when I need something. Thanks again. Happy New Year 329043



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Was a fairly easy install in both a Ram Mega Cab 3500 and a Ford F-350. Cutting the hole in the bed was the most intimidating part, but as long as you measure just as the directions tell you, it turns out seamless. This is the only way to go if you need a gooseneck hitch! 598954



- BWGNRK1016
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Very easy to install, used a support strap to support the center section as suggested during installation. All bolts and related hardware fit great. Would recommend that you have a 1/2" drive 3/4" swivel socket and 1/2"extensions to make installation easier. 558609



- BWGNRK1115
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Order arrived very quickly. Installed within a couple of hours with a helper. Fits perfectly. Used it for pulling a 16 ft. gooseneck cattle trailer. Like the fact that it stays out of the way when not using it. Provides good weight distribution, F150 easily handled load. 417443


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Still pleased with it. Thanks.

Bryan H - 08/10/2018

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- BWGNRK1016
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Been doing bussiness with etrailer for a couple years now and the aways do an excellent job. 571258



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hitch was just perfect 339777


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we have purchased 3 of these hitches from you and I wouldnt buy any other, they work great

mark c - 02/08/2018

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Been running B&W hitches since they first come out. Always a good heavy duty product and i love the fact it does not take up any bed space. Etrailer is the only place i will buy anything trailer towing Related. 569905



- BWGNRK1108
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It took me a while to get this hitch installed because there were after market airbag suspension supports that were in the way. After I removed them the installation went a bit smoother. The B&W instructions were so light, I was glad to had the opportunity to view the etrailer.com resource video and other helpful informaiton in determining the rear airbag support could be removed without causing a structural issue to the truck. So if you got these airbags install, know that they can be removed so you can take advantage of this high quality hitching system. I used impact wrenches to loosen the old and install the new bolts... made life a lot easier than with the standard wrenches, so worth the price i invested in the right tools for the job. 405136



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The hitch and controller was installed on a 2002 Chevy 2500HD. It took roughly 15 min to install the Tekonsha P3 Brake Controller, plug it in and program it. As far as the B&W Turnover Ball Hitch, I cut the hole in the bed and cut the heat shield out the day before while I was waiting for the hitch to arrive. The next day my parts arrived, I laid out all the parts to make sure everything was there and then started the install. I didn't want to cut the 1"x1/2" notch out of my fender well to get the angle iron in so I spent about 15 min. trying to get it up on top the frame from underneath the truck. A waste of time. Do like the instructions say, cut the notch and slide it straight across the top of the frame. It will save time and aggravation. After getting both braces in place I ran a piece of rope down thru the hole and pulled the hitch plate up into place and tied it off. I installed all the bolts finger tight, put the side plates on and tightened everything up. It looks nice and I saved myself a $435.00 installation fee. With out a lift and without taking my rear tires off it took about 3 1/2 hrs. to install by myself. The only thing I want to say to B&W is don't place the heavy metal hitch parts on the booklet with the packets of Lithium Grease in it, they bust as the picture shows. Last but not least, thank you Sherry for all your help with my order and getting it to me quick in such short notice. I really appreciated it. 358380



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We use our hitch on a gooseneck trailer pulled by an F250. The hitch is freaking perfect. No problems at all. 576006



- BWGNRK1111
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How good is free shipping, our Order was placed about 8pm est on Thursday Jan 19th, and arrived Jan 25th before I returned from work at 4pm. Just sold the F-150 I installed the previous B&W fifth wheel hide a ball hitch in. Love this hitch set up, after arriving at a campground and unhooking the camper I have FULL use of the truck bed. Install of round two begins in the morning, directions are simple and easy to understand. George J from E-trailer has been keeping me updated with information about my delivery status and made himself available had I had any questions. Wife and I have been camping for about four years, on our second RV and now our third truck and have been totally satisfied ordering everything we needed from E-trailer over that time, (about 18-20 orders to date) adding to the great products E-trailer provides is the HOW TO DIY videos on many products. 335458



- BWGNRK1016
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Quality product. Install is relatively easy with the exception of the safety chain holes. It's pretty impossible to maneuver a drill from underneath with the exhaust pipe in the way. Before installing, I made a plywood template of the 4 inch hole and safety chain holes. I was then able to drill the holes from the bed. It made it easy. 364613



- BWGNRK1314
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The E-trailer videos and instuctions are great! I would suggest going ahead and removing the spare tire heat shield to make life easier with the torque wrench and when drilling the safety chain holes. The other item I am glad I caught before installing my hitch is the size of the hole they want you to use. B&W suggest a 3-1/2" hole and provide a plastic spacer to kinda hide the gap, I didn't like the idea of how this was going to look. I still installed the plastic spacer to support the bed around the hole, but I used a 3-1/4" hole saw and very lightly filed the edges for a much better fit. (Just make sure you hit your pilot hole location.) Test fit the hitch from the top side when checking the hole size. When installing, tighten the bolts to where the hitch just starts to make contact with the frame and then go top side and check hitch/hole alignment. Tap the hitch around with a mallet if you need to line it up with the hole. (Once the hitch was tight it didn't protrude through the bed anyways, so the hole could have been small and still worked). After removing the exhaust hanger, I used a ratchet strap to pull the tail pipe towards the spring to allow access to drill the passenger side safety hook holes. Another tip, I used a piece of rope tied to the ball retaining pin and fed it up through the hole in the bed. My 11 year old son was able to hold it in place this way while I started the bolts. I am happy with the end results and it looks great! The one thing I feel could be better is how far the ball retaining pin protrudes into the second side of the hitch housing, on mine I only have about 1/4" into the second side. I would feel better with 3/8"-1/2" engagement. 302603


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Working out great. Many a mile with trailer in tow.

Lee W - 10/03/2017

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- BWGNRK1111
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Installation went well. Adam was very knowledgeable and professional. 572911



- BWGNRK1111
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Great hitch and like it. Until I used the drop in fifth wheel plate by B&W (RVK3500). There is a bolt u have tighten up to secure the hitch down. When I tightened it to 60 foot pounds it bent the main pin in the hitch. After fighting the pin to release now the pin is bent. And i cant use the gooseneck ball. And I can't remove the pin to replace it unless I remove the hitch. So long story short the gooseneck plate is good and works great as a gooseneck. But don't buy it planning to use the fifth wheel plate. Won't buy that again. 491492


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After speaking with one of our contacts in the Tech Services department at B and W and was told that really the only way the ball retention pin can get bent is if its not slid fully into place when that draw-down bolt is torqued down. Please call us if you have further questions.

-- Mike L - 04/02/2018

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- BWGNRK1016
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Installation was done by myself in 3/4 of a day. It works as it should and is nice having a true hideaway, YOU DO NOT have to lift the bed for this installation. Doing so would be much more difficult. Follow the instructional videos and directions for install and you will have zero issues. 515509



- BWGNRK1108
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Had similar hitch in my Dodge 2500 for towing a 3-horse horse trailer. I liked it so when I decided to put a gooseneck hitch in my 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty 4WD I went with B&W again. I have used etrailer before; liked their support and could't find a better deal. Installation instructions were clear and an online video of installation on a 2003 Ford was much like mine. Gave me all the confidence I needed for a DIY install. I my case I didn't have a rack which would have made life easier. I had all the tools and did the job without needing to cut the bed ridge and without removing the rear tires or dropping the spare (couldn't find the $#@! jack handle that fits the mechanism). It took about 3 hours. With a rack and no tires it'd get done in under 2 hours for sure. 544034



- BWGNRK1016
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Well made hitch. Straight forward to in stall 436277


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As far as we know the person is satisfied with it

Andy - 09/26/2018

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- BWGNRK1016
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This is a high quality, basically bolt in product that fits well and has all ample hardware. The video is priceless and must be watched since it answers many questions otherwise. Spare tire removal is basically mandatory but we did leave rear wheels on. Only a problem when torqueing the side frame bolts. Exhaust is problematic at least for the Duramax. We did loosen some rubber hangers and with 2 people, were able to pull down on the exhaust to slip the center section in. The answer to the drilling for passenger side safety chain hooks is correct. Due to the exhaust pipe, you either punch a small drill hole at an angle from the bottom and enlarge it from the top or measure from the top only (less accurate). We drilled from bottom and enlarged it, which was perfect. Drilling a 4" hole in the bed of a brand new truck is scariest part! Measure twice, cut once, be accurate and with a spray in bed liner, its almost the exact same rear measurement (mine was tight getting the center section through the bed after allowing for the spray in product about 1/8"). Otherwise drill a 4 1/8" or 4 1/4" hole. On GM, the center (width about 25 1/2") is centered on the middle bed high slot, not the lower one. Also, shipping, emails, communications etc. were all outstanding. 330727



- BWGNRK1117
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Bought the B&W gooseneck hitch for 2017 Ford F-350 dually and it fit perfect. Great product!!! 333575



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The customer service from eTrailer is top notch. I ordered my B&W 1067 the day before New Year's Eve. I had it within 5 days including the holiday and weekend. The B&W 1067 installed pretty easy. I did it myself in about 3 hours. I was lucky that my truck previously had a B&W 1067 installed so I didn't have to drill any holes. The only complaint that I have is I was short 2 bolts in the hardware bag. I didn't worry with calling eTrailer; I just went and bought new ones. 167940


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Works great, easy to use and pulls my trailer without issues.

Maurice J - 01/06/2016

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- BWGNRK1012
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I had the drop in hitch installed recently and hooked up to my gooseneck cattle trailer and pulled it about 300 miles. I am thankful to say that everything worked wonderfully well. I experienced no problems, and I am very satisfied with this product. 577102



- BWGNRK1117
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Easy to follow assembly instructions. Had a harder time getting the Ford/Reese gooseneck out. In my case it was a new 2017 F350 and I wanted to use my new companion fifth wheel hitch system. Product cost was more than the BW gooseneck I put on my F450. 420782


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  • Yes, the Reese Goose Box 5th-Wheel-to-Gooseneck Air Ride Coupler Adapter part # RP94622-61301 will work with any brand of gooseneck hitch as long as they have a 2-5/16" hitch ball like the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch part # BWGNRK1057. Unfortunately, we do not carry the Andersen Ultimate 5th Wheel Hitch at this time. However, you can use the Curt X5 5th Wheel Base Rails Adapter for B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck Trailer Hitches part # 16310 that will allow you to use...
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  • Yes, you can install the B&W Patriot 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Slider # BWRVK3270 in the bed of your 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 as long as you install a set of fifth wheel rails in the bed of your truck like the Reese custom install kit part # RP50064-58. This rail kit is custom fit to your truck so it will install easy and also provides a set of fifth wheel rails that are compatible with this hitch.
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  • Recommended Airbag Kit for a 2014 Chevy Silverado with a B&W Gooseneck Trailer Hitch
  • For a set of airbags that will work with the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch part # BWGNRK1057 installed on your 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500, I recommend using the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs part # F2430 as this is the only available airbag kit that will work with a 5th wheel and or gooseneck hitch to my knowledge. The mounting plates for the gooseneck hitch mount on the outside frame rail and the airbag kit mounts underneath the frame rail on the bump stop bracket,...
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  • What B and W Gooseneck Hitch Fits a 2009 Chevy Silverado 1500
  • Because the one truck is a 2500 and the other is a 1500 the two would not share the same gooseneck fits. For the 2009 Silverado 1500 you would need the part # BWGNRK1057. I attached an install video for more info for you to check out as well.
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  • The B&W Companion gooseneck to 5th wheel hitch adapter # BWRVK3500 fits only B&W's own gooseneck hitch/installation kits like # BWGNRK1057. These accept a square shank gooseneck hitch ball or the square shank Companion 5th wheel hitch adapter. If you have a gooseneck hitch like the Draw-Tite Remov-A-Ball # 6300-4454 then the B&W Companion will not work for you. However we do offer other ways to pull a 5th wheel with a gooseneck hitch. There are several types of adapters offered and...
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  • If you are absolutely sure the gooseneck hitch in your trailer is a B and W Turnover ball # BWGNRK1057 then the Demco Rail Adapter part # DM6140 will work as an adapter. It fits the B and W hitch and provides a set of fifth wheel rails that the RBW Lil Rocker is designed to fit so you'd be good. We know that the RBW LR-1000 is a version of the Lil Rocker that fits this rail design.
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  • Correct B and W Bracket Kit to Install Turnoverball Center Section in 2008 Chevy Silverado 1500
  • The B and W bracket kit part # BWGNRM1057 is the correct bracket kit for your 2008 Chevy Silverado 1500 as it is what comes with the part # BWGNRK1057 which is the brackets and the hitch center section. If you already had the part # BWGNRC959 then all you would need is the part # BWGNRM1057 that you referenced. I attached an install video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • B and W Gooseneck Hitch Rail Kit Recommendation for 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 6-1/2 ft bed
  • The correct part number for the B and W Gooseneck hitch for your 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 short bed is the part # BWGNRK1057 which means for just the rails and not the hitch center section you'd want the part # BWGNRM1057.
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  • Can 2017 Chevy Silverado 1500 Tow 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Your 2017 Chevy Silverado 1500 is capable of towing a fifth wheel trailer. Your trailer's overall towing capacity will be the weight of the trailer it can tow. The trailer's pin weight does not factor into the bed's pay load either. Email me back with the bed length of your truck and I'll get you all setup. But in the mean time if you have a long bed truck you'd want a fixed hitch since you don't need a slider for turning clearance. So for that the Reese Hitch Part # RP30047 would...
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  • I do have a rear suspension enhancement option for you but the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs part # F2430 will not work with the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch part # BWGNRK1057 installed on your 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 as the u-bolts for the mounting brackets of the gooseneck hitch interfere with the upper mounting brackets of the airbag kit. Unfortunately we do not have an airbag kit designed to work with this hitch on your vehicle at this time. For a similar...
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  • Will Airbags Work with a Gooseneck Hitch on a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
  • I do have an airbag kit and gooseneck hitch that will work with one another on your 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 but the Air Lift Ride Control Air Helper Springs part # AL59565 is not compatible with an in-bed hitch. Instead you will want to use a different set of airbags that will allow for the use of a gooseneck hitch like the Air Lift LoadLifter 5000 Air Helper Springs part # AL57204 for 5-1/2' and 6-1/2' beds or part # AL57211 for 8' beds. The above LoadLifter 5000 system will...
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  • Gooseneck Hitch Recommendation for 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 5-1/2 ft Bed
  • For a 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 with a 5-1/2 foot bed we do have the Curt gooseneck hitch # C615-632 as a confirmed fit but the B and W Turnoverball # BWGNRK1057 that you referenced only fits the 6-1/2 foot bed version of your truck. The 8 foot bed versions require the part # BWGNRK1007 instead. I attached an install video for the Curt hitch on a similar Silverado as yours as well.
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  • There is not a Reese Elite Puck System Underbed kit abailable for your 2017 GMC Sierra 1500. Your best option is to use the B&W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Slider - Dual Jaw - 20,000 lbs # BWRVK3400-5W along with the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs # BWGNRK1057. This combination will give you a gooseneck hitch, a clean bed, and a sliding 5th wheel hitch. If you want an automatically sliding hitch, then you will give...
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  • As far as adapters to tow a 5th wheel trailer with a gooseneck hitch there are not a lot of options and fewer still that offer a true offset. The Ranch Hitch and Convert-A-Ball adapters with offsets actually will not provide any additional turning clearance because they do not move the pivot point of the trailer. If the hitch in your 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 short bed happens to be B&W hitch # BWGNRK1057 then you can use the Companion slider hitch in it, # BWRVK3400-5W. This hitch has 12...
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  • Will B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Fit 2016 GMC Sierra 1500 With 5-1/2 Ft Bed
  • I called my contact at B&W about your 2016 GMC Sierra with the 5-1/2 ft bed. The # BWGNRK1057 Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch is verified as a fit for your truck. They do not differentiate between the 6-1/2 and the 5-1/2 ft bed for a fit. I have attached an installation video of this hitch you can check out. You will need to make sure your measurements are correct when installing the hitch. This hitch comes with a custom installation kit that bolts to existing holes...
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  • Measurement to Drill Hole for Gooseneck Ball of 2011 GMC Sierra 1500
  • The 4 inch hole needed to install the B and W Turnoverball Gooseneck hitch part # BWGNRK1057 in the bed of your 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 short bed will be 44-1/8 inches from the rear truck bed edge. I attached a picture I took from the install instructions that shows this as well.
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  • Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 Short Bed
  • We have suspension enhancement that fits your 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 short bed and is compatible with an in-bed hitch like the B and W Gooseneck part # BWGNRK1057 that you mentioned but we do not have any Firestone options that fit. For that you'd want the Timbren kit part # TGMRCK15S. This kit fits your truck and rail kit and has the advantages of not having to run air lines or need to maintain air pressure in any of the bags.
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  • What B and W Turnover Ball will Fit a 2009 Chevy Silverado 1500 Short Bed
  • The B and W Turnover rail kit you would need for your 2009 Chevy Silverado 1500 is the part # BWGNRK1057. The one that is installed in the 2013 2500 wouldn't fit as it was designed differently. To tow a fifth wheel trailer will require a slider Companion hitch part # BWRVK3400 to allow you to make tight turns.
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  • Will The Gooseneck Hitch From My 1992 GMC Fit my 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
  • I do have a solution for you however your B&W Gooseneck 1050 # BWGNRK1050 is not compatible with your 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500. So therefore the B&W Installation Kit # BWGNRM1057 will not help you either. The centerpiece to your 1050 is compatible with Installation Kit # BWGNRM1050 and will not fit into Installation KIt # BWGNRM1057 that you asked about. The centerpiece for the 1057 installation kit is # BWGNRC959. You will need B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer...
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  • Inner Fender Clearance Troubleshooting for BW Turnover Gooseneck Hitch in 2014 GMC Sierra 1500
  • I spoke to my contact at B and W and she told me that on some vehicles the only option is to trim the inner fender. I wish I had a different option I could recommend for you like a different handle for better clearance, but at this time there isn't a product available for that purpose.
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  • Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 Towing Gooseneck
  • I have suspension enhancement I can recommend for your 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 that will work with your B and W Turnoverball # BWGNRK1057 but air bag setups are most likely going to interfere with the brackets. Instead you would want to go with a Timbren setup like the # TGMRCK15S which will fit and will work great. These also don't require you to maintain air pressure in any of the bags at any time either.
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  • How to Install B and W Slider Fifth Wheel Hitch in Bed of 2009 Chevy Silverado
  • Without knowing for sure what gooseneck hitch you have I can't really say for certain if there's a way to use a B and W Slider hitch with it. If you had a Curt EZr gooseneck hitch which uses a round ball shank hole you could use the Curt X5 adapter part # C16220 which would allow you to use the B and W Patriot Slider part # BWRVK3270 that you referenced. But if you are dead set on using a Companion Slider part # BWRVK3400 you'd have to remove the hitch you have now and install a Turnoverball...
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  • B and W Fifth Wheel Hitch and Rail Kit Recommendation for a 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 Short Bed
  • For a B and W Underbed Gooseneck Hitch Rail System you would want the # BWGNRK1057 that you referenced. The # BWGNRK1108 that you also referenced is for Ford trucks so it would not fit your 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 short bed. The hitch you would need to fit the rails would be the B and W Companion Hitch part # BWRVK3400-5W. Check out the install and review videos I attached as well.
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  • Recommended B&W Gooseneck Hitch and Air Springs Compatible with 2014 GMC Sierra 1500
  • The B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit needed for your 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 will depend on the bed size. The B&W Turnoverball # BWGNRK1007 will fit 8 foot bed and the # BWGNRK1057 will fit a 6-1/2 foot bed. With either hitch option, there are bed size specific air spring options. For a 6-1/2 foot bed, I recommend the Air Lift LoadLifter 5000 Air Helper Springs # AL57204 and for an 8 foot bed I recommend # AL57211. With these options drilling...
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  • Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for a 2015 GMC Sierra 1500 with B&W Gooseneck
  • The best option I can give you is a suspension enhancement solution that I can guarantee will not interfere with the fifth wheel rails like the # TGMRCK15S which will basically replace the bump stop to provide you with suspension support. What's nice too about this kit is that it does not require running air lines or maintaining air pressure in them. This will work well with your B and W Turnover Gooseneck Hitch part # BWGNRK1057 and would not interfere.
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  • B & W Underbed Gooseneck Hitch Rail System Recommendation for 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 Short Bed
  • For a B & W Underbed Gooseneck Hitch Rail System that is compatible with your 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 short bed you will want part # BWGNRK1057. The system you referenced, part # BWGNRK1062, fits earlier model GMC Sierra long bed trucks. This system has a gross towing weight capacity of 30,000 lbs. If you take out the turnover ball you will have complete truck bed access when you're not towing. Check out the install and review videos I attached as well.
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