gooseneck hitch

gooseneck hitch

n.
A trailer hitch that is installed in the bed of a pickup truck.
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The Gooseneck Mount, on the other hand, can be used with all gooseneck hitch balls.
The gooseneck hitch mount is also attached to your tow vehicle's frame, however, the hitch ball itself is generally located just forward of the tow vehicle's rear axle.
The Ultimate Tow Machine, the second special edition model, features a gooseneck hitch, running boards, retractable bed step, heavy-duty splash guards, slush mats and UConnect Internet.
Our gear stayed dry, and the gooseneck hitch bar kept the support frame high enough so that it didn't drag--even on rough off-road jaunts.
The product has a 5/8-inch-thick mounting surface and is constructed to accommodate any fifth wheel assembly and gooseneck hitch.
For example, a 14,000-pound GTWR flatbed trailer with a gooseneck hitch might have a pair of 6,400-pound GAWR axles under it.
To hitch up, jack the trailer's tongue to the appropriate height (if you have a gooseneck hitch, be sure to lower the tailgate on the truck) and slowly back the truck to the trailer (check those mirrors).
This gooseneck hitch comes install-ready with the revolutionary, CURT exclusive center locator.
The Under-Bed Double Lock EZr Gooseneck Hitch was designed with the installer in mind.
For example a 14,000-pound GTWR flatbed trailer with a gooseneck hitch might have a pair of 6,400-pound GAWR axles under it.
To hitchup, jack the trailer's tongue to the appropriate height (if you have a gooseneck hitch be sure to lower the tailgate on the truck) and slowly back the truck to the trailer (check those mirrors).