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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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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 BWGNRK1067 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 - BWGNRK1067

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

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.



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Installation Details BWGNRK1067 Installation instructions

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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 Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Silverado

Today on our 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 we're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the B&W turnover ball under bed gooseneck installation kit. Part number is BWGNRK1067. Now here you can see our hitch installed of course when it's not ready for use. This is a great benefit of the under bed style gooseneck ball mounts, is that we don't have that ball that sticks up in the middle of our be taking up space, and can a lot of times be hard to work around. These are designed to sit flush with the bottom of the bed. The safety chains might be a little bit higher, but it's so insignificant it's not really going to make a difference there. And when ready for use, our ball stores right in the gooseneck so we don't have to store it or look for it.

We're going to pull the pin on the outside. That's going to take the 5/8ths diameter pin out. Rotate that right over into its stored position then release our handle. Once our handle's released, you see our ball's going to be nice and secure. Now this is a 2 5/16ths inch ball.

It's been machined from one solid piece of steel to give it superior strength, and the square design of it is going to help to reduce any rotation effect that we might have. You see it can go in either direction there, either side is going to accommodate the 5/8ths diameter pin, and whether in the upright position like we have it now or in the stored position, it offers a corners only fit once it gets down to that second layer of the head. So any dirt or debris that might build up in here is eventually just going to run out with rain. And when we're ready to flip our ball over, we're going to pull that handle out, rotate it, lock it in the open position, we'll rotate our ball, and to re-secure it, just rotate it back in the clockwise position and that 5/8ths diameter pin is going to go right through the hole. As you can see, our custom under bed installation kit does a great job with fitting right in place where it needs to. Great thing about it is we don't have to modify the frame of the vehicle at all. We use existing holes or U bolts to make our way around there, get everything nice and secure.

They're constructed of heavy duty steel, so they should offer excellent service for years to come. Now the hitch itself is going to offer a 7500 pound vertical load limit, so that's the maximum downward force the hitch is rated for with your tongue coming down on it, and then it offers a 30,000 pound gross trailer weight rating. So that'd be the total weight of your trailer and anything you have loaded into it. You of course are going to need the check your truck specifications for towing and go off of whichever of those sets of numbers will be the load. As you'll see, our safety chain connection points also come up nice and high. It's going to give us a great opportunity to connect whatever size safety chains we might have.

When not in use, the spring loaded tension is going to keep them firmly down on our bed and reduce any rattle that we might get from them. To begin our installation, we're going to be underneath the rear of the truck here. We've removed the spare tire just to make it a little bit easier to see. We're going to trim our heat shield out. You have the option to fully remove it or trim it. I think it's easier just to trim it, so we're going to cut straight across in front of these two bolts that hold it in place. That'll give it an anchor point, then we're going to do the same thing on that front channel just behind those bolts. We want to clear out area from pretty much this edge to that forward edge of the hatch here. To do it, we're going to use a high speed cutoff wheel. You can use whatever cutting tool you prefer. Now while we're down here, we're also going to take this exhaust hanger off and we're going to block it to try to push down on this exhaust a little bit. That just buys us a little bit more space here during our install, so we can get that head into position. A long screwdriver or a pry bar usually does the job. Use a little spray lubricant to help it slide off there. We're just going to use a block to kind of space that out. Now we'll get the truck bed marked where we're going to be drilling our hole. In your instructions they're going to have measurements. Whether you got a short bed, long bed you want to follow those. We're going to come from the rear edge of the truck bed forward. We want to make our mark at the prescribed distance. Now if you have like a drop in bed liner, you're better off removing that to get your hole created. If you have a spray in bed liner you need to accommodate for the extra. So if it's a 16th or if it's an 8th you need to adjust for that to keep our hole in the right spot here. We're also going to center this up side to side. We want to make sure that we have it right in the center of our truck bed. We can do that from wheel well to wheel well. Once you have your spot marked, you want to reconfirm your measurements. You only want to drill one 4 inch hole in the bed of your truck. We're going to use a center punch to mark the dead center of that mark. Now we're going to use a four inch hole saw and get that drilled out. Now we're going to clean up the edge of that hole a little bit just the kind of smooth everything out. Now we can get all of our metal shavings cleaned up, and we're going to treat this with a little bit of clear coat or spray paint just to touch up that bare metal. Now we need to buy oursleves a little bit of room here on this edge to get our crossmembers to slide in. Well really the one for the front, the triangle shape. So we've got our tire here. Right above that you're going to have one of your hat channels that go across. We need to take a small notch out of this edge. We're going to do that 2 1/2 inches toward the front of the truck from that hat channel that runs across. That'll be the center. We want that to be a half of an inch high and we want it to be about an inch and a half wide, so there to there. Going to be taking off that little triangle just like that. Now we can slide our crossmember in place. We want it to go from our frame rail here all the way over to the passenger side frame rail. We're going to move this forward. The holes, you want those on the back side of the angle as you slide it in. We'll also slide our rear right in there as well. Now once we have our crossmember in place, the hole that's closest to the driver side, we need to put one of our bolts in. Just going to kind of slide that in from the back, just like that. Then there's a little O ring in your kit bring that O ring down over that to hold it in place. It's almost impossible to get your hand in there to do this later, so got to have that done. Now this is our rear crossmember. We need to get this rotated up in position, and when we do that we want the holes to be lower. You can see they're a little bit lower on that arm. We want those to be down. If it doesn't rotate freely you can just put an adjustable wrench on it, kind of help it in position. Now on the heat shield here on the end of the gas tank, it looks as though when we put our center section into place, this is going to give us some interference, worst case scenario. Best case scenario it'll just be in our way when we work. So we're go take it off from that rounded edge or that contour. We'll remove that just with some snips here, just like that. Just be careful because that edge can be a little sharp. Just use caution with it. Now we're going to get our center section lifted up into place. This is our release handle. We want that to be towards the driver's side of the truck. You'll see how our hole is slightly offset. That needs to be towards the rear of the truck, just to give you reference. Got three holes on the front edge. This one, the one on the driver's side is going to line up with that bolt we already installed. The other two line up with the holes in our crossbar. We'll bring this in, up over our exhaust, and then work it in above our tank there, like that. Now I'm going to move that front rail to line up with that bolt. We'll put a bolt in our center hole location, put on a lock washer and also thread on one of our hex nuts. Now for the rear connection where it goes to our rear crossmember we're going to use one of our bolts with a flat washer and lock washer on it. Line up the center section with the hole in the bed and place a bolt through our holes there and thread it into that rear crossmember. Now we just want to go up top. We're going to take a quick look and see how the center section here is lining up with our hole. We can adjust it a little bit as necessary. Now here on the driver's side, if this oval shaped hole is blocked, that's part of a factory brake controller, we need to remove that by taking these two screws out. We've got one here and one here. We'll use a 10 millimeter socket. We want to save these screws because we're going to be reusing them. We have a relocation bracket for this, so . That'll clear it out of the way here so we can get our side bracket in. When we get underneath there we'll show you how to reattach it. Now we're going to move on to attaching the side plates. See how these are meant to bend out, away from the frame That's going to make it a little easier for us to get to that hardware. We've attached it with three of the short carriage bolts, then we got to put on a flat washer, lock washer and the nut. We want to leave that so it still has some adjustment. We don't want to tighten it down. This is going to help us to align our holes, get everything in position, but for now we're going to stick these two flanges up between the two crossrails. Got that in position, we'll bring one of our bolts through the front crossmember, through our plate, we'll add on a flat washer, then a lock washer and a nut. Here's the brake controller relay. We've moved it up out of the way for now. Here's our relocation bracket. You can see those two bolts are going to slide down on there. Need to take this larger bolt, place on one of our oval bushings just like that, and it's going to go through the oval shaped hole in the frame. Now up against the frame on the outside, we're going to have our large flat washer, put the bushing up in the frame, inaudible 00:12:01 bolt through it. Now on the outside of our bracket we can place on our lock washer and also our hex nut. We want enough pressure on that so that it'll keep those spacers from coming out, so that side plate should be pretty much right up against the frame. Now we'll slide the two bolts on our relay down into the two slots on that bracket, then we can get it tightened down. Now we're going to install our U bolt. Needs to come through this hole right here. As you can see, we've got some interference here with this line that runs from up by our brake controller. So we going to take it out of this hole, and we can attach it right into the hole in the side plate. Use a screwdriver or maybe a trim panel removal tool, pop that down and out. As we put this in position, we need to avoid getting it around this wire loom, so we're going to go underneath that and over our frame like that. We don't want to have these brake lines pinched or this wire loom pinched. Once we've got that through our holes, we're going to add on a lock washer and a nut on each end of the U bolt bring that wiring down, slide it right in position like we talked about. Now we're going to go do the exact same thing on the passenger side, although we don't have to worry about the relocation bracket. Now we're going to snug down and torque our hardware. We're going to start by securing our center section to our crossrails. Now we're going to move on to torquing our 3/4 inch bolts down. Do that on each side. Now we'll move on to getting our U bolts torqued down. We want to do this evenly top to bottom and follow the specifications listed. Now we'll do the same thing for our driver's side. Now we'll get the three carriage bolts tightened down appropriately. Then finally we're going to come in here, we're going to get our side plates tightened to our crossmembers. Now we can slide our release handle in over the frame rail there, and we'll bring it through the half round hole in the end of the center section. Once that's through we're going to bring it back til it lines up with the hole in that tab. We place in our carriage bolt, on the back side we've got a locking flange nut. Now we can use a 13 millimeter. We just want to tighten that down so it's snug. We don't need to overtighten it. Now we can pull out on our handle, rotate that clockwise, that's going to lock it in the open position for us. Rotate is the other way, allow that to come in, that goes into the lock. Now when we install our safety chain U bolts, we're going to have two holes here. Some are going to be a little closer to the middle, some further out. You want to choose the hole that lines up with the bottom of the corrugations so you safety chains sit down flush. In our case, it's going to be the two here a little bit closer to the middle. That's going to be on both sides. I'm going to take a half inch drill bit and I'm going to use that to mark the center of the holes. Now I'm going to use those marks and a smaller drill bit. I'm going to drill pilot holes you through, then we'll go through the top and drill down. It'll be easier to do that way. Now we just want to check the fit of our U bolts. We want to make sure that we drop through freely, that they move freely. Looks like the holes are in the right position there. A little more clear coat, we'll take care of that. We'll head down and put on our hardware. Now onto each one of our bolts we're going to place on of our springs. I'm going to thread on one of our lock nuts, and then we're going to tighten that down til about a quarter inch of threads come out underneath the nut. That's good there. We'll do that for the three remaining locations. Pull our block of wood out of there, get our exhaust hung back up, and our hitch will be ready for use. And that will complete our installation of the B&W turnover ball under bed installation kit, part number BWGNRK1067, on our 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD.


Customer Reviews

B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs - BWGNRK1067

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (880 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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2004 Chevrolet Silverado

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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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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Chevrolet

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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2002 Chevrolet Silverado

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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GMC

A very nice well built hitch. My son and I installed this hitch in 3.5 hours. The instructions were a little vague, but the video that etrailer provided for a 2001 GMC Crew Cab with a short bed, was similar to my 2003, an was very helpful. We removed the rear wheels, and had to cutout a section of heat shield, and cut a v shape in the bed. We didn't have to touch the exhaust, like the video instructed. The braces were a little tight to get in place, but weren't that difficult. We used a tractor, and chain to hold tension on the hitch while we bolted it together. All said and done, I would say make it a 2 man job, and you will be pleased with the results.... 352515



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2007 GMC Sierra

I ordered this hitch a year ago, customer service called me to verify the model of my truck and installed my self on a 2007 GMC Sierra 2500hd classic the hitch by far has been the best hitch I’ve owned. I have a 32 foot gosseneck I pull and it’s easy to hook up and holds the weight. The springs on the safety chains still work like it’s new and the best part is if I just need the bed I can pull the pin and filp the ball and have the whole bed 546170



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2004 Chevrolet Silverado

A friend recommended adding this hitch when I purchased my 5th wheel RV. It is all he said and then some. Absolutely easy to install and I'm completely satisfied with how it handles my RV. Highly recommend this hitch to anyone considering it. Great product at a great price. 438288



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The installation went smooth I had it professionally installed the gooseneck hitch and the happy jacks camper installation I did myself and the instructions were more of a guide to be in specific but I figured it out took me about three hours and I am happy with the results 757292



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Thanks for the good service. Everything fit very good. Kenny 732083



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Good product. Took me 4-5 hours to install, dunno. Maybe I'm just too slow. 713756



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From our perspective the B & W Turn Over Ball and mounting bracket is the "gold standard" for gooseneck towing. We routinely use our gooseneck trailers to tow near capacity loads of logs, machinery, and other materials. The B & W kit performs as well as the welded in place mounts we have used in the past! 704100



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I've ordered two different products from the site and I'm really impressed! The products are great. Shipping didn't take long at all. (I splurged and got the next day shipping.) I will definitely be ordering from here again. 682762



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Just got done installing this goose neck B&W hitch. It bolted up great and pretty good directions too. Kinda hard to get torque on some of the under frame bolts but that’s no fault of the product. Etrailer is excellent with fast shipping and great customer support. I’ve bought from them many times. Will use them when I buy the 5th wheel hitch that I want to add to my truck. 682113



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The product was delivered in a timely fashion And there was plenty of install videos online. 662313



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Worked well-Great. Hasn't been broken on my farm! 657945



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I'm very happy with my rollover hitch, it serves my purpose very well. Nice, clean appearance, and very strong! At 67 years old, I was able to install it myself, with the help of a come a long, a 2x4 across the bed, and a little grunt and growning. 627996



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This is very good product I wouldn't recommend anything else. It took me 6 hours by my self and 1 very rusty box but it's in and love it. 612635



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2006 Chevrolet Silverado

It’s a great product that installs very easy. The powder coat, though, is poor at best. It was already peeling off in places when I opened the boxes. I’ll probably just spray some undercoating on it. 607100



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A grate hitch!! Easy to install, fits like a glove, well made. I looked at other Mfg. and this hitch was a good price too. Very happy with it!! 606082


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Not a single problem however only used it just a couple of times.
Howard D - 02/19/2020

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Customer service was great I got my product on time it was easy to install so all in all it was a great experience thank you E trailer 602741



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2002 Chevrolet Silverado

Upon receiving the product and instructions are excellent. 601467



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2009 GMC Sierra

One year later very happy with the b&w hitch. 2009 gmc2500 install was a piece of cake. I could see how the one bolt about the fuel tank could be a pain in the rear but I installed loose when I had the box off to replace the fuel tank. Drilled hole in box and set it back on. Once lined up I tightened all the bolts and it went great. Hitch is phenomenal quality. Will get another one in my next truck. 592398



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2005 Chevrolet Silverado

GOOD SERVICE. 586605



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GREAT HITCH EASY INSTALL 578605



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WOW.... SUPER FAST SHIPPING. EASY INSTALL, AND GREAT PRODUCT. ALL QUALITY WOULD DEFINATLEY BUY FROM ETRAILER AGAIN. B&w makes a great product and easy directions. plan on using it with a B&W Companion fifth wheel hitch. 568853


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    I spoke with my contact at AirLift regarding the LoadLifter 5000 Air Helper Springs # AL57275 you have installed on your 2006 GMC Sierra. He stated that with this particular system there will not be any compatibility issues with a gooseneck hitch like the B&W Turnoverball Hitch # BWGNRK1067. The air springs mount under the frame rail while most 5th-wheel and gooseneck hitches use the sides. This gooseneck hitch is confirmed to fit your GMC Sierra and will provide a towing weight capacity...
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    The 1st generation Silverado/Sierra (1999-2006 and 2007 "Classic" model) 3/4 and 1 ton models use the same frame, but the suspension found on the 1 ton 3500 is stronger. In terms of choosing a gooseneck hitch, for the 2007 Classic 2500 (same body style as the 2006), you'd want to use the B&W Turnover Ball, part # BWGNRK1067 that you mentioned. If you don't already have a trailer connector installed in the truck bed, you can install one using part # 41157. I've linked you to install...
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    I spoke to my contact at B&W about the issues you are having with the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit part # BWGNRK1067 on your 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 3500. They informed me that the spring that encompasses the release handle is worn out which means the threshold that is needed for the handle to hold in position is compromised. In order to fix the issue B&W said to cut a few coils out of the release spring that the handle sits inside. If...
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  • Fit of B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch BWGNRK1067 in 2008 GMC Sierra 3500 Dually
    The B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch & Installation Kit # BWGNRK1067 is a confirmed fit for the 2008 GMC Sierra 3500 longbed dually. The linked video shows installation in a Silverado. Your truck must have only one crossmember above the rear axle for this kit to fit. The new bed style trucks have this feature. The written instructions are linked for your review. For a wiring harness in the truck bed you can use # 50-97-410.
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  • Availability of Rail Kit for B and W Turnoverball Fifth Wheel Hitch BWGNRK1067
    If you have the center section of a B and W Turnoverball Gooseneck hitch already but need the hitch part # BWGNRK1067 all you need for the rails is the # BWGNRM1067 which is just the rails of that hitch kit.
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  • 5th Wheel and Gooseneck Hitch Combo for a 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 3500
    Yes, an underbed gooseneck hitch like the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch part # BWGNRK1067 will work with the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs part # F2250 you have on your 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 3500. However, the Andersen Ultimate Connection 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch part # AM3200 will not work the underbed gooseneck hitch. The only 5th wheel hitch we have that will work with the B&W Turnoverball is the B&W Companion Gooseneck-to-5th-Wheel Trailer Hitch Adapter...
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    I spoke with my contact at B&W regarding the Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Hitch # BWGNRK1067 for your 2007 Chevy Silverado. He said that a driveway DIYer like yourself can expect an installation time of about 2-3 hours. All of the needed hardware and frame brackets are included with this kit. Because the brackets are custom-fit for your truck, you won't need to drill into the frame to install them. I have attached an installation video on the 2008 Silverado that you can use for reference,...
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  • Will B&W Gooseneck Install Kit # BWGNRK1062 Fit 2008 GMC/Chevy Pickup
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  • Will a Gooseneck Hitch Transfer from a 2002 to 2007 Chevy 2500HD with 6-1/2ft Bed
    There are a few gooseneck hitches that are interchangeable between the 2002 and 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD trucks, but there are some hitches out there that were updated for the new body style change in 2007. We will need to know the brand and model number of the hitch to give you a definite answer. If you find that you need a new gooseneck hitch, I recommend the B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck Hitch, # BWGNRK1067. B&W has been a top gooseneck hitch manufacturer and makes a quality product...
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  • Carton Dimensions and Weight of B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch BWGNRK1067
    B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch # BWGNRK1067 has a shipping weight of 112-lbs and the carton dimensions are 58 x 8 x 25.
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