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Old 03-03-2013, 09:03 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by wa3pnt View Post

The Flat Bed Companion is different than the conventional. There are no "U" Bolts. There is a tube in which the mount slides, and just the top tension bolt that is torqued to 40 Ft-Lbs.

I was concerned that the Companion might not work with my Gooseneck, as mine is fabricated as an integral part of the Hauler Bed. Called B&W, and they assured me it would work, and it does.

As I mentioned earlier, now the best of both worlds.

Nice! I'll admit- I'm a little more than jealous of your truck.

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