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Gooseneck Trailer Hitch

Haul your heavy loads with peace of mind using a gooseneck hitch by popular manufacturers like B&W, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, Reese, Curt, and Blue Ox. Install a Remove-a-Ball, fold down, or Hide-a-Goose hitch in the bed of your truck and retain full use of the bed when not towing. Or, maximize your hauling versatility with a rail-mounted gooseneck hitch and switch easily between gooseneck and fifth wheel towing.

You can find custom installation kits for your vehicle by entering the year, make, and model on the left. We offer kits for popular vehicle manufacturers like Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, Nissan, and GMC. Also use the fit guide to find a custom fit or universal in-bed rail kit to install a rail-mounted gooseneck hitch.


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We offer many styles of top quality gooseneck trailer hitches, installation kits, adapters and accessories. They come from the best manufacturers like Draw-Tite, Reese, Bulldog, Blue Ox, Curt, Convert-A-Ball, and Colibert. There is also a how-to section of frequently asked questions, gooseneck hitch information, and installation tipsmore information.


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Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2009 GMC Sierra

Speaker 1: Today on our 2009 GMC Sierra we're going to be installing B&W's custom underbed installation kit for companion 5th wheel trailer hitches, part number BWGNRK1067. This underbed goose neck hitch is going allow you to haul a goose neck trailer behind your truck. What's great about a goose neck trailer is that it places all the weight on top of your rear axle, so that'll allow you haul heavier loads more stable than a regular hitch mounted at the rear.You've got your safety chains located on each side. It's custom fit to match your truck, so everything mounts right in place. The ball can be repositioned upside down, and this will give you full bed access. To make it easy to insert or remove your hitch ball you can pull the handle.



Best 2008 GMC Sierra Gooseneck Options

Today on our 2008 GMC Sierra we'll be looking at our best gooseneck hitch options. We have three gooseneck hitch options here for you today. On the top we have the B&W Turnover Ball Gooseneck Hitch, part number BWGNRK1057. In the middle we have the CURT Double Flip-and-Store Gooseneck Hitch, part number C615-632. On the bottom we have the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose, part number 9465-54. The biggest differences that we found between our hitches here today is that our B&W hitch here at the and our Draw-Tite hitch here on the bottom both allow the use of a fifth wheel adapter so you can tow not only a gooseneck but a fifth wheel trailer as well. Now even though our Draw-Tite hitch here can tow a fifth wheel trailer with an adapter with its round hole, our B&W hitch, with its square hole here, is slightly more versatile for using an adapter. Now the reason square is better for a fifth wheel adapter is because it will help resist a twisting action and you don't have to worry about your fifth wheel head twisting in the bed of your truck. Now one thing that our CURT hitch differs from the other two is the fact that our ball is secured with a two-pin mechanism.



Best 2013 GMC Sierra Gooseneck Options

Today on our 2013 GMC Sierra we'll be looking at our best gooseneck hitch options. We have three gooseneck hitch options here for you today. On the top we have the B&W Turnover Ball Gooseneck Hitch, part number BWGNRK1057. In the middle we have the CURT Double Flip-and-Store Gooseneck Hitch, part number C615-632. On the bottom we have the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose, part number 9465-54. The biggest differences that we found between our hitches here today is that our B&W hitch here at the and our Draw-Tite hitch here on the bottom both allow the use of a fifth wheel adapter so you can tow not only a gooseneck but a fifth wheel trailer as well. Now even though our Draw-Tite hitch here can tow a fifth wheel trailer with an adapter with its round hole, our B&W hitch, with its square hole here, is slightly more versatile for using an adapter. Now the reason square is better for a fifth wheel adapter is because it will help resist a twisting action and you don't have to worry about your fifth wheel head twisting in the bed of your truck. Now one thing that our CURT hitch differs from the other two is the fact that our ball is secured with a two-pin mechanism.



Best 2012 GMC Sierra Gooseneck Options

Today on our 2012 GMC Sierra we'll be looking at our best gooseneck hitch options. We have three gooseneck hitch options here for you today. On the top we have the B&W Turnover Ball Gooseneck Hitch, part number BWGNRK1057. In the middle we have the CURT Double Flip-and-Store Gooseneck Hitch, part number C615-632. On the bottom we have the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose, part number 9465-54. The biggest differences that we found between our hitches here today is that our B&W hitch here at the and our Draw-Tite hitch here on the bottom both allow the use of a fifth wheel adapter so you can tow not only a gooseneck but a fifth wheel trailer as well. Now even though our Draw-Tite hitch here can tow a fifth wheel trailer with an adapter with its round hole, our B&W hitch, with its square hole here, is slightly more versatile for using an adapter. Now the reason square is better for a fifth wheel adapter is because it will help resist a twisting action and you don't have to worry about your fifth wheel head twisting in the bed of your truck. Now one thing that our CURT hitch differs from the other two is the fact that our ball is secured with a two-pin mechanism.



Best 2011 GMC Sierra Gooseneck Options

Today on our 2011 GMC Sierra we'll be looking at our best gooseneck hitch options. We have three gooseneck hitch options here for you today. On the top we have the B&W Turnover Ball Gooseneck Hitch, part number BWGNRK1057. In the middle we have the CURT Double Flip-and-Store Gooseneck Hitch, part number C615-632. On the bottom we have the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose, part number 9465-54. The biggest differences that we found between our hitches here today is that our B&W hitch here at the and our Draw-Tite hitch here on the bottom both allow the use of a fifth wheel adapter so you can tow not only a gooseneck but a fifth wheel trailer as well. Now even though our Draw-Tite hitch here can tow a fifth wheel trailer with an adapter with its round hole, our B&W hitch, with its square hole here, is slightly more versatile for using an adapter. Now the reason square is better for a fifth wheel adapter is because it will help resist a twisting action and you don't have to worry about your fifth wheel head twisting in the bed of your truck. Now one thing that our CURT hitch differs from the other two is the fact that our ball is secured with a two-pin mechanism.



Best 2010 GMC Sierra Gooseneck Options

Today on our 2010 GMC Sierra we'll be looking at our best gooseneck hitch options. We have three gooseneck hitch options here for you today. On the top we have the B&W Turnover Ball Gooseneck Hitch, part number BWGNRK1057. In the middle we have the CURT Double Flip-and-Store Gooseneck Hitch, part number C615-632. On the bottom we have the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose, part number 9465-54. The biggest differences that we found between our hitches here today is that our B&W hitch here at the and our Draw-Tite hitch here on the bottom both allow the use of a fifth wheel adapter so you can tow not only a gooseneck but a fifth wheel trailer as well. Now even though our Draw-Tite hitch here can tow a fifth wheel trailer with an adapter with its round hole, our B&W hitch, with its square hole here, is slightly more versatile for using an adapter. Now the reason square is better for a fifth wheel adapter is because it will help resist a twisting action and you don't have to worry about your fifth wheel head twisting in the bed of your truck. Now one thing that our CURT hitch differs from the other two is the fact that our ball is secured with a two-pin mechanism.



Best 2009 GMC Sierra Gooseneck Options

Today on our 2009 GMC Sierra we'll be looking at our best gooseneck hitch options. Here we have three gooseneck hitch options here for you today. On the top we have the B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck Hitch, part number BWGNRK1057. In the middle, we have the Curt Double Lock, Flip and Store Gooseneck Hitch, part C615-632. On the bottom, we have the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose, part number 9465-54. The biggest differences that we found between our hitches here today is that our B&W hitch here at the top and our Draw-Tite hitch here on the bottom both allow the use of a fifth-wheel adapter, so you can tow not only a gooseneck but a fifth-wheel trailer as well. Now, even though our Draw-Tite hitch here can tow a fifth-wheel trailer with an adapter with this round hole, our B&W hitch with its square hole here is slightly more versatile for using an adapter. Now, the reason square is better for a fifth-wheel adapter is because it'll help resist a twisting action, and you don't have to worry about your fifth-wheel head twisting in the bed of your truck. Now, one thing that our Curt hitch differs from the other two is the fact that our ball is secured with a two-pin mechanism.



Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2009 GMC Sierra

Today on our 2009 GMC Sierra we'll be having a look at and installing the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose under-bed gooseneck trailer hitch with installation kit, part number 9465-54. All right, here's what our gooseneck looks like installed. As you can see, our gooseneck design gives us clean access of our truck bed here. There's nothing sticking up above it at all besides our gooseneck ball and our safety chain loops, which are spring-loaded. Our gooseneck system that we have installed with its 2 5/16" ball has a 7,500 pound vertical load limit, that's the amount pushing down. And then a 30,000 pound max gross trailer weight rating, which is the amount that we can pull. When we're not hooked up to our trailer, we can actually store our ball upside down in the gooseneck head so it's readily available and doesn't take up any of our truck bed space so we can still store stuff in our truck bed and not lose any of that valuable space.



Curt Double Lock Flip and Store Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2002 GMC Sierra

Today on our 2002 GMC Sierra 2500, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Curt Double Lock. This is a Flip and Store Underbed Gooseneck Hitch with Installation Kit, rated for up to 30 thousand pounds. Part number is C60712. Now, here's what our hitch looks like when not in use. This is a really great way to have all the benefits of a gooseneck without tying up the entire bed of your vehicle. This can also be converted right over into a fifth wheel, using part number C16210. We'll pull our cover off, which is included.



Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2011 Gmc Sierra - Curt

Today on our 2011 GMC Sierra we are going to be taking a look at and installing the Curt Double Lock Flip and Store Under Bed Gooseneck Hitch with install kit. Part number C607-604. What sets apart this hitch from the rest of them, it's got a double locking pin, where most of them only have one pin that goes through this one has two. It's going to keep your load extra secure. The reason you want this product is that fact that it only has the four holes that you are going to drill for your safety chain loops and one four inch diameter hole in the bed. Everything else is a bolt on using existing holes. Now your trailer ball is a 2 and 5/16 that is chrome plated along with the nice ring along the outside.



B and W Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2013 GMC Sierra

On this 2013 GMC Sierra, we're going to review and install the B&W Turnover Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch with the installation kit. Part number BWGNRK1012. This is what the hitch looks like once installed on our Sierra. You notice we have it inside the bed liner. It works just fine. First off, here's a 2 5/16 inch hitch ball, which can be easily removed by operating the pin on the inside. Pull the pin out and towards the front of the truck. You release the pin and you can take the ball out. If you'd like you can store it inside the hitch upside down.



B&W Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2011 GMC Sierra

On this 2011 GMC Sierra, we're going to show you the BMW turnover ball, under-bed gooseneck trailer hitch. Part number BWGNRK1012. We'll go ahead and show you how to operate the hitch. Right now, it's in lock position, so to unlock it, pull on the handle and twist towards the front. It stays open and you can remove the ball. To lock the pin down, simply pull down on the handle a little bit, twist it towards the back of the truck, and it's spring-loaded and locks itself back it. This is what the hitch looks when it's installed in the truck. You'll see a very small footprint in the bed of the truck.



Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2001 GMC Sierra

Today on our 2001 GMC Sierra 2500 Short Bed, we'll be installing the B & W Turnover Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch, part number BWGNRK1067. Next we'll go over the handle, operation and installing of the gooseneck hitch ball. To operate the handle, we'll simply pull out, rotate it forward and we'll lock the handle open so that we can put our hitch ball in place. Then to lock the hitch ball in position, we'll simply rotate it back towards the rear of the vehicle and allow the spring to re-lock the pin. With the handle open, we'll drop the ball in place, close the handle, which will allow the pin to go through the ball and lock it in place, allowing us to set up for towing our gooseneck trailer. Then once we're done towing, we'll pull the handle back out, remove the ball, turn it over, put it back into the hitch, putting it in the stored position, re-throwing the handle, locking it in place. To begin our install, we're first going to lower and remove the spare tire, give us some more working room underneath. Next we'll remove both rear wheels.



Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2013 Gmc Sierra - Curt

Today, on this 2013 GMC Sierra, we're going to install part number C607-604 from Curt. Now, we can go ahead and show you how it works. We pull out the handle and twist it towards the front and the body-locking pin will move to side and hit a stop. That will keep it open. Then, you can go ahead and take the ball and remove it or install it as needed. When you need to lock it in place for towing, just pull out a little bit, rotate the handle back towards the ground and then just let it go.



Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2013 GMC Sierra

Today in this 2012 GMC Sierra, were going to install part number DH1307 from Blue Ox. Well go ahead and try it out. Well take our hitch ball. Theres a pin on the inside going towards the front. This groove will line up with it. Line it up, and then twist it in place.



Gooseneck Hitch Installation - 2013 GMC Sierra

All right. Today on this 2013 GMC Sierra we're going to install part number DH1314 from Blue Ox. This is their Diamond Head Hitch. Okay, to start off our install we'll go ahead and remove the tires and wheels from the back axle as well as lowering the spare tire. Now also we're going to remove the fender wheel liners as well. We definitely don't have to do this, but it does make things a little bit easier to see. Next, we're going to lower the exhaust.



Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2011 GMC Sierra

Today on our 2011 GMC Sierra 2500 Short Bed, well be installing the Draw-Tite Hide-A-Goose Kit, part number 9465-56. Weve already removed the spare tire, two rear wheels and the exhaust for more working room. Our next step will be to cut the heat shield on the passengers side. At the rear side, well cut just in front of the hat channel here. Moving forward, well cut behind the hat channel here. Ill go ahead and make a mark on the heat shield to better illustrate where well be cutting.



Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2002 GMC Sierra

Today on a 2002 GMC Sierra, were going to install Curts Double Lock Gooseneck Hitch using part number C600-652. Alright what we have done so far is remove the rear wheels and the spare tire. Now you dont have to remove the rear wheels, but it makes it easier to get access to the frame and get in there and see what is going on. So after that our first step is going to be to cut our a piece of heat shield. This is the section we are going to have to remove for the heat shield, from here to here, because our hitch is going to sit right in this spot. And to make things easier there, we will loosen up the truck bed, and tilt it up so that we can get to it.



Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2006 GMC Sierra

Today we are going to be installing Hide-a-Goose part number 9465-4434 on a 2006 GMC Sierra 2500. The first thing we want to do is to go ahead and lower the spare tire. That will give us a lot more room to install the gooseneck system. The second step is to go ahead and cut out a section of the heat shield, which is basically forward of the axle in between the two hat channels, which is basically parallel to the gas tank as well. We need to go ahead and cut that section out to allow us to get the crossmembers into place. OK, with that section of the heat shield removed, we want to next go inside the bed. And we are going to go ahead and mark and then drill our hole for the opening in the Hide-a-Goose system. You want to check with your directions to verify the appropriate dimension that you are going to be drilling from. On this particular short-bed model, we are going to go ahead and mark from the end of the bed at 44-1/2 inches, and then we just want to center that in between the two wheel wells, which will land us right in the center of this rib here. And with my dimensions marked out, I am just going to go ahead and center punch that location, and then we are going to go ahead and drill out our 3-1/2 inch hole.



Gooseneck Trailer Hitch Installation - 2005 GMC Sierra

Today we are going to install part number 9465 our gooseneck head assembly. We will also be installing a rail kit which is part number 4434 for our 2005 GMC Sierra pickup 3500. The first step involved would be to make room for the install kit and rails. What happens is this heat shield needs to be removed. We are going to take it out from this section to this beam here. To make it easier maybe go all the way this far back. But for necessity purposes we need from here to here for the rails. We cut out our heat shield and left an inch or so hanging off. We took a rubber mallet and beat it back and keep it away from the sharp edges as much as possible. Our next step will be to loosen the bed so we can slide the rails underneath the truck. There are 2 options on how you will do this part.





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