Goosenecks &

Fifth Wheels


The primary advantage of a gooseneck trailer over a standard bumper trailer hitch is its stability. The choice between the two is important and can affect your driving more than you think.

It all comes down to weight placement and distribution. With a gooseneck, the tongue weight of the trailer is over the truck’s rear axle instead of at the back of the frame. This means the likelihood of the trailer swaying is minimized. This is good news because the increased stability means gooseneck trailers can accommodate more weight.


  • RA HITCH is an Authorized Dealer for the #1 selling gooseneck hitch in America – The Turnoverball by B&W Trailer Hitches
  •  The B&W Turnoverball is a hitch when you need it and a level bed when you don’t. It’s the hitch that started it all.
Man installing gooseneck turnover ball into bed of truck
Zoomed image of Blue OX Super Ride 5th wheel in bed of truck

Fifth Wheels

Fifth wheels and goosenecks are often mis-identified.  While they are similar, they are not the same. The primary difference is that a gooseneck trailer will slide into the bed of your truck and over a ball hitch. Most people have seen them used for hauling horses. Similarly, a fifth wheel trailer does attach in the bed of a pickup truck BUT it uses a hinged plate hitch. To help imagine this setup, it is commonly seen on semi-trucks.

Give us a call and we can help find the right setup for you!


  • RA HITCH is an Authorized Dealer for the popular Super Ride by Blue OX and the Companion by B&W Trailer Hitches
  • Our fifth wheel installations and top-of-the-line products will ensure you have a quick, easy setup and the smoothest ride on the road.
B&W Trailer Hitch's fifth wheel hitch in bed of truck
Man in bed of truck inserting gooseneck attachement for trailer
Man inserting Gooseneck hitch ball into receiver in bed of black truck

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