- Hide your hitch for full bed access with the Draw-Tite Under-Bed Gooseneck Hitch
- Custom crafted for your specific year, make and model truck
- Head tested to a beastly 30,000 lbs GTW & 7,500 lbs of vertical load
- Mounts below your bed—only the ball is visible
- Ball stores upside-down in the hitch for unimpeded bed use
- Only requires a 3.5" hole in truck bed
- Included magnetic cover keeps the ball hidden and blocks dirt
- Heavy-duty handle uses a positive-locking system to engage ball
- Comes with gooseneck head, 2-5/16" ball, safety chain brackets and custom rails
- Easy to install - rail kit takes less than 2.5 hours with no welding or bed removal required
- Your Draw-Tite Under-Bed Gooseneck Hitch is backed by a limited Lifetime Warranty
Just like Maverick and Goose from “Top Gun," you and your trailer hitch can fly under the radar. Staying neatly hidden under your truck's bed until it's called into active duty, the Draw-Tite Under-Bed Gooseneck Hitch is ready to reveal itself at a moment's notice.
Only showing the ball when you're ready to haul, and folding away when you need full bed access, this heavy-duty gooseneck hitch is there when you need it—gone when you don't. And, installation requires only a small 3.5" cutout in your bed that stays hidden under the included magnetic cover.
The rail kit is custom matched to your year, make and model truck, so installing it to your rig's frame is a breeze. No welding is needed and for most trucks it only takes a couple of hours. That way you're out doing flybys with your horse trailer in no time. Best yet, Draw-Tite backs your Under-Bed Gooseneck Hitch with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
Draw-Tite Under-Bed Gooseneck Hitch Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Harry H (Bridgeton, NJ) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-250 — Jan 13, 2017 11:14 AM
If I ever need another I'll definitely order again, My only complaint is the directions weren't as good as they should be. Fortunately my neighbor recently installed the same hitch in his pick which is the same as mine so he was able to assist me and get me thru the rough spots.
Reviewed by Tyler G (STRASBURG, VA) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford F-250 — Dec 30, 2016 8:50 AM
Install was straight forward. One bracket touched the drivers side brake line on the inside of the frame. I have not pulled with it yet (moving cattle this weekend). For the price seemed to be a good buy.
Reviewed by Lonnie O (Deer Park, WA) Reviewed for a 2003 Dodge Ram — Aug 18, 2016 6:01 AM
Directions leave a bit of imagination but can be sorted out. install took a couple of hours. if possible have 2 people. finished look is vey clean and functional
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