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

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

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Get a little extra security when you are towing with Curt's double-lock, gooseneck hitch. Chrome-plated ball locks in place with two pins while towing and flips over for storage inside the hitch when its job is done. Installation kit included. Call 800-298-8924 to order Curt gooseneck part number C60712 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Curt products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Curt Double Lock, Flip and Store Underbed Gooseneck Hitch w/ Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs. Gooseneck reviews from real customers.
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Curt Gooseneck - C60712

  • 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

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


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


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

Curt Double Lock Gooseneck Hitch Operation

Curt Double Lock Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Operation

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

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

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

60652 Curt 600 Series Gooseneck Hitch Installation Kit

C60712 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details C60712 Installation instructionsC60712 Installation InstructionsAlternate Instructions C60712 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

1999 - 2000 GMC Sierra 1500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

1999 - 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

1999 - 2000 GMC Sierra 1500 - 8 Foot Bed

1999 - 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - 8 Foot Bed

2001 - 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 HD - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic 1500 HD - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2001 - 2006 GMC Sierra 1500 HD Series - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 GMC Sierra Classic 1500 HD Series - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2001 - 2006 GMC Sierra 1500 LD - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 GMC Sierra Classic 1500 LD - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2001 - 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LD - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic 1500 LD - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2001 - 2006 GMC Sierra 1500 LD - 8 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 GMC Sierra Classic 1500 LD - 8 Foot Bed

2001 - 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LD - 8 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic 1500 LD - 8 Foot Bed

2008 - 2010 GMC Sierra 2500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 GMC Sierra New Body 2500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2008 - 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 Chevrolet Silverado New Body 2500 - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2008 - 2010 GMC Sierra 2500 - 8 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 GMC Sierra New Body 2500 - 8 Foot Bed

2008 - 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 - 8 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 Chevrolet Silverado New Body 2500 - 8 Foot Bed

2001 - 2004 GMC Sierra 2500 HD - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2001 - 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic 2500 HD - 6-1/2 Foot Bed

2001 - 2004 GMC Sierra 2500 HD - 8 Foot Bed

2001 - 2006 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD - 8 Foot Bed

2007 - 2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic 2500 HD - 8 Foot Bed

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

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Video Transcript for Curt Double Lock Flip and Store Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2009 Chevrolet Silverado

Today on our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 we're going to take a look at, and also show you how to install, the curt double lock flip and store under bed gooseneck hitch with installation kit. Part number is C60712. Here's what our gooseneck is going to look like installed and not in use. That's one of the biggest advantages to the flip and store system is that we're able to use our bed completely when not in use. We're not like the old school style where we just had a ball always sticking up in the middle of the bed. When we're ready for use, we're going to pull the black rubberized protective cap off. That keeps out any dirt, grime, stuff like that.

We'll then pull our release handle on the side. Once that's released, we can grab the attached handle. You'll see our ball is going to slide right up and through. You'll see the dual holes. That's where the double lock comes in.

We've got dual 5/8th inch diameter pins that are going to slide through and that keeps our ball locked into position. This is a chrome plated ball. Two and 5/16th of inch. There's a little bit better look of that handle you can grab ahold to when you pull it out. Now, that's going to slide in. There's only one way it can slide in.

You'll see on one side we've got grooves, the other side we don't. That helps to maintain the right fitment as we put it in. Now, we'll release that handle. Our dual pins will come through the ball. As you can see, we're nice and secure there. Now, the hitch itself is going to rated for 7,500 pounds of downward force.

So we can put up to 7,500 pounds on top of the ball here. It's rated for 30,000 pounds as far as gross trailer weight rating is concerned. That's going to be the total weight of your trailer and anything that you've got loaded in it. Now, of course, you need to check out the owner's manual in your truck to figure out what its rated for and then use which ever of those numbers are the lowest. Now, when it comes time to connect your safety chain the safety chain connection points are provided. On a drop in bed liner like this, I recommend a zip tie on there. That's going to allow you to pull those up, you see Plenty of motion with them so you get your chains connected. Then, that's going to kind of pull that back down towards the floor since they're spring loaded. So, they're not going to be bouncing around and we're not going to have to listen to them as we're traveling. When we're done and we're ready to put our gooseneck up, we're going to pull our release handle, ball is going to come up, out. We're going to rotate that. Drop that right down in. Now, when we'll release that pin that allows those dual pins to come over and slide in. We'll see here something that's kind of different from most of the other goosenecks in the market. They really make this look nice. They add the chrome ring around the top here just to try to help with the appearance sake and then, of course, our cap to go over and give a nice clean look. Here's a good look at the handle operation from our wheel well. Basically out and then just a little rotation on it. That's going to have it locked in that open position. Then, just a rotate that's slightly allowing it to go right back in that locks it up. Here you can see the custom installation brackets. These are designed to mount right up to our frame with no modifications. So, no drilling or anything like that required to our frame. They connect at two points here at the end of our cross rails. It's why our center section will be connected in the middle. It's going to give us a great connection point from that center section, all the way down to our frame, making it very sturdy. For beginner installation, you'll see we've got the spare tire removed here under our truck. We're going to be just above the rear differential where the exhaust comes through and we've got a long heat shield through here. You can completely remove it if you want but we can save it in a few spots. Basically, we're going to cut a straight line across the length of the heat shield here just in front of the two bolts here. Then, we'll go up to the next hat channel there and we're going to trim it off just on this side of the bolts. So we're just going to be taking out that center section there. You can use, of course, like a saws off. You can get it in there. We're going to use a cut off wheel and just take our time with it and get it cut as straight as we can. Now, once we have that heat shield out of the way, we can get the hole taken care of. The hole we need to drill through our bed here. Now, it's easier with a painted bed or with a sprayed in bed liner. With these drop in style liners it's a little bit more of a challenge but nothing we can't get accomplished. You want to look in your instructions and depending on bed length, it's going to give you a measurement where you want to be from the rear edge of the truck bed. If you have a spray on liner that goes around this edge, you want to account for that measurement. So, we'll go right off that painted edge and up to our appropriate measurement here. We'll mark that off. What I'm going to do is cut a hole out of the bed liner here that's a little bit smaller than four inch diameter from that mark. I want to do it from the center of this middle bed rib here. Which is going to be pretty close to on this rib so, we're going to go from one rib to the other and get this cut out. Now, with that cut out, it's going to give me a lot better look at my bed here. Going to make my mark again and then, since these bed liners can move side to side we're going to have to center it on our rib here in the bed. Now, we're going to use a center punch. Just want to mark the dead center of that hole. It's time for us to grab the four inch hole saw and get that cut out. Now, once we've got the hole created, we're just going to clean it up. You can use a file or a little car inaudible 00:06:01 bit. Just clean the edge up so it's nice and smooth. Now, we can clean up any metal shavings that might remain. Now, we're going to touch up that surface with a little bit of rust preventive spray paint here. Curt has provided a small gasket, kind of like an edge, that if you choose to you can put right around there and further protect that hole. Then, you just trim off whatever excess you have. Push it firmly in place. Now, if your truck is equipped with the fender liners which is going to be the plastic material around the inside here, you're going to have a couple screws here in the front to take off. It's an eight millimeter socket. Just get these backed out. Got two in the back side kind of in the same spot. Along the top edge, we've got three push pin fasteners. We need to get those removed as well. For these, you kind of just pull out the center. We're just going to start at one corner and start pulling it out from behind the steel rim of the fender well here. Now, from the passenger side, we're going to slide the rear cross arm into position. Basically, it's going to span from this frame rail over to our other frame rail. Once it's inside of this lip, we're going to rotate it so that their holes are closer to the bottom. Now, sometimes the help of a crescent wrench will allow you to apply some pressure and get that bar to rotate. Just got to bring that towards the back for now. We're going to do the same thing for our front cross bar. The front cross bar is the one that has the two notches taken out of the bottom. You see, it's going to have this notch on both sides. Now see how that one rotates up. Now, we'll lift our center section up into position. You see our safety chain points, those needs to be towards the front. We need the whole to offset towards the rear here. Now, go in above our gas tank. All right, now we want to have this positioned so that we can actually feel the head of our hitch slide up into the hole we created in the bed of the truck. Should also be pretty close to lined up with the threaded holes in the bottom of our arm here. We're going to get these started, just finger tight for now. Now, on each of these bolts, you want a flat washer and a lock washer. Now, we'll bring our forward rail straight back to the front of the center section. You'll see how our holes are going to line up there. We'll get a bolt threaded up into each of those locations as well. Again, leaving them finger tight. Now, the main bolt for our side bracket, it's going to be going through this oblong hole. You'll see this electrical bracket right behind there that's blocking that. We're going to remove that by taking out these two bolts. These are 10 millimeter heads. When we pull those off, we're going to use these same bolts to reattach it to our relocation bracket. Well, we're inside the frame rail now. This is that bracket that we just loosened off the frame. So, bring our relocation bracket in, line those up and reattach it. This bracket is just going to slide over our three quarter inch bolt. Looks like that little tab on the bottom, we're going to have to take off. The oblong hole right here above this brake light bracket is where that's going to slide over. Just position it pretty close so when we bring that bolt through we'll be able to get it through that bracket. Now, we're going to attach the side plate to our cross arms basically the same way we did the center section, using the same hardware. I'm just going to thread these in and just want them to be finger tight. Now, if we just move that over to the frame we'll see the hole that we want our three quarter inch bolt to go through. We're going to start with just the regular flat washer on there and place it through the side plate. We're going to put on two of the washers that have the gap. When you get those both placed on there, just slide them on our bolt. Then, to take up the gap in that oblong hole we've got our spacer here. So, we place that on our three quarter inch bolt. Add all into the frame. We want to go through that electrical bracket. Now, inside the frame rail, you'll see how that spacer sits right in that gap and our electrical bracket is going to go over. Then, we thread on our inaudible 00:11:38. Now, we're going to bring our larger U bolt for the heavier dutier, the taller frames. There is a shorter one if you happen to have a 2500 with the light duty frame. We need to just work this above and below any of the electrical connectors or break lines. We don't want to wind up pinching anything so just guide it around all those. Then, they're going to slide through the two holes that are in the side plates there and we got a couple flange nuts to go in those on the outside. Once our U bolts come through we'll want to put a flange nut on those. All right, looks like we have everything started here. We'll go over to the passenger side and we'll repeat this exact same process. Only, we won't have to deal with that electrical bracket. Everything else will be just the same. Now, to get everything tightened down we start with the center section to the rails. Those are the first ones we want to snug and torch to the specifications listed in the instructions. Now, it's time for us to tighten down the side plates to our frame. We're going to start with our U bolt and then work to our three quarter inch bolt. Again, there's specific curt specifications for all of these so, make sure you get it right. Now, the last ones we'll be torching down will be the side plates to our cross rails. You can see a couple of oblong holes here in our center section. These are where our safety chains are going to go. The same on both sides here. What we need to is drill a hole up through the center in the lower part of the corrugation. So, you see there's a larger gap here than what there is here. That means this is the lower part of the corrugation. We want to drill a hole right up through the center of that. Use a paint marker there, mark the location for ourselves. Now, I'm going to use a small drill bit to go up through just to make sure it's where we want it. Then, we can drill our larger half inch hole back down from the top. By removing the exhaust hanger here closer to the back of the tail pipe we'll be able to pull down a little bit of that exhaust, give yourself a little bit more room to to get in there and make your holes. Now, see an area here where those four holes have come up through the bed liner I'm going to trim this rib off where that comes through, just so our safety chain can sit down and in there. Again, just like we did when we cut our hole. Just going to use a high speed rotary tool. All right, just want to test to make sure our safety chain goes in and out nice and smooth. We'll touch up those edges and get our other side done here. Now, under each of our U bolt legs here, we want to slide on a flat washer and one of our springs. Then, we've got another flat washer and then we follow that up with one of the nylon mocking nuts. Then, we'll tighten this down so that the threaded part of our U bolt is about even with the top edge of the nut there. Just about there. Then, we'll do that for the three remaining locations. Now, we'll take our double lock assembly. It's going to slide right in through this intersection. We're going to bring our handle up over our frame rail, through the whole that we've got right here in our side plate. Right at the second one here. Then, we'll take our compression spring and slide that on. The handle will slide into the double lock. Then, we'll just line up the hole that's in our handle here with the hole that's in our lock. Take our bolt and slide that through. That looks good so, let's put our nut on. Now, we'll get this secured even though we don't need to over tighten it, just get it snug. Now, by pulling out on our handle and rotating it clockwise our pin will be held into the open position. Now, if we rotate it counter clockwise the dull pins are going to come back through after we have our ball in place and that's going to hold everything nice and snug. If you had to remove your fender well liners, if you want to put those back in go ahead. Some trimming may be required. Also, get that spare tire back in place. Now, with everything torched down properly that's going to complete our installation on our 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500.

Customer Reviews

Curt Double Lock, Flip and Store Underbed Gooseneck Hitch w/ Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs - C60712

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (266 Customer Reviews)

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

- C60712
2004 Chevrolet Silverado

My Curt gooseneck hitch is absolutely the best on the market. It was easy to install. We did have the bed off for frame cleaning on my 2004 Chevy Silverado. I had a fold down ball originally in the bed. It froze up 6 months after installing. I love the turn over Curt ball hitch. I did have to purchase from etrailer also a 6 inch offset because my Eby Horse trailer has a square front. I would purchase from etrailer again. 590064

Works great! Its a very fine product!
Thomas w - 12/12/2019


- C60712
2000 Chevrolet Silverado

the 5 stars are for etrailer.com ! I will have to give the product just 4 for a couple reasons. quality was great, everything went according to plan, except ! they make a slight mention in the instructions to make sure to clean out the threads in the side rails. YOU HAD BETTER, run a 1/2 tap in all the holes in the side rails before starting installation . if you don't, you will really wish you had. also the instructions called for a 44 1/4 measurement from the end of the bed box on the short bed truck. 44 " would have been perfect on mine, the 44 1/4 was a little off. but 5 stars for etrailer, fast shipping, great service. 728450

- C60712

Gooseneck hitch for Silverado was delivered quickly but not inside the 2 day rush I paid for. As usual, a box was damaged and torn but nothing was missing. etrailer had the best price AND they have good videos on installation. The Curt hitch fit well and is well made. Follow the tips and run a tap through all the threaded holes BEFORE you get Midway in the job and find some difficult to get started while you are twisted around under the truck. 725524

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2008 GMC Sierra

Fairly easy to install.with 2 people. Just make sure to follow the instructions. Especially the part About cleaning the paint out of the holes. Good product! Great customer service! 547889

Still working fine after a year.
Rick - 07/30/2019


- C60712

One year later this has not bound up or had any issues. Tows great too. 427735

- C60712

This kit was easy to install, easy to follow and read instructions. Had no problems with this kit, and everything fit like advertised. I like being able to flip the ball and not have a tripping hazard in the bed of my truck when not pulling a trailer. 637509

- C60712

Arrived less than 24hrs after ordering! Very nice quality hitch,easy installation. Extremely happy with my purchase and with etrailer! 604496

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2003 Dodge Ram Pickup

Better then described.took 3 hours to install . very well built... 578949

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2003 GMC Sierra

Fast shipping. Easy to install. 414233

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2003 Chevrolet Silverado

It was fairly easy to install in my drive way on a 2500hd chevy. Seems to be a good product have pulled trailer several times with no issues. The ball is still easy to remove and reinstall. Overall happy with it. 423977

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2009 Chevrolet Silverado

After watching the etrailer installation video on youtube, I decided I could install this hitch on my own. As a first timer I was able to install this hitch and am very pleased with the result. I like the double lock and the turn over ball. When I'm not pulling my horse trailer, the ball will turn over freeing the bed for other uses. I did have questions during the installation and found the people at customer services to be extremely helpful. Especially Paula and Sammie. 468855

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2002 Chevrolet Silverado

Very happy with the Curt Gooseneck tow package that i bought. It works well and is easy to use. I will gladly continue to use e-trailer.com for towing products in the future. Thanks for the quick response and im glad it showed up at my door as quick as it did. - James Gaebe 320713

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2002 GMC Sierra

Great value, arrived in just a few days. Looking forward to installation when time permits. Install helps look good. 442950

All good..no change.
Bob R - 10/16/2018


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2003 Chevrolet Silverado

Product came with some packaging damage, and a few things were missing. I called customer service and they were very quick to resolve the problem and send me out new hardware and the missing parts. Overall a great experience and will buy from them again in the future. 494630

- C60712

Works excellent I even converted my younger pull trailers to gooseneck 569616

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Chevrolet Silverado 3500

This is the second Curt gooseneck hitch I've purchased from Etrailer. One for a '15 Chevy 3500 and one for an '05 Chevy 2500. Both arrived in 3-4 days. Both installations went very well. I'm very satisfied with the service and the quality of the hitches and installation kits. Good job, Thanks Guys! 286541

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2008 GMC Sierra

Easy install very good hitch just as good as my old b&w hitch 434973

After a year this hitch has held up great gets used daily no complaints good quality hitch and great price will never buy anything else
Eric s - 09/21/2018


- C60712

Installation was fairly painless. I have been pulling with this hitch fairly frequently and normally for long distances when I do. I have never had issues with fasteners coming loose or he ball getting loose in the socket. The only issue I have had with the hitch was the ball getting stuck in the stored position. 468238

Thank you for your review. I have contacted Curt about the gooseneck ball getting stuck in the stored posistion. They suggest to go underneath the truck and to clean and apply liberal amounts of lubricant on all of the moving parts of the underside of the gooseneck hitch. Try to pull the lever to free the ball. If the ball comes free make sure to clean the cavity where the ball is stored. This cavity can become full of dirt and grime which can cause the ball to become stuck. If you are still not able to free the ball, then you can also unscrew the chrome ring from the top of the hitch and remove the ball. Then make sure the cavity and the ball is properly lubricated with a grease such as part #L10337 before reinstalling the ball.
-- Heather A - 01/19/2018


- C60712
2008 Chevrolet Silverado

I had to leave town just before this was delivered, but my daughter told me that the shipper brought it into the house for her, as it was very heavy, and shipped in one package. I'll be gone for a month, so I'm anxious to get it installed when I return home. After watching the videos on etrailer's website, I'm confident it will be straightforward if not easy. 274348

Since installing the hitch Ive used it for up to a 24 horse trailer, full of horses. No problems, the ball still slides in and out easily hasnt rusted in place, the release lever still functions great, all systems go!
Loren L - 12/29/2017


- C60712

Great product put my under bed 5th wheel hitch in about an hour and a half. The directions could be a lot better. But it was delivered early in great shape and works awesome I will be buying more products from this company hands down the best company to deal with Michelle s was a great lady to deal with up front and honest and takes the extra steps. Thanks etrailer 515008

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2003 Chevrolet Silverado

The box was beat up very bad but nothing was missing, just too heavy for UPS to carry. The installation was a little different for me than the videos I watched, on my 2003 Silverado 1500HD the right shock and gas tank was too close to truck bed and it made putting the under bed plate in very difficult, I should have just taken truck bed off. The cross bars that the under bed plate bolted in was very hard to get bolts into even after I cleaned the bolt hole threads out and sprayed WD40 into the bolt holes. It took me by myself almost 5 hours to get it installed but I got it in last Saturday, I will never do this again. 514983

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2005 GMC Sierra

Great product and perfect fit for my 2005 GMC Sierra duramax. I just purchased a Montana fifth wheel and wanted to still be able to use the bed of the truck without taking a heavy hitch in and out and breaking my back. The hitch arrived really fast and the boxes were in pretty good shape and I was only missing one washer from a torn parts bag. I was able to install the hitch that weekend with help of the directions and how to YouTube video. The only issue I had was that the video stated the crossbar with the notch went to the rear while the directions showed it going to the front. It definitely goes to the front and was pretty obvious when installing it. I didn’t have any real issues with the install and it looks great and hides away nicely leaving a clean flat bed. I look forward to hauling my fifth wheel real soon. 497865

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

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


- C60712

I ordered the curt gooseneck for my 2005 duramax mainly because I want to get me a bigger goose neck trailer to be able to make a camper/ toy hauler combo plus I can haul a dump trailer and campers with out borrowing a truck now . Anywho strainers website has tons of info so I could make the purchase knowing it will be what I needed. The hitch arrived really fast boxes were in great shape, and a week later I finally got the chance to install the directions and how to video made it really simple I didn’t have any issues with the install and it looks great and hides away nice I will be hauling with it really soon 480714

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2006 Chevrolet Silverado

Seems good quality, arrived in 2 days. The only thing I noticed was installing it on a silverado 3500 the fuel tank is in the way. It goes with some persuasion but would have been much easier to lift the box about 4 inches after drilling the hole, install hitch, and then set box back on. 737741

- C60712

I installed the Curt Goose Ball hitch in my 2001 Chevy Silverado. It works great and I pulled a 36 ft. Fifth Wheel over 4500 miles last summer I did not install it myself as you really need a hoist and I was not going to block the pickup up, you are working under the pickup thru the rear fender wells and inside the bed. A Great product and a reasonable price. 728634

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