Equine & Goosenecks
Are you a horse enthusiast and tow with a gooseneck trailer? Do you have both a gooseneck and an RV fifth wheel trailer and want to tow with one hitch system? PullRite has given you many user-friendly options that will enhance your towing experience!
Do you have challenges with cab clearance? Have a horse trailer with living quarters that extend beyond the king pin? But you want to tow with a short bed truck? Our SuperGlide line of hitches come in a wide array of mounting system options with fully automatic, sliding capabilities, so if you're not sure what mounting systems we are referring to, you can always click the link above for reference. To watch a video and learn more about our gooseneck adapters and how they work, click here!
If you have a short bed truck, SuperGlide is the best way to get clearance without the stress and hassle of a manual slider. If you're not sure how a SuperGlide hitch works, click here.
The #4424 Horse Trailer Adapter lets you to tow a gooseneck trailer with a long bed truck, or a short bed truck if increased cab-to-trailer clearance is needed. The #4424 is compatible with all SuperGlide hitches. With 14" to 22.75" of hitch travel/slide, depending on which model SuperGlide you choose, you can enjoy switching back and forth from RV to Gooseneck trailering with ease.
For those of you with a SuperLite Four Point (#2400) or Single Point hitch (#2600), the #4443 Horse Trailer Adapter is for you. This adapter quickly converts your trailer's king pin to a gooseneck ball so it is compatible with all SuperLite hitches.
Both Adapters fit a standard 4" coupler tube, is quickly installed and removed with pins and clips.
Check out how these products work by clicking here to watch a video and learn more!
For mounting to PullRite ISR Rails, ISR Series SuperRails, or any other brand of industry standard rail systems, we offer a removable ISR Series #2111 Gooseneck Adapter. It installs like all other ISR Series hitches with pins and clips, but features three positions to help you center your trailer over the axle with one safety chain mounts at each corner.