Gooseneck Hitch Install

I've installed a couple of B&W turnover ball hitches. Only way to go IMO. These have been in Dodges, but same principles apply. Super strong, simple design, easy to flip over ball, leaves a mostly flat bed when stowed, no parts to remove and take up space elsewhere. Made in USA
 
I installed the factory Ford one in my 2019 think it was 550 from the dealer drops right in all pins line right up just drill the holes also got the wiring kit with it
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Anyone on here installed their own gooseneck hitch? I’m debating between Curt and B&W. I’m leaning towards B&W, but any opinions are welcome.
If you are not going with the factory Ford one go with B&W the best on the market been using them for years. Made in the good old USA
 
Anyone on here installed their own gooseneck hitch? I’m debating between Curt and B&W. I’m leaning towards B&W, but any opinions are welcome.
I'm familiar with B&W and would recommend them hands down. No - Touch ball setup.

 
I ordered my Tremor with the 5th wheel prep in anticipation of purchasing a 5th wheel travel trailer after we sell our motorhome but have held off purchasing the hitch until we finally decide on which Fiver we get and what it will require.

These threads are helpful so I’ll be more prepared when the time comes. (Probably this winter after the RV shows-if they have any!)
 
I believe the Ford hitch is a Reese. I was told that I could buy a Reese pin or hitch anywhere and it will work. Don’t have to buy from ford
 

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