Draw-Tite was started in 1946 by Bill Whichello, an inventor. Bill’s first product was a clothes line tightener. He called it a Draw-Tite. Unfortunately, that was about the time residential clothes dryers became popular and there wasn’t much call for the original Draw-Tite. Fortunately, Bill was also an avid RV’er. He built a trailer hitch for his car and, since he already had the name copyrighted, he called it a Draw-Tite. Soon, Draw-Tite became a symbol of craftsmanship in the towing industry.
Remov-A-Ball™ Gooseneck

  • Allows full use of pick-up bed area when hauling cargo
  • No alteration of OE exhaust systems required
  • Accommodates all standard vehicle suspensions
  • 2- 5/16" forged, heat treated zinc ball standard, 3" ball optional
  • Spring loaded chrome sliding pin insures positive ball lock
  • Lockable to prevent ball theft (lock not included)
  • Magnetic cover protects ball hole and activating lever slot when not in use
  • In-truck platform may be used with Rail Kits or installed on any vehicle installed on any vehicle providing adequate structure to secure the platform
  • In-truck platform is rated for 30,000 lbs. gross trailer weight and 7,500 lbs. vertical load and tested to V.E.S.C. - 19 specs for 30,000 lbs. gross vehicle weight rating


  • Rail Kits are rated to match manufacturer's vehicle weight ratings
  • Spring loaded safety chain loops included
  • Black powder coat finish
  • Requires installation rail kit