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Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs

Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs

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Remove the ball on this gooseneck hitch and store it upside down inside of the hitch to get full use of your truck bed when you're not towing. Wheel-well-accessible handle makes it easy to engage and disengage. Custom installation kit included. Call 800-298-8924 to order Draw-Tite gooseneck part number 9464-57 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Draw-Tite products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs. Gooseneck reviews from real customers.
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Draw-Tite Gooseneck - 9464-57

  • Draw-Tite
  • 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

Remove the ball on this gooseneck hitch and store it upside down inside of the hitch to get full use of your truck bed when you're not towing. Wheel-well-accessible handle makes it easy to engage and disengage. Custom installation kit included.


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
  • Locking pin on end of handle goes all the way through ball shank to secure it in place
    • Conveniently access handle at rear driver's-side wheel well
  • Round sleeve and round shank on hitch ball provide a tighter fit than square design
    • Reduces rattle and boosts durability
  • Spring-loaded safety-chain hookups are built in
  • Magnetic cover protects ball hole from dirt and grime
  • Chrome-plated hitch ball resists rust
  • Black powder coated steel resists corrosion
  • Tested to VESC-19 specifications
  • Simple installation with included custom mounting kit
    • No drilling, welding, or bed removal required
    • 3-1/2" Diameter ball hole and (4) 9/16" diameter U-bolt holes must be cut into bed


Specs:

  • Gross towing weight:
    • Hitch head is rated for 30,000 lbs
    • Installation rails are rated for 25,000 lbs
  • Vertical load limit:
    • Hitch head is rated for 7,500 lbs
    • Installation rails are rated for 6,250 lbs
  • Ball size: 2-5/16"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Ball Displayed

The Hide-A-Goose gooseneck trailer hitch works to meet your heavy-duty towing needs while still allowing you to get full use out of your truck bed. The hitch installs beneath your vehicle to create a low-profile look. Even the safety-chain holders sit flush against your truck bed to take up as little room as possible. The ball easily secures in the hitch with a reinforced locking pin that is operated by a handle that installs in your truck's rear wheel well.


Handle and Storage

This hitch is called the Hide-A-Goose because of its convenient ability to hide the ball when you're not towing. To remove the ball, just pull the handle in the wheel well until it latches in the open position. Remove the ball, flip it upside down, and drop it back into the ball hole of the hitch. Then pull the handle again to release it from the open position and reengage the locking pin to secure the ball in the stowed position.


Magent Cover

Once you secure the ball in the stowed position inside the hitch, use the magnetic cover to conceal the ball hole. This cover prevents dirt and debris from getting into the ball hole. This will prevent buildup that could cause the ball to seize up in the hitch.



9464 Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Head

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Installation Details 9464-57 Installation instructions

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Video of Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with 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 Draw-Tite Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2012 Ram 2500

Today on our 2012 Ram 2500, were going to be taking a look at and installing the Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part number 9464-57. You could see that our Hide-A-Goose has a protective cover thats going to go over the top once you dont have it in use. Its going to be tucked down on the inside, and all we go to do is pull out the handle, lift it up, flip it over, and drop our pin back in place. Once our pin is locked in, were going to have a 25,000-pound towing capacity with 7,500 vertical weight limit, and a 2-5/16-inch bolt. Your safety tie-downs would be on either side, and its going to be secured with a 3-1/2 plate that goes down and secures to our frame of our vehicle. Now, you see on the drivers side, youll have your handle operation with plenty of room to grab it from either side. Pull out and rotate it.

You can set it off to the side, so you can flip your ball over, and simply slide it back in. Once its locked in, it wont come out, unless you pull on it. First thing well need to do in our installation is lower down the exhaust. Theres going to be 3 to 5 hangers that you will need to lower. Theres going to be one located here above this bracket, and two up here in front of the muffler. Well go ahead and place our cam buckle strap as an added safety measure, so the exhaust doesnt fall down completely.

Go ahead and tighten it up to where it will catch it when it comes down. Now, well get some spray lubricant and spray our exhaust hanger isolators. Theres going to be one located on each side of the muffler. On the back side of the exhaust hanger, youre going to have your retaining clips. Go ahead and pry those off, and then you should be able to slide the exhaust hanger rubber piece right off. It looks like were going to have another one that were going to need to remove just in front of the other two that we just removed right before the cat.

Spray down a little lubricant, and were going to continue to remove the exhaust isolators, one located here, and then theres also another one located right in front of it here until that exhaust drops down, so we can access the back frame of the vehicle with ease. Now, were going to go ahead and lower down the spare tire. Rotate the in-cap to the side, and press it back. Now, for an easier installation, go ahead and remove the spare tire heat shield. This will make it easier for when were placing the cross pins for the Hide-A-Goose. Youre going to have 3 bolts, and youre going to have to get two from the inside here as well as the two located right here. Now, were going to go ahead and set the heat shield off this side, so it can be reinstalled after were done.

Two things now that are going to make it easier for us to get in there and see everything, and tighten down the hardware is one is going to be to remove the inner fender well, and then two, more of those bolts here. Lets go ahead and get an extension to get those. Now, were going to go ahead and repeat that same process on the passenger side, and then well come back, loosen up and remove the rear tires. Well go ahead and pull back this inner fender well, and drop it out, so we have better access to the frame underneath the bed. If any of the fasteners fall off, go ahead and make sure you snap those back in place. Now, for better access to this space, its going to be to remove this little ground strap here. Well just unbolt it, and then press it back through just to give us a little bit more space under here to work our cross members. Note that this is only going to be a temporary removal, and then well place it back after were done. Next thing well go ahead and do is place our rear cross member in, which will look like this. Youll first take the threaded side with the plates, tilt it down towards level, and place it in first towards the drivers side. Once you get it up in, go ahead and rotate it back around, and slide it back. Now, well go ahead and slide up in our next one. Again, its going to be the reverse way as the other one. We dont really have a whole lot of room to work it in here, so we need to get this bracket that weve already placed in to lay up flat, so weve got a little bit more room to work and were not festered around with it. What well do is well go ahead and put a clamp up just to help keep it in place, and well work it around, and get it up in there. Once we have it up in, well slide it over, and then rotate it up into the same spot as the other one. Go ahead and remove that clamp, and now, well move on to the next step. Well go ahead and place it on our frame brackets on the outside, lining them up with the 2 threaded bolts on the other side. Youll take your 2-frame bracket, place the cut up or on this piece here, lining up the hole, and on the backside, well do the same thing, lining up that back hole. Once you have it through, well go and place on that flat washer, lock washer, and 5/8-inch hex nut. Now, well go ahead and do the front side as well, placing the hardware on like we did before. Well go ahead and repeat that same process on the passenger side. Go ahead and place your front and new 00:07:18 bracket around the frame into location. If you need to, you can pop out the fasteners that are securing the lines on the backside. Once you have it squared, well go ahead and take our -inch nut and -inch conical tooth washer, placing the teeth side of the conical tooth washer over the top of the bolt, and then threading on our -inch hex nut. Now, well go ahead and move to the backside of it, and do this back bracket. All right. Now, well go ahead and repeat that same process on the passenger side. Now that we have our frame brackets loosely installed, well go ahead and place through our fish wire to drop in our block and extra-alignment bolt back here, so were going to need to slide it back a little bit. Once we have it slid back, well go ahead and place our fish wire in with the coil towards this side, running it back towards the back of the vehicle down the frame, and coming out the bottom hole here. Once you have it out the hole, well go ahead and place in our spacer block, and our carriage bolt will actually sit through that, so we can fasten the conical tooth washer and the hex nut on the bottom side, so well place our block through, being careful not to pull in the other side. Then, well thread on our carriage bolt on to the coils, and pull it up and through, pulling it back out the bottom side up here. Pull off the fish wire. Place your conical tooth washer over the top. Press against the side if you need to, to hold it in place, and then thread on your hex nut. Once you have it started, well go and move over to the other side to get it aligned as well. Now, before we get everything tightened down, were going to go ahead and reattach our ground wire, so we dont forget. Well go ahead and tuck it back over the top just as it was before. Now that we have the side rail frame brackets and the cross members temporarily installed, were going to come back up here in the bed of the truck, so we can drill our hole through the bed. Now, keep in mind that for your bed liner, youre going to have to add that distance as well where you make your measurement. For a 6-foot bed, its going to be 44 inches, and for an 8-foot bed, its going to be 46. Also, were going to need to get our center to center, and then find that location. With our bed liner, were going to add a sixteenth of an inch, and then were going to measure from the side here. In between the fender wells, well go ahead and mark that measurement with our paint pen. Once we have it marked, well go ahead and get that 44-inch measurement again with that added sixteenth of an inch to get our center. Now that you have that center, well take a -inch drill bit and drill our pilot hole. Now that we have our pilot hole drilled, well now measure out our Hide-A-Goose hitch hole, and then use a hole saw to drill it out to its final diameter size. Go ahead and insert your pilot bit down in the hole that we already drilled. Slowly start your hole. Now, were going to go ahead and come to the bottom side where we have the cross members. Were going to take our 5/8-inch carriage bolts and place them through before we rotate it up to place in our Hide-A-Goose. Youll place the carriage bolts on the outermost square holes from the topside. Now, well go ahead and place our Hide-A-Goose in the hardware. Remember that the heighted 00:12:10 hitch hole will go towards the front bracket of the vehicle. Once we have the hardware through the front 2 holes, well go ahead and get an extra set of hands to help us thread it on. Spin the other bracket into place. Now, go ahead and take the conical tooth washer with the teeth towards the plate. Go ahead and fasten your 5/8-inch hex bolt to the end. All right. Now with all four in place, were then going to drill our 5/8-inch hole through the inner slot holes located here and here, but well go ahead and start with the smaller bit and gradually increase it in size till we get to our 5/8-inch diameter. Now, well go ahead and place our carriage bolts through the holes that we just drilled in the top bed, making sure that theyre down on the inside of the corrugation in a lower part. Now, down here on the bottom side, you can still see that everything is loose as far as our bolts go. Were going to place that conical tooth washer over the top of the carriage bolt that we just passed through. Thered be a little bit of thread, and go ahead and place on that 5/8-inch hex nut. Well go and leave the 2 5/8-inch hex bolts loose on the bottom side, so we can adjust our head. All right. Now, well go ahead and tighten down all of our bolts on the bottom side. Now, well start off by torqueing the -bolts here on the frame bracket and U-bolts to manufacturers specifications first. Now, well go ahead and repeat that on the other side. Now, well go ahead and torque down our cross members to the frame brackets. Now, well go ahead and torque down our hitch to our cross member brackets to manufacturers specifications. Now that we have our hitch torqued down, well go ahead and drill the 9/16-inch holes through the bottom side of the corrugation on the inner most side of the hitch. This will allow for our U-bolts to drop down from the top to use our tie-downs. Now, well go ahead and take our U-bolts, place them downwards and through. Now, well go ahead and take our flat washer, place it over the U-bolt, place our spring on next, and then our nut on the bottom side. Well go ahead and repeat that for the other three. Now, well go ahead and tighten down our nuts until the nut is flushed with the bottom side of the U-bolt. Now, well go ahead and place our orange piece over the end of the handle and down to give us better grip on our handle. You want to leave this side open that has a single hole and a slight bend. This side will go through, attaching to the pin. Line up the holes, and place in your clip. Once you have the clip in, were good to go ahead and close it up, and open it. Now, well go ahead and slide all of our exhaust isolators back into place. Use a little bit of lube, and spray it over the shafts if you need to, to make it slide on easier. Put the exhaust up into place and slide them right on. Well go and repeat that for all the other ones that we took off at the beginning. Now, well go ahead and slide our passenger side fender in place since weve now gotten the exhaust reattached. Once you have it back into place, line up all your holes and reattach your fasteners. Now, what were going to need to do on the drivers side is fit our fender well up inside, and then mark off where our handle access is going to be. That way, well trim out the fender, so that well have access to the handle to close and open our gooseneck. Now, what well do is only attach the 2 back ones. All right. Now, well go ahead and mark the bottom side at the maximum distance that it can come out. Then, well rotate it around, and do the same thing on the other side. Go ahead and trim it out, so well have access. Now, well go ahead and score with the razor blade across the top. Now with our fender wells back in place and our exhausts re-secured, were going to place back up our heat shield for our spare tire. Go ahead and line it up with that back alignment tab, so it will rest. Then, well go and take our 10-millimeter bolts and secure it back in place. Now, with the heat shield back in place, lets put our tires back on and raise that spare tire back up into place. That will do it for our review and installation of the Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part number 9464-57, on our 2012 Ram 2500.


Customer Reviews

Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit - 30,000 lbs - 9464-57

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (334 Customer Reviews)

Remove the ball on this gooseneck hitch and store it upside down inside of the hitch to get full use of your truck bed when you're not towing. Wheel-well-accessible handle makes it easy to engage and disengage. Custom installation kit included.

- 9464-57
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2012 Ram 3500

Measurment for the hole in the box is perfect, all components were there. It's a easy install took me 1 hour. I would recommend this hitch for anyone. 683108



- 9464-57
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2013 Dodge Ram Pickup

Recieved my hitch in just 4 days as said. Inspected it and found all parts necessary to install. The hitch was made fron quality materials. Brandon was very helpful with my order of the gooseneck for my 13 Ram. And i chose the one Brandon recomended. Draw-Tite 9464-57 He was very knowledgeble about the hitch. Called him several times with questions and they were answered. I have not had time to install, but not expecting any problems. At this time I would recomend this product 638667



- 9460-39
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


I ordered this hitch 4 days ago, received it yesterday, and installed it today. This is a quality product, with good instructions and it is well made. I installed this on a 94 Dodge 2500, with 205,000 miles on it. I expected to experience some issues due to age and crude, but this proved to be a very straight forward process. From start to finish, it took me 3 hours, and I only ran into two issues. First, I did have to drill a hole in each side plate- my truck only had one existing hole in the frame that lined up with the plate. So, I drilled an extra hole in each plate, which was simpler than drilling holes in the frame. And two, there was a heavy layer of powercoating on the threaded ends of the cross rails, which made it difficult to get the nuts started. Aside from that, the product was excellent, the design is great and expidites installation, and it functions well. 39176



- 9465-37
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Great hitch. Easy to install. Hidden when not in use, and able to be turned over for use easily. Pull a 20 ft gooseneck Trailer and tractor with my F150 Ecoboost with it. 673967



- 9468-94
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Was not easy to get in the truck 2 people are needed Fits perfect very strong and is neat and clean once completed I sprayed bed line on mine once I had it installed to prevent future rust Overall nice product 664353



- 9464-35
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


great product. very easy to install. took just under 2 hours to do in a driveway. I have had no issues with it at all and would recommend this hitch to anyone on a budget, because it does the same thing that the expensive brands can do asst an affordable price. 500048



- 9460-39
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


I received my hitch a few day ago so havn't had time to install it, everything looks to be there. Shipping was fast and customer service is awesome. I will definitely be using etrailer again. 527921



- 9465-37
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


After finally getting all the pieces to install the gooseneck hitch I got it installed in my pickup. It went together easier and quicker than I thought it would. I am also impressed by the good customer service from etrailer at getting the issues I had resolved. 643542



- 9465-37
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


This hitch was surprisingly easy to install on my 2013 F150 Crew Cab though I did have to buy a large holesaw for the job. I was able to use the 5,000lb Air Lift bags with the internal jounce bumpers but I don't think that the 2,000lb bags would work. Without the internal jounce bumpers that have to be put in a different place. I would have preferred to use the 2,000lb bags because I believe that they give a smoother ride. I also use a ball with a 5" setback for cab clearance on my horse trailer and 5.5ft bed combination with good results. It would have been nice if they made a hitch with a setback for shorter beds but other than that it is great. 582219



- 9465-54
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Very pleased with this product. Fairly easy to install. Came with all necessary hardware for installation. Have used extensively with no issues. Would recommend to others. 261157



- 9460-49
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


In the words of Ace Ventura - Pet Detective... Like a Glove! I was in UPS delivery zone 1 - which was suppose to be 1 day delivery.... Boom - Nailed it. Got it when they said I would. I'm sure the manual says this some place but don't forget to wear safety googles! (not to be confused with the interweb search giant). My rustyish pup potty trained me in the eye before I said "self..." Anywho- i pooched my shopping cart order by originally ordering 2 of this hitches- only needed one. Called customer service and to my surprise- I got service! The super awesome representative only shipped 1 and credited my account and still got the order out the door in time for the UPS commitment. Will order again from these professionals again. Thank you etrailer!! 643630



- 9465-56
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


The product arrived in about 2 days. When my husband opened it and went through the parts with the diagram he noticed that 2 carriage bolts were missing and had to go to Menard's to purchase them to complete the assembly. I sent an email about this matter to customer service. Other than that I was very pleased with the Draw-Tite hitch and ease of ordering and of course the free shipping! 638647



- 9467
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Good hitch easy install just had to loosen the bed bolts to fish the nut plates above the frame other than that pretty straight forward 605590



- 9465-56
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Pretty good hitch, I’ve had and installed several gooseneck hitches and this one wasn’t bad to install. It’s well built and appears to exceed my trucks towing capacity, I advise to go ahead and lift the back of the bed up at least 2” to make it easier to install and align the hitch. I installed this on a 2018 GMC 2500 HD. 575037



- 9467
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Product is a great fit for my 2016 Ram 2500. The installation videos are dead on which allowed me to install the hitch myself. DIY savings was approx. $125. Tip: In addition to bending the wire on the nut plates, use plastic zip ties to secure the wires. This will absolutely prevent any rattling noise. 400447



- 9465-56
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


I've been asked numerous times about the hitch even the B&W distributor, and was surprised when I told him it was about $100.00 cheaper than the B&W 421288



- 9466
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Havent had it installed yet but the trailer guy who is going to do it is impressed for the money and says it will be an easy install.. 389823


Comments
DO NOT BUY this product if you ever want to pull a 5th wheel trailer on a 5th wheel sliding hitch! Unlike b and w you can not get a hitch to fit into the ball mount to pull a 5th wheel in a short box truck! It sure would have been nice to know this prior to purchasing as now I have to either buy a rail hitch kit or convert my 5th wheel over to a gooseneck. The way campers are made I don’t think 13,000 pounds taking a beating on a converted gooseneck hitch will do the camper any good. Now I would give it 2 stars if they would let me change it
nutechneal - 05/20/2019

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- 9467
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Went in relatively easy, relative because I did this by myself (at 72) without removing anything except a small bracket above the pumpkin. Just used a piece of all-thread (for the length) down through the bed and the hitch to hold it up to attach the bolts. Everything fit perfectly and it is easier with two people and removing half of the truck but I've always hated taking things loose if I don't have to, and besides, it was a challenge. Sprayed any bare metal with Trim (flat black) spray that matches the sprayed in bed liner perfectly. Biggest pain was having to buy both the hole saw and drill bit despite having an extensive (but obviously not complete) collection of both types. This is my first gooseneck that didn't have the turnover ball type, but it looks to be superior since you have to climb in the bed anyway to flip the ball and I've had problems with the ball freezing in place after having not been used in a while. 606582



- 9467
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Very easy install. Bought this so I could utilize the Anderson 5th wheel adapter. No complaints here! Thanks etrailer... 368074



- 9465-91
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Easy install once you get past the kinda confusing drawings. The safety hooks are pretty short, I just have the nuts flush with threads but can't get the hooks under them. I will have to look for longer ones. Took 3 hrs to install with having to remove hard tonneau cover and bed liner and reinstalling and clean up. Thought it would be worse!! The isolation tape they send with the hitch is kind of cheesy, hopefully it works. Was a great price! 435890


Comments
Hitch works great, no problems with the ball or linkages freezing up. Everything seems good. Have used it to pull a cattle trailer 12+ times this year.
Tom H - 09/24/2018

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- 9460-39
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


This is the second Hide a Goose hitch that I have installed. Once you have lowered your spare tire the hitch goes in smoothly and relatively easily. This hitch went in on my 3500 dually in the morning and was being used by lunch, I have never had a problem with my other truck with the same style hitch, and if I buy another truck this will be the brand that I buy again. 238947



- 9468-94
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Good hitch. Love the drop and lock ball way more than my old hide-a-goose turnover ball. Installed it myself and only had to unbolt the brake like bracket. Left spare tire and exhaust in place. Put the ball in the center piece and slid it up and had my neighbor hold it by the ball while I put the conicals and nuts on. 519709



- 9465-54
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


looks grate heavy metal well coated. I didn't realize it was that thick. simple instructions. at my age I will need help installing . or I can use my hoist through the 3.5 hole to lift it. etrailer good place to purchase items for my truck. 347937



- 9460-39
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


Hitch seems to be built fairly well as far as the head and rail kit. The side plates for the frame are not even as thick as my frame rail. Didn't like that. Also a major turn off to this hitch, on my truck, a 2001 dodge 2500 short bed, the carriage bolts that hold the head to the rails, the heads hit the bed floor, enough to where the bed does not sit flush on the frame. 4 1 inch holes had to be drilled in the bed to let the bolt heads through. Also used a hare bigger hole saw than 3.5 to give some wiggle room. But the bolts hitting the floor needs to be addressed by draw tite. Wouldn't recommend for a dodge pickup 191838



- 9460-48
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Review from a similar Hide-A-Goose in Gooseneck


The only reason this product got 1 star is because I had to give it one star to rate it! Stupid system. The product I bought was the (Cequent) Draw-Tite 9460-48 gooseneck hitch. This is the worse product I ever bought. It is rated on everyone's website as having a 30,000 lb capacity. When you get the hitch you see all of these stickers on it saying DO NOT EXCEED 22,000 LBS. Initially the manufacturer said it was a mistake: they put the wrong stickers on it. When asked for new 30,000 lb stickers they admitted it was only rated for 22,000 lbs. I won't buy any Cequent Products ever. Or any of the Brand Names they sell. Draw_Tite is one of their brands. 315874


Comments
Thanks for your review and your purchase, Francis. In these cases, the installation brackets are rated for 22,000 lbs and the ball and center section is rated for 30,000 lbs. The towing capacity is limited to the lowest rated component.
-- Laura E - 11/25/2016

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Ask the Experts about this Draw-Tite Gooseneck

  • Gooseneck Hitch Recommendation for a 2013 Ram 2500
    Both the Draw Tite Hitch # 9464-57 and the B and W hitch # BWGNRK1313 that are confirmed for your 2013 Ram 2500 would be an excellent choice. The U-bolt install of the # 9464-57 would make the install simpler than having to fishwire installation bolts like the B and W. The U-bolts will be very secure as well. Since you mentioned twice that you did not like the idea of cutting a bigger hole in the bed I believe the # 9464-57 would be the better choice for you as well.
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  • Gooseneck Trailer Hitch for a 2013 Ram 2500 Short Bed Mega Cab
    Yes, the Hide-A-Goose gooseneck trailer hitch # 9464-57 is a fit for your 2013 Ram 2500 Mega Cab short bed. Draw-Tite lists this hitch as a fit for all styles of the 2013 Ram 2500. I have linked a video showing an example installation for you. Since you have a short bed truck I also recommend adding offset ball # 19308 which will provide 5 more inches of clearance.
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  • Gooseneck Compatibility with Hemi Gas Engine on 2011 Ram 2500
    The Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit # 9464-57 is a confirmed fit for your 2011 Ram 2500. It is a custom fit whether you have an 8 foot bed or a 6.5 foot bed. The Hemi gas engine is not a factor in the fit.
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  • Will a B and W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Fit a Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose in a 2013 Ram 2500
    No, the B and W Companion hitch # BWRVK3400-5W and the Hide-A-Goose hitch # 9464-57 do not use the same installation kit. They are specific to their respective hitches. For the B and W hitch you will want to get installation kit and gooseneck hitch # BWGNRK1313-5W for your 2013 Ram 2500 diesel. Once the installation kit is installed the Companion hitch does fit into the gooseneck ball hole and locks into place the same way the gooseneck ball does. I have included links to the installation...
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  • 5th Wheel Hitch Install Kit for 2013 Ram 2500 Short Bed
    For the 2013 model year, Ram made changes to the 3/4 and 1 ton trucks, which is why the fifth wheel install kits for the 2012 did not carry over. For your 2013 Ram 2500, I'd recommend the Reese # RP56011-53 fifth wheel hitch installation kit. If you don't already have a 7-way installed in your truck bed, I'd recommend # 50-97-410. You can see an install video of the wiring kit by clicking the provided link.
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  • What is the Difference Between Gooseneck Trailer Hitch 9464-35 and 9464-57 for a 2011 Dodge Ram 2500
    The Hide-A-Goose hitch # 9464-35 and # 9464-57 have different installation kits but either one will fit your 2011 Dodge Ram 2500 short bed. The 9464-57 includes a newer installation kit than the older version 9464-35. I have included links to the instructions for each so you can see what each installation would require. I have also included a link to a video showing a typical installation of # 9464-35.
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  • Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose Gooseneck Trailer Hitch for a 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Short Bed
    If you have a 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 short bed then no, # 9464-57 is not the correct hitch. It fits newer Ram trucks. You would need # 9464-35 for your 2006. The hitch part is the same but the installation kit is different between these two part numbers. If you just want to get the installation kit it is # 4435. I have linked a video showing an example installation for you.
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  • Hide-A-Gooseneck Recommendation for a 2013 Ram 2500 with a 6 ft Bed
    Yes, the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch # 9464-57 that you referenced has been confirmed to fit your 2013 Ram 2500 with a 6 foot 4 inch bed and is made here in the USA. For a fifth wheel wiring adapter to add a 7-way to the bed of your truck I would recommend the Hopkins Fifth Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness # 41157.
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  • Comparison Of Gooseneck Hitches For 2012 Ram 2500 With 6 Ft Bed
    I spoke with my contact at Draw-Tite about the Hide-A-Goose hitches you asked about. Part # 9464-35 is actually rated higher in Towing capacity at 30,000 lbs than the # 9464-57. The head on the 9464-57 is rated at 30,000 lbs but the lower capacity is due to the construction of the installation rails included. My contact said the 9464-35 is constructed of stronger steel. The B and W Gooseneck, part # BWGNRK1313 is a great hitch as well. One note about the B and W is the shank on the...
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  • Gooseneck to Fifth Wheel Adapter for 2010 Ram 3500
    There is a way for you to tow a fifth wheel trailer with a gooseneck hitch but the Curt Q25 # C16265 you referenced is not compatible with the Draw-Tite gooseneck hitch in your 2010 Ram 3500. If that hitch is the Hide-A-Goose # 9464-57 you could use the Draw-Tite Hi-Rise Gooseneck-to-5th-Wheel Trailer Hitch Adapter # 9480. This hitch has a capacity of 18,000 lbs along with a 9" king pin funnel width. I've added a link to a video review of this product for you to take a look at as well.
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  • Bulldog Branded Gooseneck Hitch for 2010 Dodge Ram 3500
    Sometime in the near future, Cequent Performance Products, Bulldog's parent company is eliminating the Bulldog branded gooseneck hitches. Draw-Tite is also owned by Cequent, and they offer the identical Draw-Tite version of the Bulldog 9474-57, which is part # 9464-57. The hitch is absolutely identical to the Bulldog branded hitch, but with a different brand sticker. We do carry the # 9464-57. If you don't already have a 7-way trailer connector installed in your truck bed, you can...
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