LINE-X is your towing accessories headquarters. Our truck accessories shop is located in Cheyenne, Wyoming. We have a full line of hitches, including B&W turnover ball (goose neck) hitches, Curt & Reese 5th wheel and rear mount hitches. We also have towing load support systems including air bags, add-a-springs, and much more. When it comes to towing accessories…we have it all! Call us today or stop into one of our locations to talk to an expert!
Check out our list below of our most popular towing products and accessories. Not seeing what you’re looking for? We’re sure to have it, call us today and speak to our experts for help selecting the right products for your needs!
LINE-X offers quick and convenient trailer hitch installation with Colorado’s most competitive pricing! Not sure what size or class of trailer hitch receiver you need? Check out our handy Hitch Receiver Class Guide!
LINE-X is your professional source for 5th wheel installation and everything you need to haul your 5th wheel trailer or camper.
LINE-X is one of the largest and most trusted B&W Gooseneck Hitch installers. Installing many gooseneck turnover ball hitches a year, including many for our trusted dealership customers, you can have confidence knowing it was installed correctly with your safety in mind.
Your truck’s towing upgrades aren’t complete without a quality Proportional Brake Controller, and Tekonsha brake controllers is the name to trust. Call us today for pricing and availability on a brake controller for your truck.
CURT is a leading manufacturer and marketer of top-quality towing products. The company offers American-made, custom-fit receiver hitches and wiring harnesses for nearly any vehicle on the road.
They also market a broad range of trailer hitches, towing systems and related accessories. CURT is ‘The First Name in Towing Products’ for automobile and truck hitches, as well as RV, gooseneck and commercial towing systems. CURT employs hundreds of associates, primarily at their manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. CURT operates 10 regional warehouses, each carrying over 2,500 items and has been twice named a Wisconsin ‘Manufacturer of the Year’.
B&W’s concept of “A hitch when you need it, a level bed when you don’t” has been the basis for the B&W Turnover Ball Gooseneck Hitch since 1988. The patented Turnover Ball offers you the versatility you need when you need it. B&W offers a Turnover Ball Hitch to fit nearly every domestic full-sized pickup on the market.
“Made in America” means more today than ever before. It’s a promise about quality and dependability, not a compromise. When it comes to your trailer hitch, it’s important you get that kind of promise. A guarantee. A hitch you can rely on. B&W doesn’t compromise and neither should you. That’s why they offer a lifetime warranty on all of their products, and they commit themselves to purchasing only U.S.-made steel that is shaped into safe and durable American products.
Tekonsha Engineering opened its doors in 1963 and at that time manufactured wooden steps for the Mobile Home Industry. In the mid 1960’s they started manufacturing hydraulic brake controls (2014 & 2015). When the 70’s came Tekonsha Engineering made a major break through, they were the first to break new ground with an electronic brake control (the sway control and the 2040). These units changed the company forever. They went on to manufacture the 2016 & 2017, which are hydraulic controls, and the 2030 & 2035, electronic controls.
Ride-Rite was established in the early 1970’s. Initially, Ride-Rite air helper springs were designed for Class A Motorhomes as the continuous load caused the leaf springs to fatigue very quickly. By offering an adjustable air spring, motorhome owners realized the ability to compensate for extra load and side-to-side pressure adjustment.
In the early 1990’s, Firestone vastly expanded its line of Ride-Rite air helper springs to include most pick-up and van applications. Today, they fit passenger cars, SUVs, Pick-Ups, Vans, Cab & chassis and of course Class A,B & C motorhomes.
Post-war automotive fascination meant that families were crisscrossing the country in their cars, usually loaded down with kids and luggage—causing the springs to sag badly. In 1949, Air Lift Company set out to build a suspension that would not only help support an overloaded vehicle, but would also improve ride quality and safety…a state of mind that Air Lift still adheres to today.
As pickup trucks and SUV’s started to become a more mainstream mode of transportation, Air Lift began developing load support kits to assist with towing and hauling. No longer was towing your trailer like riding a rickety rollercoaster; Air Lift’s revolutionary air springs allowed you to level your vehicle and tow with safety and confidence. Today, Air Lift Company is a leader in manufacturing load leveling air bag kits that not only improve safety, but also ride quality.