I'm on gooseneck hitch number four with my truck. Two versions of the OEM Mopar hitch and one Unagoose which is supposed to be the strongest hitch you can buy and brags about pin weight and trailer ratings none of us will ever see. Cody is considered to be the second strongest hitch you can buy. If you go to http://www.una-goose.com/ you can see they claim 20,000 (tested to 30K)for the pin rating and 40,000 (tested to 60K) for towing. I don't know what my max pin weight has been but it might exceed 5,000. My Pacbrake air bags are filled to 100 psi empty and when loaded do not exceed the 150 psi max. When I'm hauling loads of top dressing my 20' PJ dump trailer is usually around 30-32K but has hit 34K. Even though my pin and towing numbers are well under the hitch rating the hitch has sagged in the middle. The owner of Unagoose was supposed to make me a hitch with the braces I designed since their hitch was clearly over rated. After seven months and many phone calls he never made me anything so I finally told him to just to mail me a hitch which he did. The steel brackets I designed are 7/16ths steel plate stock. They are likely overkill but you can't be too safe. I only paid $120 to to have them fabricated which is a really good deal. Now I just need to get them painted and switch over the ball locking hardware. The Unagoose is probably good for towing 30K and is more then most guys will ever need. I don't like hitches with that require pins to be pulled to rotate flip over balls. Extra moving parts are a bad thing when it come to structural integrity. The Unagoose just has a locking ring that releases the ball so you can install it upside down and out of the wall. The shaft that hold the ball is deeper then all others and it is fully welded in place. My trailer has electric over hydraulic disc brakes that I paid $3800 to upgrade. I would not recommend towing over 20K with regular electric brakes. The upgraded brakes are amazing and even at with 30-34K in town it will easily jerk the trailer to a stop. The truck has carbon/Kevlar pads from EGR Performance along with their slotted rotors. These are the best brakes you can buy by far. For the front and back it's about $1500 for the parts but it's worth it.