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How To Tow A Fifth Wheel With A Gooseneck Hitch

Written by Hitchweb Team
Thursday, May 28, 2015 — 6 Comments

How do I tow a Fifth Wheel Trailer with my Gooseneck Hitch?


OPTION #1: If you already have a Gooseneck Hitch Ball installed in the bed of your truck, you can purchase a 5th Wheel Hitch that installs in the ball hole of the Gooseneck hitch. Have a look at B&W Trailer Hitch RVK3500 B&W Companion Fifth Wheel Hitch:

20K Companion 5th WheelThis Fifth Wheel Hitch sits right on top of a B&W Turnover Ball. Pull only 1 pin and the hitch removes completely from the bed. A great option if you want to frequently switch between trailer types. 

If you don't have the B&W Turnover Ball Gooseneck Hitch System, go to our under bed gooseneck hitch category and search your truck to find the complete setup for you.

OPTION #2: A second option is a 5th Wheel Adapter that bolts to the king pin plate. 

Fifth Wheel Adjustable Adapter 12

This adapter lets you tow your 5th Wheel trailer with your gooseneck hitch by simply bolting to your trailer's king pin and connecting to the gooseneck ball.

These adapters have to be the correct height to tow the trailer. Measure from the top of the gooseneck ball to the bottom of the king pin plate. 

Warning: these adapters are not compatible with sidewinder or air ride 5th Wheel king pins.



Hitchweb Team
Friday, May 12, 2017
Hi Edward - For this question can we please have you call tech support - they'll need a little more info from you: 1.800.810.4918 Once we have the part #'s worked out I can quote a better eta, but all of our orders ship from within Canada and we have warehouses across the country, shipping from the one closest to you with stock. If you have any questions or would like more info please contact us at or call 1-800-300-4067 Thank you! Hitchweb Team
edward volkart
Friday, May 12, 2017
i already have the b w turnover ball hitch on my 2000 f350. but i want to change to a 1999 f450 cab and you have the proper brackets for the 99 to change over to it. i understand the cab and chassis has a narrower frame. do you have the kit so it is a bolt on. also i am in british columbia and do you ship out from canada.
Hitchweb Team
Friday, September 25, 2015
Hello Anonymous, Our Gooseneck systems can be found here: Are you looking for above bed or below bed gooseneck system? Once we have this information we can assist you further. Our team will also contact you via email.
Friday, September 25, 2015
I have a2008 dodge ram 3500 and I would like the price of the Colette goose neck system I want the option 2
Hitchweb Team
Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Hello Deanna, Are you towing a 5th wheel trailer or Gooseneck trailer? What Gooseneck hitch does your father have? Do you have rails in the bed of the truck that you are using? Once we have this information we can assist you further. Our team will also contact you via email.

Deanna R. Jones
Wednesday, June 17, 2015

I have a gooseneck hitch in my dad's garage that he wants me to use, but I've never used it before to tow a trailer. These tips seem really great if the hitch ball is already installed in the bed of my truck. What should I do if there isn't a hitch ball? I've only ever set up a truck to a trailer that already had a hitch ball, so I need a few instructions to make sure that I do it right.

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