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Reese Fifth Wheel for the 2012 Silverado by Chevrolet

Reese Fifth Wheel

(8 reviews)

Code:   RP30075



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Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Round Tube Slider - Dual Jaw - 16,000 lbs - 2012 Silverado by Chevrolet

Fifth-wheel trailer hitch provides excellent jaw-to-king-pin contact with a 2-jaw latching system. Non-binding, round-tube slider helps to eliminate clearance concerns during slow-speed turns. Rails and installation kit sold separately.


  • 2-Jaw locking system provides more jaw-to-king-pin contact than slide-bar models
    • Less rattle
    • Greater security
  • Round-tube slider provides clearance required for your short-bed pickup to turn safely at slow speeds
    • Prevents trailer from hitting the cab of your pickup during sharp, slow-speed turns
    • Inhibits binding and provides smooth operation
  • 4-Way pivoting head eases hookup on unlevel ground
  • 3" Height adjustment
  • Wide stance offers excellent stability
  • Black powder coat finish resists corrosion
  • Locking handle has cushioned grip
  • Above-bed rails and mounting kit sold separately
    • Fits Curt, Valley, Draw-Tite, Hidden-Hitch and Reese base rails
    • Cut installation time in half by using a Chevrolet Silverado-specific bracket kit instead of the universal kit


  • Gross towing weight: 16,000 lbs
  • Vertical load limit: 4,000 lbs
  • Hitch height: 15" - 18"
  • Travel: 11" front to back
  • 5-Year limited warranty

Note: This fifth-wheel trailer hitch will not fit pickups with beds shorter than 6'. It also will not fit trucks with flareside/stepside bed. A minimum 13" extended trailer pin box is recommended. If using a slider, hitch will not adjust to lowest height setting.

Reese Double Jaw

Secure, 2-Piece Jaw

Unlike the more economical slide-bar models, the rounded, 2-piece jaw on this fifth-wheel trailer hitch inhibits rattle and movement by securely wrapping around your trailer's king pin, resulting in easier hookup and a safer, quieter ride.

Round-Tube Slider

Most often used on trucks with 6' beds, this roller helps to eliminate clearance problems during slow-speed turns. When you are towing a fifth-wheel trailer, your hitch must be situated on the cab side of your truck's rear axle. However, at slow speeds you can use a roller to slide the fifth-wheel hitch (and the trailer) toward your truck's tailgate and past the rear axle, creating enough space between the cab of your truck and the trailer to permit less-restricted turning.


30075 Reese Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round-Tube Slider - 16,000 lbs

Video of Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Round Tube Slider - Dual Jaw - 16,000 lbs

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Reese Fifth Wheel RP30075 Review

Video Transcript for Reese Fifth Wheel RP30075 Review

Today were going to review part number rp30075. This is the Reese Fifth Wheel Dual-Jaw Trailer Hitch with the round tube sliders and has a 16,000-pound weight capacity. This fifth wheel trailer hitch has the two-jaw locking system, which will provide more jaw-to-king-pin contact than the economical slide-bar models. Basically Im just going to show you the dual jaws here. If I pull open the hitch you can see the two jaws, one on each side, and when its closed it would wrap around the king pin and it will give less rattle and greater security. This hitch also uses a four-way pivoting head, which you can see goes side-to-side and also front-to-back.

Thatll help ease hookup on unlevel ground. Also on this hitch, Im going to rotate it here to show you, there are four sets of holes here on the crossmember so you can do a height adjustment to get it at the right height above your truck bed. Theres a range of three inches. If you put the bolts in the top set of holes that would be a 15-inch hitch height above the truck bed. If you bolt it into the bottom set of holes that would give you 18-inch maximum, so anywhere from 15-inch to 18-inch hitch height adjustment.

Now this hitch and these legs do have a black powder coat finish which will help resist corrosion. Also comes with the locking handle which has the cushioned grip. Now for demonstration purposes, I already have the sliders mounted on the base rails in this demonstration, but the actual above-bed rails and the install kit is sold separately. You would have to get the correct kit for your vehicle. Now we do recommend the custom mounting kit because that would use the existing holes in your frames so it will minimize the drilling and it would cut the installation time in half when compared to a universal kit.

This hitch will also fit the Curt, Valley, Draw-Tite, Hidden-Hitch, and Reese base rails. This hitch has a gross towing weight capacity of 16,000 pounds, has a vertical load limit of 4,000 pounds. I mentioned the hitch height adjustment of 15-to-18 inches. The travel on this round-tube slider is 11 inches from front to back and it does come with a five-year limited warrantee. I do want to show the features here on the handle.

Theres a handle latch right here that you would put in the open position, and with that open that will allow you the pull the handle out, and theres a notch here that the handle would lock onto. With that open, both dual jaws are open, ready for the king pin to come in. Once the king pin comes in, if you release it the jaws will wrap around the king pin. Once its fully installed you just take this handle latch, push it down over the handle, and that would lock it into place so nobody can operate the handle and open the jaws around the king pin. Another nice feature is if you look on this latch here, there is a hole right here and there is a hole down here on the bracket, so when you close this handle latch the holes will line up. You can put a pin and lock or a pin and clip through there, or you can put a padlock through there for additional security. Padlock would be sold separately. Now also I want to show you the handle for the round-tube slider legs. Basically with the handle in the straight upright position, that would be the unlock position, that will allow the legs on the round-tube slider to move front and back 11 inches. Now once you are pulling to a camping site and youre wanting to maneuver your fifth wheel around into position, you might have to do some sharp turns where the trailer would get close to the cab of the truck. What you want to do is right here, if you pull it this way it will say maneuvering position. Thats the lock position from maneuvering. What that will do is slide on the round-tube sliders until it gets as far as it can towards your tailgate or towards the fifth wheel, and then it would lock into place. That would give you that extra clearance between your truck cab and your fifth wheel trailer. Then you can do your maneuvering. Now once youre done camping and youre ready to get on the road, to tow your trailer what you want to do is you can push it into the towing position, which is the lock position. Then the slider legs will slide on the round-tube sliders all the way this way towards the cab and then lock into place. With that, the fifth wheel is moved closer to the truck cab for just your towing purposes where you wont be doing any sharp turns. One last feature I want to show you on the back of this fifth wheel is there is a large pivot bolt. The fifth wheel hitch head is on this pivot beam. This bolt slides through and holds it all into position. If you did want to take the hitch head off, you can just pop out this pin and clip, and that bolt would slide out, and then that whole top would come off so its a very quick installation or removal, either way. Again, this does come with a five-year limited warrantee. That should do it for review on part number rp30075.

Customer Reviews

Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Round Tube Slider - Dual Jaw - 16,000 lbs - RP30075

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (8 Customer Reviews)

Fifth-wheel trailer hitch provides excellent jaw-to-king-pin contact with a 2-jaw latching system. Non-binding, round-tube slider helps to eliminate clearance concerns during slow-speed turns. Rails and installation kit sold separately.

- RP30075

by: mike R.07/09/2012

excellent service & fith wheel thanks so much . 47308

- RP30083

by: Jeff H11/17/2014

Review from a similar Reese Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider

Nice hitch, went togeather fairly easy. Etrailer was very fast on shipping. Only towed about 30 miles with no problems. On the down side when I removed the hitch for winter only the head removes from the hitch assembly. The sliders and the cross members (one piece unless you unbolt them) are very heavy to remove from the truck bed. 161241

- RP30083

by: AZDrawdy02/18/2011

Review from a similar Reese Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider

This hitch was delivered within 3 days, even using the free ship option. Awesome! I had the rails already bolted in my F350, so the slider and head installation went smoothly with the enclosed instructions. Stout head, and I love the round sliders. Can't wait to hitch up my 12k lbs and drag her up and down the roads around here! 7448

- RP30083

by: Bill R.11/06/2012

Review from a similar Reese Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider

This product is extremely well built and fits the truck perfectly. The custom mounts require no drilling and are very stout. I pulled my 16K lb. toyhauler 300 miles this weekend and the hitch worked flawless. I highly recommend this product and etrailer delivered the hitch within 4 days. 58908

- RP30083

by: Larry T.02/25/2011

Review from a similar Reese Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider

Hitch arrived in less than time estimated. It was not too difficult to assemble, has good instructions. It is somewhat heavier than the one replaced but old one was only 15,000 lbs. Works as advertised and is much easier to slide than old one even when new. good product. 7913

- RP30083

by: JP06/08/2012

Review from a similar Reese Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider

Great heavy duty hitch, instrutions very good. Had hitch put together in 30 minutes. This was my 3rd order from etariler and just as always great service and fast shipping. 43309

- RP30083

by: Curtiss L.11/08/2014

Review from a similar Reese Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider

Easy to install, excellent instructions. Connects well, very happy with this hitch. 159963

- RP30083

by: Birt W.07/14/2014

Review from a similar Reese Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider

Great hitch works like a champ. Great service from etrailer. 141290


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  • The round tube slider will provide 12 inches of front to back travel, compared to 10 inches on a square tube slider. That could provide an extra 2 inches of turning clearance. A round tube slider will eliminate binding, which seems to allow better movement of the hitch on the slider, as compared to the square tube slider. Usually any truck that has a bed less than 8 feet long is considered a short bed truck. It is recommended for short bed trucks to use a slider fifth wheel hitch. I...
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  • Will The Reese Fifth Wheel Custom Installation Kit # RP50082-58 Fit On A 2011 Ford F250 Short Bed
  • I checked with the manufacturer (Reese) to see if there are any differences on the frames on 2011 Ford Trucks. They said that there is nothing different about the frame in 2011, but if your truck is a diesel the DEF tank causes fit issues. The Reese Fifth Wheel Custom Installation Kit, # RP50082-58, will fit on your 2011 Ford F250 short bed as long as it is not a diesel model. A short bed will require a slider unit like the Reese 5th Wheel 16K Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider, #...
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  • Comparing 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Jaw Designs for a Hitch on a 2012 Ford F-250 Short Bed
  • There are a few different jaw types on a 5th wheel hitch. A slide bar can be found on the less expensive hitches like a Pro Series # PS30094. A slide bar, while secure, is going to provide the least snug fit and you will notice the king pin making some noise. Next are double jaws and are much more secure and cut down quite a bit on the movement and noise of the king pin. Many Reese, Curt, and other brand mid-level and higher end hitches have the double locking jaw design like # RP30075. The...
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  • What Fifth Wheel Installation Kit Will Fit A 2011 Dodge Ram 3500 Mega Cab Using A Reese 16K Hitch
  • Currently, the available 5th wheel installation kit for a 2011 Dodge Ram 3500 Mega Cab is the Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit, # C16420-104. This kit does include rails. I recommend using the Curt rails since they are designed to work with the brackets included in the kit. This installation kit is compatible with Curt, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, Reese, Valley, and Husky fifth wheel hitches. I have included a link to the installation instructions for this kit below. If your...
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  • How to Determine Clearance Between 2011 Ford F-250 Cab and a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Every truck and trailer combination is different so measuring and plugging the numbers into a formula are a must. On a 2011 Ford F-250 with a 6-1/2 foot bed, and using the custom installation kit # RP50073-58, the hitch center line will be 36-1/8 inches from the back of the cab. Add to that the distance of travel of a round tube slider like # RP30075, (12 inches of travel) you will have 48-1/8 inches. If the trailer had an extended pin box, you would also add the amount of extension...
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  • 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 2011 Chevy Silverado 2500HD, 2011 Forest River Sierra
  • We have numerous 5th wheel trailer hitches for the 2011 Chevy Silverado 2500HD. The best hitch for your truck and trailer combination is largely dependent on the bed length of the truck. Short bed trucks require a sliding hitch or, in some cases, a sidewinder will need to be added. Long bed trucks can use a standard hitch. If you have a short bed truck, I recommend the Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider, # RP30075. The round tube slider offers 12 inches of travel to...
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  • Will Slider Hitch Or Sidewinder Work On A 2011 Ford F-250 With 6-3/4 Foot Bed Towing A Cyclone 300C
  • I would recommend using a fifth wheel hitch with a slider on your 2011 Ford F-250 with a 6-3/4 foot bed. Failure to do so can result in the front of the trailer loft on your Cyclone 300C fifth wheel striking the rear of the truck cab during sharp turns and causing damage. The hitch you are looking at, the Reese 16K 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Round Tube Slider, part # RP30075, is a great choice. I really like the round tube slider, as sometimes the square tube model sliders can bind,...
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  • Will My RBW 5th Wheel Hitch Fit in 2011 Dodge Ram 2500 Diesel Crew Cab Truck
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  • Reese Fifth Wheel Installation Kit # RP50064-58 Recommendation for a 2007 Chevy Silverado
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  • What Are Measurements To Install Base Rails For Reese Fifth Wheel Hitch On A 2010 GMC Sierra
  • To install a fifth wheel hitch on your 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 with a 6-1/2 foot bed, you will need to use a fifth wheel hitch with a slider. The slider is used to eliminate clearance problems between the truck cab and the fifth wheel trailer on slow speed turns. The Reese 16K Fifth Wheel Hitch, # RP30047 you have referenced is a fixed hitch and will not give you the clearance you will need to tow a fifth wheel with a 6-1/2 foot bed. I would recommend the Reese 16K Fifth Wheel Trailer...
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  • Towing a 5th Wheel Trailer with a Short Bed 2011 Ford F-150 With or Without Factory Prep Package
  • You can tow a 5th wheel trailer with your 2011 Ford F-250, short bed. A Short bed will require a slider unit or, in some cases, depending on the width of the fifth-wheel trailer you will need a stationary hitch and a sidewinder. If your truck has the pre-installed 5th wheel prep package, which includes underbed 5th wheel rails installed at the Ford factory, you will need to use the Reese Elite Series Pre-Assembled 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, # RP30144. I have included a link to the installation...
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  • Will 5th Airborne Pin Box # 5AB-T7234 Provide More Extension than Existing Atwood AB-72 Pin Box
  • Although a replacement pin box like the 5th Airborne Premium Fifth Wheel Air Ride Coupler you referenced, part # 5AB-T7234 or the Trail Aire # UF35-946220 will provide improved ride quality, neither option will extend your current pin box. If you refer to the diagram I provided, you can see the relevant dimensions. As you can see, the king pin is actually located behind the first row of bolt holes that attach the pin box, providing no extension. The dimensions shown represent the Trail...
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  • Recommended 5th Hitch and Pin Box for Towing Jayco Eagle with 2008 Silverado 2500HD Short Bed
  • I will assume that your 2008 Silverado 2500HD has the 6-1/2 foot bed. The pin box of a fifth wheel trailer is the extension that comes off of the underside of the trailer loft. The king pin that locks into the jaws of the fifth wheel hitch extends from the bottom of the pin box. I have edited a photo for you showing these parts. For a 6-1/2 foot bed, we typically recommend using a sliding fifth wheel hitch to provide the proper clearance between the front of the trailer loft and the...
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  • Compatibility of the Reese Revolution Sidewinder and the BandW RVK 3300 Hitch
  • I verified with BandW that the RVK 3300 fifth wheel hitch is compatible with the fifth wheel prep package on your 2011 Ford truck and it is also compatible with the Reese Revolution sidewinder. If you are purchasing the trailer used, then you will want to make sure you are using the standard universal wedge, # 201100. The universal wedge is the wedge that comes standard with the Revolution pin box, but some people buy custom wedges for their particular brand fifth wheel hitch. You could...
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  • Custom 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Installation Kit for a 2011 Ford F-250 Diesel and Husky Slider Hitch
  • For your 2011 Ford F-250, you will need the Reese Quick-Install Custom Base Rails and Installation Kit, # RP50073-58. This is a custom kit, so you will not have to do drilling into the frame. It is designed to work on trucks with the DEF tank. The rails will accept Curt, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, Reese, Valley and Husky trailer hitches with the exceptions of the Reese Elite Series (Signature Series) or Valley UBS hitches which will not fit. I have included a link to a video showing a...
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  • Recommended Fifth Wheel Hitches for 2011 GMC Sierra 2500HD with Short Bed
  • As long as you stay with a name-brand product like Reese, Husky or Curt, you should have no problems. You will want to choose a hitch whose weight capacity exceeds the fully loaded ready-to-tow weight of your fifth wheel. Because your truck has the 6-1/2 foot bed, you will want to choose a sliding hitch. A slider provides additional clearance between the front of the trailer loft and the rear of the truck cab, to prevent the trailer from striking and damaging the truck during turns....
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  • Recommendation for a 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch on a 2009 GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab
  • There are numerous 5th wheel trailer hitch options available for a 2009 GMC Sierra 1500. The right one for your truck and trailer depends on a couple of factors. First, there are 3 different bed length options, 5-1/2 feet, 6-1/2 feet long, and 8 feet long. Since you have a crew cab, I am inclined to believe you have either the 5-1/2 foot bed or the 6-1/2 foot bed. If you have a 5-1/2 foot bed, in order to tow a 5th wheel trailer, you will need a standard 5th wheel hitch and a Sidewinder...
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  • Are Universal 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Installation Brackets Compatible Rails that Run Front to Back
  • The Reese L-shaped brackets are not compatible with the Husky installation kit you have. The # RP30035 brackets are designed for rails that run side to side in the bed. It is not a good idea to mix underbed bracket and rail manufacturers as a rule because they have not been tested together. You will either need to get a compatible installation kit for the hitch and rails or a new fifth wheel trailer hitch and installation kit that are all compatible for your 2010 GMC Sierra. I recommend...
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  • Calculating Clearance Between 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Short Bed Cab and Gooseneck Horse Trailer
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  • Measurements For Installing 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Install Kit # RP30035, 2009 Ford F-150
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  • Recommendation For Fifth Wheel Hitch on 2000 Dodge Dakota V8 to Tow 20 foot Fifth Wheel Camper
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  • Fifth Wheel King Pin to Gooseneck Hitch Adapter for 2011 Chevy Silverado 3500
  • When you get right down to it, if you are going to primarily tow a fifth wheel trailer and you have not installed a gooseneck yet, the best practice really is to use a sliding fifth wheel hitch. Reese offers a nice option, their Elite Series, part # RP30144 that would allow you to install a fifth wheel hitch using rails, part # RP30868 that mount under the truck bed. Four small flush-mounted pucks remain in the bed once the hitch is removed, allowing full bed access. Even a standard...
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  • Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch and Suspension Enhancement for a 2012 Dodge Ram SLT Crew Cab Short Bed
  • For a 5th wheel hitch I recommend going with a 16K Reese round tube slider, # RP30075. The round tube slider offers the most travel, 12 inches, for more clearance when making tight turns. For an installation kit, you can use # RP30035-186. The Firestone air spring system, # F2299, that you referenced installs on the bottom and inside of the frame rails, so there should be no interference issues with a 5th wheel installation kit. I have included a link to the installation instructions...
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  • Under Bed Mount 5th Wheel Recommendation for a 2010 Ford F-350 Super Duty with 6 3/4 Foot Bed
  • We have 2 under bed systems that I would recommend for your 2010 Ford F-350 Super Duty 4 door with 6-3/4 foot bed. The first is the Reese Elite Series Pre-Assembled 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Slider and Wiring Harness - 18,000 lbs, item # RP30144, along with the Under-Bed Rail and Installation Kit for Reese Elite Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches, item # RP30073. This kit will install under the bed of the truck and only 4 pucks are in the bed when the hitch is not installed. We have...
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  • What Is Needed to Tow a 21 Ft. Fifth Wheel with a 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 V8 Short Bed
  • The first thing you will need is an install kit. A fifth wheel install kit provides a set of brackets that attach to the truck frame under the truck bed and a set of rails that bolt through the bed to the brackets. The rails sit in the bed and the actual hitch is pinned to these rails. The installation kit for your truck is part # RP30035 from Reese. I have added a link to the kit and the instructions below. See page 14 of the instructions for your particular vehicle. Once you have...
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  • Will a New 16K Reese Slider 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Fit in Older Reese Rails
  • If the rails in the truck are Reese rails, a newer 5th wheel trailer hitch, like # RP30084, or # RP30075 for a 16K, will probably fit. But to be sure, you can measure the existing rails, just to be sure. On each rail there should be 3 sets of slots. You will want to measure left to right. The first set, furthest out on either end, should be 29 inches apart on center. The next set should be 20-5/8 inches apart on center. And the inner most set should be 10 inches apart on center. Then,...
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  • Can a Revolution Pin Box be Used Instead of a Slider 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch on a 2013 GMC Sierra
  • A Revolution or Sidewinder (they are the same. Revolution is the name given to it when it comes OEM on a trailer) can be used in place of a slider hitch even when a Sidewinder is not required. It will provide plenty of clearance and you will not have to get in and out of the truck to slide the hitch back. If the trailer you have can accept a Sidewinder then it is definitely a viable option. The Sidewinder fits on the trailer so a hitch will be needed either way. With a Sidewinder, you...
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