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  • Smoother and Safer towing with Air Ride Technology
  • Choose between the Shocker Hitch Gooseneck or the 9” Extension Coupler Air Hitch
  • Towing Weight Capacity is 30,000 lbs. & Tongue Weight 7,000 lbs. (TW for 9” offset is 6,000 lbs.)
  • Designed to Fit a standard 2-5/16” gooseneck ball
  • Three height Adjustment holes to adjust your trailer level
  • Standard Coupler is 3” forward from OE coupler & the offset coupler is 9”
  • 9” offset hitch is for shorter truck beds or trailers with square fronts for increased cab clearance
  • Make sure you measure your stem twice when picking out your new gooseneck hitch
  • Made in the USA, Jamestown, ND

The Shocker Gooseneck Air Hitch is a towing accessory designed to provide a smoother, more stable towing experience, especially for heavy loads. Unlike traditional fixed gooseneck hitches, the Shocker Gooseneck Air Hitch features an airbag system that absorbs shock and vibration, reducing the impact on both the truck and the trailer.
What makes the Shocker Gooseneck Air Hitch stand out from the rest is its air ride suspension system, this system utilizes compressed air to cushion the connection between your truck and trailer to minimize jarring, jolts, bumps and even damage during your towing adventure.
Shocker Hitch has two different styles of air ride goosenecks hitches for you. Make sure you pick the one that is best for your needs. The standard air gooseneck works great with longer truck beds, trailers that the gusset is at least 3” from the bottom of the stem opening. Where the 9” offset is perfect for trailers that have a squared front, you have a short bed truck.
Every Shocker Surge gooseneck hitch comes with three adjustment holes and is custom designed to fit your trailers specs, simply choose your stem to match your existing coupler stem tube, these are either square or round, then pick between 3.5”, 3-5/16”, 4” or 4.5” for your stem size, lastly make sure you have the correct pin hole (straight through or angled), or top crank.
If you are tired of feeling every bump while pulling your gooseneck trailer, then it’s time to step up your towing game with the Shocker Hitch Gooseneck Air Hitch. Just remember to measure twice and order once.

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BrandShocker Hitches
Warranty1 Year
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Order Notes

The Shocker Hitch is a heavy-duty unit; however, it is imperative that any weight capacity ratings are not exceeded on the ball that is mounted on your tow vehicle, or the Shocker Hitch. Use only a 2 5/16" diameter ball that is V-19 rated. Do not exceed gross vehicle weight rating of the ball being used.

When towing heavy trailers or trailers with high wind resistance it may be necessary to increase air pressure in the Shocker Hitch.



When ordering the right hitch for you, we need to look at these few things.
What style of Gooseneck you need?
Standard Surge Goose Neck
The Standard – This hitch is designed for trailers that have neck gusset 3in from the bottom of the trailer neck sleeve.
9” Offset Surge Gooseneck
The 9” offset version is good for increasing cab clearance when turning corners with trailers that have a wide square front and a short box truck.
Measuring Guide:
If you have a round stem gooseneck, this guide will help you know which gooseneck hitch & coupler to order. Tube Size can vary from 100mm (3-15/16″) to 4″ in diameter. Measuring through pin holes can usually tell the size. If slightly less than 4″ it’s a 100mm (3-15/16″ stem). Square stems can be 100mm (3-15/16″, 4″ or 4.5”. This guide is for round tube stem gooseneck.
If the pin is Angled on a metric 100mm (3-15/16″) stem then the pin angle is greater than if it is angled on a 4″ stem. Straight pin holes are the least common. A 4″ round stem with angled pins is the most common. If it has a bulldog sticker, it is going to be a 4″ stem with angled pin.
Safety Notice:
The Shocker Hitch is a heavy-duty unit that in most cases exceeds factory weight capacities, therefore it is imperative that you always read and follow the tongue and towing weight capacities recommendations of your truck.
Maximum Pressure:
Do not exceed 100 psi in the air bag, as it may cause damage.
The Shocker Hitch Gooseneck Surge hitch is a low-pressure hitch that absorbs the front & back jerking and tugging the trailer does to the truck resulting in a better ride for you and your trailer contents.


Air Pressure Setting for Shocker Gooseneck Surge Air Hitch - Shocker Hitch


Installation is simple but its recommended that you don't attempt it alone. Please check out the installation video below or call us toll-free if further assistance is needed.

How to Install a Gooseneck Surge Air Hitch - Shocker Hitch


The limited warranty period for hitches purchased from Shocker Hitch, or sold through one of our authorized dealers, is one year (365 days) from date of purchase. Any replacement hitch, or part assumes the remaining warranty of the original physical good or 365 days from the original purchase.

The limited warranty covers any defects in material or workmanship under normal use during the warranty period of one year (365 days) from original date of purchase. During the warranty, Shocker Hitch will repair or replace, at no charge, the Shocker Hitch, or parts of the Shocker Hitch, that proves defective because of improper material or workmanship, under normal use and maintenance.

What does this limited warranty not cover?

  • Shipping or transportation costs incurred to repair or replace the hitch

  • Damage incurred on the hitch while in transit to Shocker Hitch for warranty purposes. Any finish such as paint, powder coating, etc., on the hitch. Normal wear and tear of hitch under proper use. Labor or service charges involved in replacing any hitch. Damage resulting from abuse, neglect, misuse, or any accident. Product which is improperly installed, overloaded, modified, or altered. Loss of time, expenses, vehicle use, other vehicle damage, replacement rental, lodging, or incidental cost.

  • Conditions, malfunctions, or damage not resulting from defects in material or workmanship

  • Damage resulting from improper maintenance

  • Damage resulting from theft of a product, loss of a product, and natural disasters

  • Damage resulting from improper use or application, such as exceeding weight ratings

  • Use of unapproved accessories, or unapproved modification to the product or Shocker Hitch