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4 gooseneck ball?

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CenTex Farmall

10-21-2011 11:22:11

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I don't have a trailer for it, but my old one ton has a gooseneck ball that looks to be about 4" in diameter and has about a 1" hole drilled perpendicular through it. The ball can swivel 360 degrees.
Does this thing have a technical name?

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10-21-2011 19:34:53

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 Re: 4 gooseneck ball? in reply to CenTex Farmall, 10-21-2011 11:22:11  
Don't remember the name, but when we bought our first gooseneck in 1970, there were about as many of those type hitches as there were the 2 5/16 inch ball.

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10-21-2011 18:20:06

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 Re: 4 gooseneck ball? in reply to Roger H MI, 10-21-2011 11:22:11  
I've never seen a ball that big, but I've seen where the ball was mounted on the goose neck upside down.

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10-21-2011 14:49:48

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 Re: 4 gooseneck ball? in reply to CenTex Farmall, 10-21-2011 11:22:11  
I don't have a name for you,but there were a couple small's back in the 70s that used a hitch like that.Always looked like it would be a pain getting that pin lined up.We have or had a livestock trucker locally that used a 3 1/2 or 4" ball on his trucks but I never did look at them as to how they were made.

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10-21-2011 13:55:18

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 Re: 4 gooseneck ball? in reply to CenTex Farmall, 10-21-2011 11:22:11  
Never heard of such a thing. Got a picture?

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10-21-2011 19:59:46

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 Re: 4 gooseneck ball? in reply to mkirsch, 10-21-2011 13:55:18  
I'm out on the road so to speak and don't have one handy. I'll get one once I'm back home and post it.

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