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Old 08-26-2014, 10:34 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by denandra2 View Post
I believe the B&W has a square shank as shown in above post, the REESE/DRAWTITE have a round shaft. A HI-RISE conversion hitch will work on these.
+1 on this. I went through the EXACT same scenario you are going through now--prior owner installed the turnover ball, I thought it was a B&W so I bought the Companion, turned out it was NOT a B&W Turnover and wound up ripping it out and replacing it with a B&W so I could use the Companion.

What you have does not appear to be a B&W. It may be compatable though. Looks like the Draw-Tite possibly. Glad to hear you got your rig home though!

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