Curt EZr Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs

Curt EZr Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs

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The chrome-plated ball on this gooseneck hitch locks in place with 2 pins for extra security. When you're done towing, flip the ball over and store it inside the hitch, freeing up your truck bed. Innovative center locator eases installation. Call 800-298-8924 to order Curt gooseneck part number C60683 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Curt products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Curt EZr Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs. Gooseneck reviews from real customers.
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Curt Gooseneck - C60683

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

The chrome-plated ball on this gooseneck hitch locks in place with 2 pins for extra security. When you're done towing, flip the ball over and store it inside the hitch, freeing up your truck bed. Innovative center locator eases installation.


Features:

  • Heavy-duty underbed hitch lets you tow your gooseneck trailer
  • Double-lock system provides added security with 2 pins holding ball in place instead of 1
  • Chrome-plated hitch ball easily removes when you're not towing for complete access to your truck bed
    • Ball flips over and stores upside down in hitch for easy access
  • Chrome ring surrounds the hitch ball hole to provide a tight, low-profile look
  • Comfort-grip handle can be positioned on either side of truck bed
  • 5/8" Thick, spring-loaded safety-chain hookups are built in
  • Zinc plating provides superior corrosion resistance for locking mechanism
  • Rubber cover keeps grime out of ball hole when ball is stowed
  • Carbide black powder coated steel is durable and corrosion resistant
  • Easy, one-person installation with included custom mounting kit
    • 4" Hole in bed is required
    • Center locator helps eliminate drilling errors
      • No need to measure where ball hole will go in truck bed
      • Orange shavings appear when you've drilled far enough so that you know when to stop
    • No welding required
    • Truck bed does not need to be removed
  • Adapter plate (C16220 - sold separately) allows for 5th-wheel towing
  • Offset hitch ball (C602 - sold separately) creates additional space between truck cab and trailer


Specs:

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


Curt EZr Double Lock Gooseneck Hitch Operation

Curt EZr Double Lock Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Operation

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


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


Curt Center Locator Tool

Curt Center Locator for Double Lock Gooseneck Trailer Hitch

The innovative center locator tool included with this gooseneck trailer hitch is designed to make installation fast and easy by eliminating the need to measure where the ball hole must be cut into your truck bed. Once you have the custom installation kit in place and the gooseneck hitch is properly attached to the rails, the bright orange locator will help you to finish installation.


Curt Center Locator for Drilling Pilot Hole

Use the hole at the center of the locator to line up your 3/16" drill bit, and drill up from beneath the bed to create a pilot hole. This pilot hole will be your guide as you cut the 4" diameter ball hole into your truck bed.


Curt Center Locator for Drilling Ball Hole in Truck Bed

When you begin cutting through your bed, the locator will act as a trim shield, ensuring that you don't drill too deep. Continue cutting from the top of your truck bed until orange shavings appear. Once you see these shavings, you've gone far enough. The center locator can be easily removed from the hitch once installation is complete.



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This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2011 - 2014 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty 6-3/4 Foot Bed without OEM Prep Pkg

2015 - 2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty 6-3/4 Foot Bed without OEM Prep Pkg

2015 - 2016 Ford F-350 Super Duty 6-3/4 Foot Bed without OEM Prep Pkg

2011 - 2014 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed without OEM Prep Pkg

2015 - 2016 Ford F-250 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed without OEM Prep Pkg

2015 - 2016 Ford F-350 Super Duty 8 Foot Bed without OEM Prep Pkg




Video of Curt EZr Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs


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




Video Transcript for Curt EZr Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2013 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super

Speaker 1: Today in our 2013 Ford F250, we're going to be installing Curt's Ezr Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck, part number C60683. And this is what our hitch is going to look like when it's installed. All the railing's going to be hidden completely underneath, so you're only going to be able to see the ball sticking out of the top, and our safety chain loop. And our ball can be stored upside down when not in use to help maximize the usability of your truck bed. And now you've got full bed access while your Gooseneck hitch is installed.This Gooseneck hitch is going to allow you to hook up your Gooseneck trailer. What's great about Gooseneck trailers over your conventional hitch mounted trailer in the back, is that it places the load over the top of your axle, bringing it over the center and allowing you to haul more of a giant load.

With capacities of 7.500 pounds for the tongue weight, which is the force going down on top of the receiver here. And 30,000 pounds gross towing capacity, which is how much you can pull behind it.It uses a double locking pin technology. So it's held into place by not only one pin, but a second pin here for added extra security. What's great about two pins, on a singular pin you can have rotation but on two pins, it locks it more steadily in place. The release handle actuates and releases the double locking pins.

And the handle can be installed either on the passenger or driver side. Then you can pop on your rubber cap, and that'll keep any dirt, grime, and moisture from getting down where your hitch ball is, causing any corrosion and gumming things up.We've got our handle installed on the drivers side and it's located here just behind your tire. So it's tucked away where you won't even see it but easily accessible from the side of your truck bed. It's got a rubber grip on it to make it easy to grab and also easier on your hands. When pulled all the way out, you can give it a small twist counterclockwise, and that'll lock it in place, holding it open, making it easy to install your hitch ball, flip it over from it's storage position to the use position, or vise-versa.The easier hitch technology offers a template that goes in your hitch when your installing it.

What's great about this template is that you can install the hitch completely before you drill any holes and then use that template to drill the holes up from underneath. You can even just make pilot holes, then drill it from the top. This way your holes are going to be perfectly centered in the right location every time without having to do a bunch of tedious measuring. And the offer of drilling those small pilot holes, means you don't have to worry about a bunch of shavings coming down you when you're underneath the bed drilling. You can just make the small holes and do all the drilling at the top, taking out the heavy labor.So if you're comparing this under bed hitch to other styles, one of the best things about this one is that easier technology.

It kind of takes away some of that worry. All that measuring that you may not get it right, it can kind of add to stress. This makes it such a nice, easy installation, stress-free.The ball has chrome plated bezel that'll install around it. This will just help you to get a better look when it's installed and an overall professional quality finish. It also secures it in there nice and snug right here at the top of the ball, giving it a larger point of contact. Our safety chains are held in on each side and they're spring loaded underneath. Since they're spring loaded, when you got them hooked, they're up into position. Once you unhook and let go, they snap right back into place, flush against the bed.And to increase the versatility of this hitch, you can also get an offset hitch ball which will create additional space between the cab of the truck and the trailer, using part number C602. And you can purchase an adaptor plate which allows for inaudible 00:03:49 towing with part number C16220.You will receive a piece of trim rubber, it can be placed around the hole that you cut out here. This is a four inch diameter hole and this will help just give it a cleaner look. Now if you've already got a spray in bed liner, it may not fit properly. We've got that spray in bed line here, it does work but it's very tight so we've opted to not use it as it looks good anyway with it's chrome ring.And while this under bed hitch is installed, it won't impede other accessories that you can install on your truck such as airbags, and sumo springs. If you've got that big heavy trailer on there, and you may need to upgrade your suspension to properly haul it, you still have the option to get all of those accessories as they'll work with our under bed hitch.The under bed hitch is constructed of a solid steel with a inaudible 00:04:37 powder coat finish to help resist against corrosion. And your ball has a chrome plated finish to also help prevent against corrosion.We'll begin by removing our spare tire, that's going to give us a little extra room to see as well as maneuver underneath the vehicle. Once you've got your spare tire down, we're going to start underneath the vehicle just in front of your rear axle. Under the bed here you'll see a heat shield that is stuck to the bottom of the bed. We're actually just going to pull this right off, it's in our way and it cant' be there. It'll prevent it from sitting flush against the bottom of the bed, which we don't want. And we'll just pull that down and we won't be reinstalling it.We'll now slide our rails in. It doesn't matter which side you start on but you'll want to slide it in at the low part of the frame. Slide it all the way across. Once you get so far, you may need to get underneath to help guide it the rest of the way as the weight wants to tip down on that side. Once you've got it in, we're going to slide it back towards the rear. Now you might get snug up a little bit here on the shock on the passenger side. You can use a pry bar to get it over the top of that. You may need to go from side to side to work it back, it's pretty long and heavy.We're now going to slide our other rail in. Now it is important that when your sliding these rails, that the ends with the holes are going to be facing each other. So our rear rail here, you see we've got a holed end facing towards the front. Put this bracket in the back, we're going to slide this one in just opposite with the holes facing towards the rear. And this, we're just going to move it back just a little bit, we don't want to go all the way to the rear. So we're just going to get it on the other side of our shock, then we're going to leave it there for now.We're now going to put our center section into place. But before we lift it up, we need to make sure that we put our locator tool and slide it right in the top. It should be in there nice and easy, be able to rotate. And we'll be using that to drill our holes at a later point. But we won't be able to install it so we need to make sure it's there now.We're now going to lift our center section into place. We're going to make sure that the locator for the handle is on the drivers side. That's the tap that you'll see sticking out the bottom. Once you've got it up there, take your half inch by one and a half inch carriage bolts, slide it through the backside towards the back rail. You'll want to do this with two carriage bolts. And then you can use the quick push nuts that come with it told help on it on or you could just throw a nut on the other side, whichever one you find easier and quicker. I personally prefer the nut, I think it's a little more secure and it's just as easier as the push on pins. If you did decide to use the push on retainers, you want to make sure the serrated edges are away from your bar here and they would just crush down by your nut.Once you've got a couple bolts started in the rear, we'll take our front bar and we're going to work it back. Then we'll take our center section, line it up with the holes in our rail for the front. Slide our carriage bolt through, this is the same size as we did with the rear. And we'll thread our flange nuts on this side as well. Now we've got two bolts in on each side, we're going to go back and fill in any of the remaining holes. So we have two left on the front and two left on the rear, should be a total of four bolts and nuts on each side.We're going to install our side rails next but the bolt that holds it on is going to be located right here. Goes to this hole. And our hoses here are in the way. We don't want to smash those or cause any damage to them. So we're going to need to pop the little plastic retainer out of our frame. You can do this with a trim inaudible 00:08:58 or remover tool or a pair of needle-nose pliers. Now we can move it away, install our bolt in there and we can put this back on over top of it.Here's our drivers side side frame piece. We're going to take a half inch carriage bolt and a half inch spacer. We're going to put it through this hole right here. You need to come from the inside out. So I'm going to reach around and feed that bolt in. Now we've got that thread through, we'll want to keep a little pressure on it. Grab yourself a half inch nut, we'll slide our bracket over it and start our nut on it. We don't need this tight for now, just want to get it on there to hold it in place. So just a few turns is just fine.This brackets going to swing up and it needs to go between our center section here. So we've got it a little bit to far to the rear so we'll just adjust that now to bring it forward. It is a little heavy so it is possible to do it by hand but I prefer to just use a pry bar. Stick it in there and just pry it forward. If anything else, go back and forth from one side to other so it doesn't cock sideways. Now our side bracket fits between our center section like it needs to and our holes line up there. There's a hole here at the top that you can just put anything through just to help keep it held up. So you can use that to your advantage if you doing this by yourself. You can also tighten up that inaudible 00:10:43 nut a little bit just to help as best you can to keep things in place for you.Now we'll take the largest bolts that come in our kit and the black spacers, slide it over those, and those are going to feed through the frame and this hole here from the inside out. Make sure you don't pinch your hoses, that's why we remove that piece before so we could get this through without pinching them. Now we can thread our nut on the other side. We're still going to leave all of our hardware loose as we may need to make some minor adjustments when we put on the other sides bracket.So we have similar hardware. We're going to use the same large bolt with black spacer and half inch carriage bolt with flange nut. There is no spacer for the small bolt on this side as it's going to go down through that there. So we'll get our bracket into position. It needs to line up with the large hole here, may need to move it a little bit to get those to line up. We'll bring our large bolt with spacer on it from the back side. Bring it through and thread our large nut onto it.We'll be using the shortest bolt that comes in our kit. You want to be careful because it's not much shorter to drop down on our passenger side. This bolt will go up top and it'll drop down through the hole here. It'll go through both the bracket and the frame. And on the bottom side, we're going to use of our small flange nuts to thread onto it, it's a half inch size. We'll now take the medium size carriage bolts, which is five-eights size. We're going to slide on the corresponding spacer that they fit into. Slide them from the inside of our side bracket through the side of the railing that goes across. And thread one of the matching nuts on the other side. We'll then do the same thing for this hole here as well as the two holes that are in identical locations on our bracket on the other side.We'll now go back and tighten up all of our hardware. All of your smallest bolts, which is the half inch size, we'll tighten down with a three-eights socket. The five-eights bolts, which are the medium size ones, we'll tighten down with a fifteen-sixteenth socket. And the largest bolts, which are three-quarter inch, we'll tighten down with a one and one-eight inch socket. Then go back and torque all of your hardware to the specifications in your instructions.Now we'll drill up into our center hole here. The orange bracket that we installed earlier when we put our center carriage up is our guide to drill our hole. We use a three-sixteenth drill bit to drill up through the center of that to make our pilot hole. We'll then need to drill out our holes for our safety chains. Those are going to be located in these slots here closest to our center section. We want to stay towards the outside of the hole. We're going to drill that out with five-eighths drill bit. What we want to do is, first, is to just use our five-eighths drill bit to mark a pilot hole. We're going to mark one in each spot and we'll drill it out with a smaller drill bit. We've marked each hole on each side. We're then going to drill out those holes we marked using the same three-sixteen drill bit we used to make a pilot hole here. That'll make it a lot easier to drill our larger holes as we can do them from the top going down through our pilot holes.We'll now use our four inch hole saw to drill down to the center of our center hole. Some lubrication can help it cut better. Now once you get all the way through, you'll see our center locator here. We can just pull that out. Now we'll use our five-eights drill bit and drill out our safety chain holes here. Little bit of lubricant, again, will help it drill a little better. After you've drilled your holes, verify that they line up and that it drops down. Now if it's to tight, you may need to step up to a slightly larger drill bit in order to get them to fit. Then you can drill out your other side. Once you've enlarged them a little bit, verify that they drop down in each hole. We can clean up all of our shavings here. And we'll use some clear coat to just cover up those holes to help prevent any corrosion from occurring.We'll now drop our safety chain loops down on each side. On each of our safety chain U-bolt ends that are sticking out of the bottom here, we're going to place a flat washer on, followed by one of the larger diameter spring washers. These are shorter in total length then the other spring that comes in your kit. Another flat washer, and the locking nut. We'll do the same for the remaining three.Then you'll tighten down each nut until it's flush with the bottom of the bolt. We're going to use a fifteen-sixteen socket to tighten these down. We'll now take our handle, we're going to feed it from the outside though the hole in the side of our bracket, towards the inside. Feeding it through the holes here as well. You'll take the locking bolts here. These are going to slide into our center section. You want to make sure you've got the hole here located at the top.Then back on our rod, we're going to place on a flat washer, it's followed by the longer smaller diameter spring and another flat washer. You'll then line the hole up in your rod with the hole going through the side of the lock bolt here. Take the small long bolt that comes in the kit, go through both the locking bolt and your rod and thread the lock nut on the other side. We'll then tighten them down using a seven millimeter wrench and socket. If you don't happen to have a seven millimeter wrench, you can use an adjustable wrench to hold one side while you tighten down the other. And then put up your spare tire.We'll now install the chrome ring that goes around the top of our center section here. And you'll use the Allen head bolts here to secure it. You'll then tighten those down using a 3.5 millimeter Allen hex bit. Then just drop your ball in, lock in place with your lever and you're good to go.And that completes our installation of Curtz Ezr Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck on our 2013 Ford F25.


Customer Reviews

Curt EZr Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs - C60683

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (19 Customer Reviews)

The chrome-plated ball on this gooseneck hitch locks in place with 2 pins for extra security. When you're done towing, flip the ball over and store it inside the hitch, freeing up your truck bed. Innovative center locator eases installation.

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fit just as it should 729682



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Great job shipping very fast will continue to buy from thank you for easy ordering looks like a great product will sends pic when I get it on the truck 600286



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Fast Order and Delivery 609017



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Fast shipping arrived undamaged 554440


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It’s is working great and holding up very well. I use the hitch every weekend.

Christopher - 08/16/2019

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The hitch works fine and was easy to install. Everything fit well with one exception. The rod that locks the ball in place from the wheel well is too short. I expect it is the wrong rod for the 2013 Ram pickup. I made an attempt to contact etrailer to get another, but failed to contact anyone. Can you put me in contact with someone who can assist me in getting a replacement? 602101


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I contacted Curt and they wanted to make sure you did not install the handle facing up and it is hitting the inner fender. The handle should be down on these.

-- Heather A - 02/25/2019

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installation took us about 4.5 hours total on Dodge Ram 2500 2006. removed both wheel well covers, and wheel tire assembly to get torque wrench on large bolts. why the big spacers, leave little bolt in nut contact? Product seems solid... 459060



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GREAT Service. Received a phone call on the same day as the order to confirm the order. Even down to where it was to be left. Several e-mails letting me know the progress. Received it in 3 days after the order. One day was Sunday so i guess it doesn't count. All the parts are there. I do have an issue with UPS. The instructions on the label says LOT # 2 Montana. They left it at the entry house instead. Having a dislocated arm and loading and unloading was not good. They need to work on that. Yes the camper can be easily seen from the house. Can't wait to get it in. Thanks 479849


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Installation was great and easy. Has performed as advertised

Daniel J - 02/28/2019

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Installed on a 2002 Ford f250 short bed. this was very easy to install just as specified I chose to remove my 5inch exhaust to make for more room and easier install but it went in smooth and the exhaust went back in with around 1 inch of room to spare so not much modification. The only problem that I have ran into is for some odd reason when I hook up our gooseneck trailer the tongue weight brings the suspension down enough that the side plates actually hit the u-bolt studs that hold the leaf springs to the axle. So idk what’s going on with that but not real happy about it I’m going to have to cut my u-bolts down some in order for it to be able to ride smoothly otherwise the bracket hits the u-bolts every time you hit a bump and it doesn’t sound pleasant at all. Not sure if it’s just this hitch or other ones that do it but the side plates have an edge that sticks out and it’s slamming off of the U-bolts. 610293


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I spoke with the folks at Curt, and they were wondering if your truck had the original suspension. If the suspension on the truck is worn, it will sit lower and could cause the issue you describe.

-- Mike L - 03/05/2019

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Haven’t had a chance, but to bring the box inside. It was pretty torn up started to check the box for missing parts. But the speed for delivery was great. The product look to be undamaged. 592224



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Fit great and easy to install. Took about Three hours to install with help inside the bed to hold center section up. The horses much prefer a ride in the trailer than walking twenty miles. 603127



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All I can say is WOW. In two days I received the Curt EZr Double Lock Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Installation Kit. I plan on using this Gooseneck with an Anderson 5th Wheel hitch. I haven't installed it yet but I do plan on installing very soon as we have purchased a 5th wheel Travel Trailer. As soon as it is installed, I will post some pics. Again, I cannot believe it arrived in two days. 381770



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The hitch was received in a very timely matter, ordered then three days it arrived. FAST! I didn't install immediately.... about three days went by... After work I tried to read the so call instructions and started assembly... start time 3:30 pm end time 8:30pm had all but the latch and rod handle and springs to install. I did that the next day. Bolting the receiver part under the bed was definitely a TWO PERSON job or at least with some kind of blocking or jack may be used... As far as the total receiver bolting and receiver installation, *follow the instruction* it's really laymans terms and pics help tremendously! It does get very frustrating putting the ball pin rod in the ball pin... If I may suggest, in your companies instruction advising to inform the installer to use needle nose locking pliers to clamp the spring back in front of the 3/8" washer on the hitch rod WHILE installing the small little bolt into the hitch pins! This way, It gives the installer adequate adjustment to have to install the hitch rod and pins since one can hardly see the hole if they are aligned or not. Other than that little difficult issue, It was pretty smooth and easy... (just alot of struggling and dirt) if you don't mind... Very pleased with this product!! 544221



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The hitch itself seems to be of good quality, well made, and there was no need to raise the bed of the pick up. Still, when it was delivered the box seams were open, the big parts were banging around, and the plastic bag containing all the small parts had broken open and the parts strewn about the interior. The ups guy and I picked up all the parts we could find on the driveway and thankfully I only had to make a couple of trips to the hardware store to buy what was lost. Had one of the custom pieces been lost, the 2 hour installation would have stretched into weeks. As it was, without a hoist and air tools it did take a couple of days. The video on this site was of immense help as the printed instructions were all too brief. I would suggest that the video incorporate wide shots periodically so the viewer can orient to the truck before going in for close ups. Finding a 5/8" hole saw was no easy task either but I did find one eventually. As always, its never as easy as it looks on TV. 567414



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The trailer hitch was very well made and durable. It was delivered within two days. Unbelievable! The representative who assisted me was great. Price was right. 721977



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Easy to install and works as expected. 695676



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Fairly easy to install. Instructions were a little difficult to follow but the diagram of the hitch and how it goes together made it easier. The company was very easy to work with. I would recommend this product and company to anyone! 677772



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Fit perfect was easy installation 635058



- C611-624
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Easy install, although since this is a dual pin lock on the hitch ball, there's no alternative hitch balls available that can work with offsetting or using a different 5th wheel hitch, such as the B&W Companion. 628761



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Excellent customer service and supper fast shipping 603172



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Great hitch. Its the first one I ever installed. The directions were clear and simple. I had the hitch installed in less than 3hrs working on the ground in my driveway. Would definitely buy again or recommend. 284879


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