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Fifth (5th) Wheel Rv Camper To Gooseneck Adapter Hitch Conversion Kit 15" on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Shelley, Idaho, United States

Shelley, Idaho, United States
Condition:New Brand:T Built Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:2600 UPC:696859181450

T Built Adapter Hitch

You have a ball in your truck and are looking for a way to pull your fifth wheel without all the extra hardware in your bed? 

Now you can use this adapter to convert your RV trailer to be pulled with a goose neck ball. 

Works with your B&W turn over ball, or any other goose neck hitch with a 2 5/16" ball. All hardware is included - grade 8 mounting bolts, washers, and lock nuts

With 3 different heights (12", 15", 17") you can select the one that is right for you. These adapters are built to handle whatever comes down the road. So use the measurements below to decide what is going to work best for you!


-20,000 Pound Rating

-Self-centering locking plate

-2-5/16" Ball pocket

-Coupler can be pad locked

-Attaches to most standard king-pin boxes

-Easy Installation 


Which adapter height is right for you?

The best way to figure out the height you need is to back your truck under your camper and set the camper to the desired height from the top of the bed (usually from 6 to 8 inches). Measure from the top of the ball in your truck to the bottom of the king plate on your camper, match that measurement to the measurements described below to decide which height is right for your setup.  


Click on other items for a different height as well as forward models. 

12" Adapter Hitch Height from top of ball to top of mounting plate is 11 inches. 

15" Adapter Hitch - Height from top of ball to top of mounting plate is 14 inches.

17" Adapter Hitch Height from top of ball to top of mounting plate is 16 inches.

Check out our Forward Hitches - For short bed trucks. 

Also we have Remote Release - Hook up from outside the bed.

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Base plate is 10'' x 12''

Contact us for custom heights or questions - 208-589-0395

Do you need Safety Chains?

We have those as well, in Click here for chains


Built in the USA

T Built - Since 2000

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