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Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit - 32,500 lbs

Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit - 32,500 lbs

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Remove the ball on this gooseneck hitch and store it in a secure location to get full use of your truck bed when you're not towing. Custom rail kit is included. Call 800-298-8924 to order Draw-Tite gooseneck hitch part number 9468-94 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 - 32,500 lbs. Gooseneck Hitch reviews from real customers.
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Draw-Tite Gooseneck Hitch - 9468-94

  • Draw-Tite
  • Below the Bed
  • Removable Ball - Stores in Truck
  • Manual Ball Removal
  • 32500 lbs GTW
  • In Bed Release
  • 2-5/16 Hitch Ball
  • 8125 lbs TW

Remove the ball on this gooseneck hitch and store it in a secure location to get full use of your truck bed when you're not towing. Custom rail kit is included.


Features:

  • Heavy-duty underbed hitch lets you tow your gooseneck trailer
  • Complete truck bed access when you're not towing
    • Easily remove ball from hitch for storage
  • Pop-In ball fits securely in hitch and is easy to insert and remove
    • Lift and turn integrated lever to unlock and remove ball
    • Locks with built-in ball-bearing system
  • 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
  • Rubber plug 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 32,500 lbs
  • Vertical load limit:
    • Hitch head is rated for 7,500 lbs
    • Installation rails are rated for 8,125 lbs
  • Ball size: 2-5/16"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


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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. It installs to existing, factory attachment points beneath your vehicle to create a low-profile look.


To remove the ball from this hitch, just lift and turn the lever that is built into the top of the ball. This will disengage the ball bearings in the shank so that you can easily lift the ball out of the hole.


Magent Cover

Once you've removed the ball, 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.



9468 Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch - 30,000 lbs

4494 Draw-Tite Custom Installation Rails for Gooseneck Trailer Hitches

Installation Details 9468-94 Installation instructions

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Video of Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit - 32,500 lbs

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




Video Transcript for Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2019 Ford F-250 Super Duty

Hi there Ford owners. Today on your 2019 Ford F250 we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the hide-a-goose underbed gooseneck hitch. And this is what your gooseneck hitch is going to look like in your truck bed. The only thing that's really sticking up is going to be the gooseneck ball here. Your safety chain loops, they can pull up, but they immediately go back down tight and they remain relatively flush with your truck bed.The balls is removable by lifting up on the lock mechanism, giving a twist to hold it unlocked, and then you simply pull the ball out. When you're not using your ball the hole that's located in your hitch can be covered up using the included rubber cover.

It simply pushes down into the hole giving you a nice flush finish in the back of your truck bed and also keeping any dirt and debris out of your gooseneck hitch. This is great when you want to have full truck bed access when not hauling your gooseneck trailer, because we know you're not always using your trailer. You're got a lot of work and other things you want to do, and why have your gooseneck hitch be a hindrance when doing those things.When you are towing you're going to be impressed by the high weight ratings of 8,125 pounds for its tongue weight, and 32,500 pounds for its gross towing capacity. This will give you plenty of towing capacity whether you are pulling your race cars behind you and your car hauler, bringing your toy hauler to the campsite, or like my friend Tom's dad, taking your horses from stable to stable and on to the show.And here you can see your underbed gooseneck installed. The entire assembly including the rails is going to be of solid steel construction with a black powder coat finish to ensure a long-lasting, rust-free, durable component.

One of my favorite things about this underbed gooseneck besides it being hidden under the bed, is that it's a completely no-drill installation as far as mounting. You won't have to drill anything into your frame. It uses all existing holes. So you just set your hardware up, run it through the holes, and bolt everything down.You will have to drill out the hole in the truck bed for your gooseneck to go through, and for your safety chain cables, but this is going to be standard for all the goosenecks. You're always going to have to drill for these components.

Many other goosenecks out there will require you to drill into your frame, which is a very thick and hard material and it adds a lot of time to the installation. It's also easy to accidentally drill in the wrong location and that you have to modify that to get it to work. With all the holes already being there, and just having to run your hardware through, it's not only easier but it's worry-free that you're not going to mess anything up.What's nice about this gooseneck ball and hitch is that it doesn't rotate inside the hitch assembly. Some other models will slide down in the bulk and rotate in the hitch which can potentially cause wear. This ball has a double locking mechanism here where the balls will stick out and hold it in place.

You can see them protrude when I push the lock down, and they can release in when you pull the lock up. You can see here if I try to put the lock back down, it won't go all the way until I twist it into its locked in position.We'll begin our installation underneath the back of the vehicle. You'll want to make sure you've got your spare tire lowered down so it's going to give you a lot more room to work. Now that our spare tire is out of the way, we're going to remove our heat shield and lower down our exhaust. To lower down the heat shield, we're going to remove three nuts, one towards the rear and two towards the front here, using a 13mm socket. We can now lower this down and set it aside.Next we'll lower the exhaust down. We're going to remove the rearmost hanger here by removing the bolts using a 10mm socket. There's two on the other side as well. We'll then go towards the front of the vehicle and just pry off the hangers that are further forward. We're now just in front of the axle. We're going to use some silicone lubricant to make it easier to pry off, and we're just going to pry the rubber hanger off using a pry bar. We're going to do that with each of the rubber hangers. And then even further forward, you'll find one more totalling three.Now, just across from our exhaust on the driver's side above the rear axle, we're going to want to remove this hanger bracket here so we can get it out of our way. There's two bolts we're going to take out using a 13mm socket. Now that's just going to hang there in place. We just need to be able to move it.We'll now install our frame brackets. We're going to start by putting the outside ones on. On your vehicle you may have the inside brackets already welded to the frame. If so, you won't be using the inside brackets that come with the kit. Ours already has those brackets welded to the frame so we're just going to be using the outside. If you needed the inside, you would use those at this time as well and put them up as the hardware goes through all of them.So we're going to take our outside bracket. We're going to line it up with the holes that already exist on the outside of our frame. We'll then take the longest bolts that come in our kit. We're going to place a flat washer on it, and we're going to slide it through the holes. Here on the other side you can get a better look of your inside bracket and you can see ours is a pre-welded bracket that already existed. If not, at this time you would take the bracket that comes in your kit and you would slide it on as well for your inside.We're going to be sliding conical tooth washers on the inside with the teeth facing towards the frame, and then placing a nut on the other side. We're going to do this for the other bolt on this side, and then we're going to repeat the same procedure on the other side.We'll now take the bracket labeled #4 in your kit. We're going to bring it up over our exhaust towards the front of our passenger side. We want to place the threaded holes in the #4 bracket above our frame rails that we just installed. You can see here that the L shape that's bending downwards here we've got just forward of our shock. Before we line up our holes in our bracket with the ones in the frame, we want to make sure that we slide the carriage bolts that come in the kit down through the square holes in our bracket. There's one carriage bolt that's going to go into each bracket we install. It's important you remember to slide those in before putting your hardware in to hold the brackets in place because there's not really enough room between the bed and the bracket once you've got it attached to get the carriage bolt dropped down.And on your outside bracket you'll want to line the threaded hole up with the second hole from the front. We'll then take the shortest bolts that come in our kit, place conical tooth washers with them facing up, and we're just going to start it in there with a couple of threads. We don't want to tighten it down just yet. We just want to get it started. Okay. We're going to do the same thing with the threaded bolt hole on the inside bracket.Next, we're going to install the three remaining brackets. Each one is numbered for the correct position that it needs to go in. They all install the exact same way, by using the same hardware and threading into the threaded nuts on the brackets. We're going to be placing the #6 at the passenger rear. We'll be putting the #3 on the driver's front. And then the #5 on the driver's rear. When installing brackets 3 and 4, they're going to overlap each other. And so will brackets 5 and 6.Now with an extra set of hands, we're going to raise our center section into position. You want to lift it up over your exhaust and your differential. And the carriage bolts that we had previously dropped down will line up with the four outside holes in your center section. You want to drop the carriage bolts down through those holes, place a conical tooth washer facing up towards the hitch, and then thread a nut on it. You'll repeat this for the three remaining carriage bolts that are going through the holes in your center section.We'll now take the medium sized bolts that come in our kit. We're going to place a flat washer on it. And we to then lift up on our center section and push up on our side brackets that we had installed. And we want to slide these from the outside in, lining up all the holes in our brackets. I did find that it was a little bit easier if you just placed the flat washer on first and slide the bolt through all of them, because it is a pretty tight clearance here between this beam. Once you've slid that through, on the other side we're going to place a conical tooth washer with the teeth facing toward this head of the bolt and then place a nut on the other side. We're just going to hand tighten that, leaving it loose and then we're going to repeat that same process for the two remaining holes that are located here towards the back, and the four remaining holes towards the front.We're now in the bed of our truck. We want to use the dimple that already exists in your truck bed. That's going to be the mark that shows the center where we want to place our gooseneck ball. We're going to make a pilot hole. Use a 1/4" drill bit to do that. We'll just line our drill bit up with the dimple and then drill out our pilot hole. Now that we've made our pilot hole, we'll take a 3-1/2" hole saw and we're just going to cut out our 3-1/2" hole for our gooseneck ball. Once you've cut your hole we'll take a vacuum and clean up all these shavings, and we'll use Clear Coat to seal up the metal.We'll now insert our ball into our hitch. You'll want to lift up the lock and give it a twist to keep it released. Slide it in place, and then lock it back down. We'll now use a 3/16 drill bit and we're going to use our hitch as a guide to drill out for our safety chain U bolts. You'll have two holes on each side of your center section. You want to place your drill bit in the center of these slots and drill out your pilot hole with a 3/16 drill bit. This is going to go through the lower corrugation to help minimize the U bolt sticking up in your truck bed. Then we'll enlarge our pilot holes using an 11/16 drill bit. And just like with our other hole, we're going to vacuum up our shavings and then put a little Clear Coat on them to protect our holes. Then drop your U bolts down into the holes and we'll secure them on the underside.And now on the bottom of our U bolts we're going to place a conical tooth washer followed by a spring and then a nut. To make it easier to get your nuts on, you want to look at the nut. There's a smooth side that you see here. And the other side here you see has got kind of a triangular groove cut around it. That's going to be your locking side so we want to make sure that's down. It'll be easier to start your nut if you do it that way. And now we'll tighten them up until we have at least three threads showing on the bottom side of the nut.Now we can go back and tighten down all of our hardware using a 15/16 socket. Then we'll torque it all down to the specifications found in our instructions. You'll want to do it in a specific order. We'll start with our center section corner bolts, then our center section front and rear bolts that are going in through the sides here, and then lastly we'll do our frame bracket bolts on the outside.Once all your hardware has been torqued down your hitch installation is complete. All you have left to do is to reinstall the components we moved to get out of the way. So we'll put our bracket back on. It'll bolt right into the same location using the same hardware we took it out with. Then we'll place our exhaust back into position. We want to lift it up and slide all the hangers back in place.And that completes our look and installation of the hide-a-goose underbed gooseneck hitch on your 2019 Ford F250.


Customer Reviews

Hide-A-Goose Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with Custom Installation Kit - 32,500 lbs - 9468-94

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (342 Customer Reviews)

Remove the ball on this gooseneck hitch and store it in a secure location to get full use of your truck bed when you're not towing. Custom rail kit is included.

- 9468-94
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2019 Ford F-350 Super Duty

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



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2018 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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



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2019 Ford F-250 Super Duty

Fit perfectly on a 2019 Ford F250 4x4 6 3\4 - around two hours to install. Follow the directions and goes together easily. 728571



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Hitch arrived on schedule. Excellent customer service. Highly recommend this merchant. 480798



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


Great service ,friendly knowledgeable salesman ,fast delivery .helpful email strat forward directions. Very pleased ,installed it same day it was delivered, 1 1/2 hours to install 785574



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


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



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


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



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


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



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


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



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


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 Hitch


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



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


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



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


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



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


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



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


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



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


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



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


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



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


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



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


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


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



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


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


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



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


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


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



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


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


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