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B and W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Slider Review

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Review of the B and W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Slider


Speaker 1: Today, we're gonna be taking a look at the B&W Companion Slider gooseneck to fifth wheel trailer hitch adapter offering the dual jaws and a 20,000 pound capacity. The part number is BWRVK3400-5W. The B&W Companion fifth wheel hitch is gonna be the perfect solution to have really the best of both worlds. This is designed to work with the B&W gooseneck. So when not in use, we can… see more >     


Brent

3/6/2023

I have a 2006 F-350 short bed with a fuel tank/toolbox combo. Can you tell me the distance from the gooseneck shank to the front of the hitch?

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Mike L.

3/16/2023

You betcha! B&W tells us that the distance from the center of the post that inserts into the center of the Turnover Ball Gooseneck Hitch to the front edge of the base/slider unit closest to the cab of the truck is exactly 15 inches. Hope that helps!

Brent

3/16/2023

Thank you very much. Have to measure when I get home but I believe it will work@MikeL
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Mike L.

3/24/2023

You're very welcome, we're glad we could help!

Jason P.

5/25/2022

Which position do you recommend the arms? I have 6 3/4 ft f250, the guy that installed it did it reverse way of the video for pulling purposes

David B.

5/25/2022

Once installed it is up to you to determine what position the arms need to be in. If you need them forward or backwards for towing that's all well and good as long as it is installed correctly.

Jason P.

5/25/2022

@DavidB that's exactly what the person we had install it for us said.

David B.

5/25/2022

Yup, I can't give you a good position for them because I'm not the one towing the RV. You need to determine the best spot for you to make sure you have the right clearance and smoothest ride. Just hook up and go make some turns and back up a few times, watching how close you get to the cab of the truck and checking if you have the right amount of space.
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