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Designed to fit the GM OEM hitch platform, this Companion hitch is known for its effortless installation and removal, thanks to a cam-actuated latching mechanism and simple two-piece design. Other features, like 1" thick cast-locking jaws, provide a strong connection and a smooth ride. It's everything you'd expect from our Companion series!

  • Utilizes the GM OEM Towing Prep Package
  • Fits 4 pucks in truck bed. Release handles and it easily converts to a level bed
  • No mounting rails means it's removable and you can use your truck for more than towing
  • Polyurethane bushings provide a quiet, rattle free towing experience
  • Easy to reach, cam action handle means easy release even when parked on unlevel sites
  • Fully articulating head allowing front to back and side to side pivoting
  • 1" thick wrap around jaws for a strong, worry-free connection
MANUFACTURER
DESCRIPTION

It was 1987 in the Midwestern town of Humboldt, Kansas.  Roger Baker was experiencing declining demand for his skills as a classic car restorer, and Joe Works had endured several tough years on the family farm.  To provide for their families, they began applying their skills in a new way—building custom truck beds under the name B&W.



They quickly recognized a way to remove the inconvenience of a gooseneck ball permanently welded in the bed of a truck.  They designed a gooseneck hitch with the mounting hardware underneath the bed and a ball that turned over and stowed in place.  The Turnoverball Gooseneck Hitch was born.  They didn't know it would revolutionize the industry the way it did, but today nearly every gooseneck manufacturer uses this type of ball storage and mounting system.



A few years later, they applied the same concepts to fifth-wheel hitches.  Using the same under-bed mounting hardware and hole in the bed, they designed a Companion with a single point attachement that was removable when not towing.  They also designed the Companion to provide a quiet and smooth ride for the user.



From there, they kept solving problems other hitch manufacturers weren't, always thinking of the customer's towing experience.  They set the bar high and built a company that continues to raise it.



Roger retired in 1999.



Our product line now includes all types of innovative towing products manufactured in our nearly 500,000-square-foot facility.   In 2007, Joe began transferring ownership of the company to us, the now 390 employee-owners.

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