bing tracking image

Curt Double Lock Flip and Store Gooseneck Hitch Review

content loading

Customers compare C60607 to these similar products




Products Featured in this Video



Review of the Curt Double Lock Flip and Store Gooseneck Hitch


Today we're going to be taking a look at Curt's double lock, flip and store, gooseneck hitch. This under-bed gooseneck hitch is going to allow you to haul your gooseneck trailer behind your truck. It works with custom made kits for your vehicle, by Curt. Here you can see our rail kit installed, it's going to hold your gooseneck hitch. You'll want to use the fit guide here at etrailer.com to determine the appropriate rail kit for, your truck.As you can see it's mounted entirely underneath the bed. This way you can maximize the use of your truck bed, so when you're not hauling a gooseneck trailer, you can get the most space out of your truck bed.

We've currently got our ball loose, as you can see here. Our handle is pulled in the release position, and you can see its double locking mechanism, so it's got two very sick steel beams that will run through your gooseneck hitch ball, ensuring that it stays in place.You'll see here as I the operate the handle. I can lock it back in place. With our beams in place, our hitch ball isn't going anywhere. Anther great feature about this hitch and hitch ball assembly, is that the hitch ball can be removed, flipped upside down and reinserted, giving you full bed access.

You also have a rubber seal and cap, that can be placed on top. Keep out any dirt and debris from your hitch ball cylinder, as well as giving it a nicer look.The safety chain loops that come with them, draw back down to the truck by themselves because they're spring loaded. This is nice because when it's not in use, it keeps it as close to the truck bed as possible, maximizing the usable space, but when you need them, you can pop them up and there's a nice large opening to accommodate most safety chains.The hitch features a 7500 pound ton weight, that's the force going down on top of the receiver. And a 30000 pound gross towing capacity, that's how much it can pull behind it. You do want to verify in your vehicles owners manual to ensure you don't exceed any of its towing capacities.

The hitch ball itself is chrome plated, along with the ring that goes around the top. This just adds a little bit of extra style to it, making it nice and pretty.Additionally, you'll have a rubber ring that you can place around that to help seal the hole, that needed to be cut to get to the gooseneck hitch installed. The locking mechanism that goes through the two holes here in our hitch ball, is zinc plated, so you can ensure that you're going to have a long lasting connection between your hitch and hitch ball, because you can avoid any rusting corrosion.The hitch itself, has a black powder coat finish, so it'll also be resistant against corrosion and rust. If you also have a fifth wheel trailer, you can purchase the separate adapter plate that allows for a fifth wheel towing. In addition to the fifth wheel adapter, there's also an offset hitch ball, to create additional space between the cab and the trailer.Our customer, Eric S, had to say, "Easy install, very good hitch, just as good as my old B&W hitch".

And a year later he had to write back in, "After a year this hitch is held up great. Gets used daily, no complaints, good quality hitch and great price, will never buy anything else." And that completes our look at Curt's double lock flip and store gooseneck hitch.


Questions and Comments about this Video

Info for this part was:

Employee Zack K
Video Edited:
Zack K
Employee Jacob T
Video Edited:
Jacob T
Employee Jeff D
Installed by:
Jeff D
Employee Dustin K
Video by:
Dustin K
Employee David F
Test Fit:
David F

At etrailer.com we provide the best information available about the products we sell. We take the quality of our information seriously so that you can get the right part the first time. Let us know if anything is missing or if you have any questions.