Join Date: Mar 2000
Location: Central Wyoming....sorta
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Re: Installing a Gooseneck Hitch
Take a look at Diamond Hitches - I've got one on my truck and it's GREAT. Similar idea as a turn over ball, but you don't have to make a big cut in the deck. You mount the hitch similarly to other goosenecks, but the ball can be taken out of the receiver, inverted, and dropped back in the receiver where it sits flush to the bed. Then you can haul sheet goods with no problem.
If I had to do it again, I'd get another Diamond Hitch. for me it ran about $400, and a buddy installed it for a pair of Carhartts.
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