B&W's concept of "A hitch when you need it, a level bed when you don't" has been the basis for their Turnover Ball Gooseneck Hitch since 1988. The patented design offers the versatility you need when you need it. B&W manufacturers a Turnover Ball Hitch to fit nearly every domestic full-sized pickup on the market, as well as most import trucks.
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The Turnover Ball is an
easily-installed, complete gooseneck hitch that bolts to the frame of your
truck, in most cases using existing holes. The Turnover Ball comes with a
removable 2 5/16" ball, and is rated for 30,000 lbs. towing and 7,500 lbs.
tongue weight capacity. The ball stores upside down in the socket when not in
use, leaving a flat, unobstructed bed floor.
They install in about an hour, with no welding. The hitch assembly simply bolts across the truck frame under the bed while the bed is in place. For most applications the only modification to your truck is a 4-inch round hole in the pickup bed floor and 4, 1/2" holes for the safety chain U-bolts.
The B&W Companion RV 5th
Wheel Hitch is available as an accessory to the B&W Turnover Ball Gooseneck
Hitch, continuing the B&W tradition of 'a hitch when you need it, a level
bed when you don't.
The Turnover Ball hitch is first
installed and then the Companion latches into the 2½ inch square hole.
Many RV hitches use mounting rails bolted into the truck bed and when you
remove the hitch the mounting rails are still there. The Companion hitch was
the first hitch on the market to have all the mounting rails below the truck
bed floor. It is rated to 18,000 lbs. GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) and 4500 lbs.
VPW (Vertical Pin Weight).
B&W plates the cam, the arms, and the jaw assembly to prevent rusting. The rest of the hitch is gray powder-coated to ensure a long-lasting finish.
Non-marring pads protect
the bed of your truck from direct metal-to-metal contact. The Companion also
boasts a sleek, yet rugged design to look like it belongs in the bed of your
truck, ready to work.