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B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck Hitch for 2017-2019 Ford F-250 & F-350 4WD GNRK1117

Part# GNRK1117 l UPC# 843233004519
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Product Description

The Turnoverball Gooseneck Hitch from B&W Trailer Hitches is the number one selling gooseneck hitch in America for good reason. It’s a hitch when you need it and a level bed when you don’t. The Turnoverball has a spring-loaded handle attached to a 5/8" steel locking pin that goes through the ball. When the hitch isn’t in use, pull the handle in the wheel-well directly towards you and then rotate it slightly to the left. This will lock the pin out. You can then remove the ball, turn it over and store it back in the receiver. Re-engage the latch pin by rotating or pushing the handle to the right. The spring will ‘pop’ the handle back into place. The Turnoverball Gooseneck hitch can also easily be converted to a 5th wheel style hitch with the use of the B&W Companion 5th Wheel Hitch making this hitch one of the most versatile hitches on the market.

Key Features

  • Fits 2017-2019 Ford F-250 & F-350 Super Duty 4 Wheel Drive
  • Solid, Machined 2-5/16" Ball
  • 30,000 Lbs Gross Trailer Weight
  • 7,500 Lbs Gross Tongue Weight
  • Durable Powder-Coat Finish
  • Installs Under The Bed Requiring Only A 4 Inch Hole With No Bed Removal
  • Bolts to Existing Holes in the Frame with No Drilling or Welding
  • Meets All OEM Fastening Requirements
  • Limited Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty

B&W Trailer Hitch products are made in the United State and built to last. They only use steels forged in America mills, ensuring only the best materials go into each B&W part. Since 2007, B&W has been employee-owned, and their dedication to manufacturing excellence is apparent in every towing component they make.

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