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  • What is the Weight of the Reese Elite Series 5th Wheel Hitch # RP30144
  • I spoke with my contact at Cequent and she said the Reese Elite Series 5th Wheel Hitch, part # RP30144, weighs 218 pounds. I have included the installation instructions for this hitch for you to check out.
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  • What is the Towing Capacity of a 2014 Toyota Tundra 5.7 Liter Standard Bed Off Road Package
  • According to the owners manual for the 2014 Toyota Tundra the maximum that the truck can tow is 10,500 pounds and that is for a specific model (2-wheel drive, regular cab, long bed with 5.7 liter and factory towing package). Since your model has the off road package it is likely 4-wheel drive. Depending on the model code of your truck you might be able to tow up to 9,900 pounds. You will want to consult the truck owners manual to know specifically what your towing capacity is since there...
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  • How to Determine Towing Capacity for a 2004.5 Dodge Ram Cummins
  • The final authority on what your towing capacity will be the owners manual of your 2004.5 Dodge Ram. Without knowing whether you have a 2500 or 3500 would make it pretty hard to determine. You also need to consider that even though you have modified your vehicle you still are limited to the factory capacity for your truck. Taller tire and lift kits can make it more difficult to tow the vehicle level, but it's still possible. Capacities are more than just the power the engine produces....
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  • Can a 2014 or 2015 Chevy Silverado 3500 Dually Diesel Tow a 16,000 Pound 5th Wheel Trailer
  • A 2014 or 2015 Chevy 3500, single rear wheels or dually, will be able to handle a 16K 5th wheel trailer without a problem. Diesel models of the 2014 can tow over 17,000 pounds (Chevy website). For 2015 it is 22,900 pounds. This is assuming a dually, crew cab, 2 wheel drive, 6.6 liter diesel motor. These figures are consistent with what you have provided. You just need the proper installation kit and 5th wheel hitch. For a 2014 or 2015 I recommend custom installation kit # RP50066-58....
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  • Can a 2015 Ford Super Duty Truck with 6.2 liter Tow a 15k Trailer
  • From the research I did it looks like you wouldn't be able to. The towing capacity I found said 14k was the max. I would recommend you consult your owners manual to verify this though. You also have to consider whether or not that is the dry weight for the trailer. If it is, then most likely the trailer will weigh even more when loaded and ready to tow.
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  • Can a 2012 Ram Tow a 9250 Pound 5th Wheel Trailer
  • A 5th wheel trailer weighing 9,250 pounds is on the lighter side of 5th wheel trailers. I am pretty sure that your 2012 Ram can handle that if it is a 2500 or 3500 but to be sure you will want to consult the owners manual for the towing and payload capacities to make sure that your specific model has the capacity to tow the trailer. If it is a 1500 series then based on what I could find only the Tradesman Heavy Duty models have enough capacity to tow the trailer. If you can tell me more...
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  • Can 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 with 6-Ft Bed Pull a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • We do offer a range of sliding 5th wheel hitches for your 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 with 6-foot bed and all can be seen on the link provided. Check your manual for the vehicle towing and payload capacities, or you can determine the maximum trailer weight your truck can tow by taking a few figures from your driver's door jamb sticker. From the GCWR (gross combined weight rating) subtract the GVW (gross vehicle weight); the difference will be the maximum trailer weight you can safely tow. We...
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  • Does Rear Axle Gear Ratio Matter when Choosing a Truck to Tow a 36 Foot 5th Wheel Trailer
  • What matters is the tow capacity of the truck you use to tow the trailer. It needs to have a towing capacity that exceeds the gross trailer weight when loaded and ready to tow, regardless of the gear ratio. It is possible that a truck could have a lower gear ratio and still have enough towing capacity. Most 3/4 and 1-ton trucks are going to be able to tow the trailer without issue (more likely a 1-ton) just be sure to check the towing capacity prior to buying a truck. On trucks with...
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  • Can a 2013 GMC Sierra 1500 Tow a 2015 Cougar Fifth Wheel Trailer that weighs 9,600 lbs
  • First thing you want to do is consult the owners manual of your 2013 GMC 1500 Sierra and be sure not to exceed the towing capacity listed there with your 2015 Cougar Fifth Wheel Trailer that weighs 9,600 lbs when loaded. From the research I did it looks like you would be over the capacity so I would not recommend you tow that trailer with your truck. Suspension enhancement like the Timbren System part # TGMRCK15S do not give you additional towing capacity. They only help your truck tow...
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  • What is the Recommended Clearance from Top of Truck Bed to Trailer for a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The recommended minimum distance between the top of the truck bed side rail and the underside of a fifth wheel trailer is 6 inches. This is usually enough clearance to allow for roll and pitch when driving on uneven roads, dips or hills, but there may be some towing setups that require more clearance. If you think your trailer may hit your truck bed with it's current setup, then I recommend either raising the height of your fifth wheel hitch or lowering the pin box position on the trailer....
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  • Where is the Height Range of a Fifth Wheel Hitch Measured From
  • The height range of the Curt Slider Fifth Wheel Hitch part # C16521 is from the top of the install rails to the top of hitch with the head sitting level. Most rails are about 1-1/4 inches in height. So the maximum height the Curt Q16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch # C16521 that you referenced would sit in the bed of your truck would be 18-1/4 inches. Slider hitches are usually pretty heavy and this hitch is no exception as it weighs 193 lbs. The price for this hitch is available at the link...
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  • Will Tonneau Cover On Bed Rail Clear Fifth Wheel Hitch When Installed On 2012 Ford F-250 Crew Cab
  • I spoke with my contact at Cequent about the Pro Series Fifth Wheel, part # PS30094. The weight of the hitch is 130 lbs. If you choose to just remove the head, the weight of it is 42 lbs. The slider handle may protrude above the bed rails of your truck and may interfere with the tonneau cover. Based on what I have been able to find for the depth of your 2012 Ford F-250 truck bed at 20 inches, removing the entire hitch may be the easiest way to make sure you have the room for your cover....
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  • What is the Optimum Towing Level for a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Being 1.2 inches high on your fifth wheel trailer should be just fine. Typically being within a couple inches of level will work just fine. Obviously being perfectly level is absolutely ideal, but in your situation you are close enough and would not have any issues. When a trailer is too high usually tracking or sway problems can occur, but it would have to be a higher than where your trailer is sitting.
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  • How Much Does the B&W Companion OEM 5th Wheel Hitch for Ram Towing Prep Package Weigh
  • The B&W Companion OEM 5th Wheel Hitch for Ram Towing Prep Package # BWRVK3600 weighs 149 lbs.
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  • Will the Reese Elite Slider Hitch part # RP30144 fit the Hitch Prep Package of a 2013 Ford F250
  • Yes, the Reese Elite Series Pre-Assembled 5th Wheel Hitch # RP30144 that you referenced will install into the underbed hitch prep package that you have in your 2013 Ford F250. This hitch should work well for you and since it has a slider on it you should be able to make 90 degree turns with your short bed truck. I attached an FAQ on the Ford hitch prep packages for you to check out as well.
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  • What is Meant by 16K Gross Towing Weight Rating on Curt 5th Wheel Hitch # C16115
  • The Curt E16 5th Wheel Hitch that you referenced, part # C16115, is rated for 5th wheel trailers up to 16,000-lbs gross towing weight. Gross towing weight means the trailer weight plus the weight of all loaded water, propane, supplies and equipment - everything. The weight of your 39-foot Forest River Wildwood 5th wheel will depend on the exact model and how it is equipped. For example, Wildwood model 33BHOK has a shipping weight of about 9100-lbs but its gross vehicle weight rating...
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  • Does the Angle of the Head Assembly of the Reese Slider Hitch # RP30084 Affect Pivoting Ability
  • Although the angle of the head assembly appears to angle back this does not negatively affect the ability of the head to pivot. The pivoting range of the head assembly was designed with the angle of the slider unit in mind and does not cause any issue. I confirmed this with my contact at Reese. If you wanted a very similar setup with an upgraded slider that has the head crossmember not angled check out the Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Round Tube Slider # RP30083. Round tube sliders...
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  • Distance from the Rear of the Bed of 2004 Ford F250 to the Rear Rail for Installing 5th Wheel Hitch
  • The distance from the rear of the bed of your 2004 Ford F250 to the first rail will be 32-1/4 inches. I attached a picture that I took from the installation instructions for the rail kit part # RP50082-58 that is confirmed to fit your truck that shows other installation dimensions that you might find informative as well.
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  • Can a 2010 Dodge Ram 2500 Diesel Tow an 11,500 Pound 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The truck's gross weight when loaded at 7,900 pounds will subtract from the gross combined weight rating which you stated is 20,000 pounds, not the payload capacity. The payload capacity is the amount of weight the bed can hold. As long as the pin weight of the trailer is under 2,340 pounds then your 2010 Ram 2500 is more than capable of towing the trailer. If needed, put some of the cargo towards the back of the trailer instead of in the truck cab or bed. Given that the trailer you...
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  • Is there a Maximum Bed Height to Tow a 5th Wheel Trailer without Hitting the Truck Bed Sides
  • Turning comes into play if you have a short bed truck and not enough clearance from the center of the hitch to the back of the truck cab. There is no specific height from bed floor to the top of the rails that you have to have in order to use a 5th wheel hitch. Hitches are height adjustable by several inches and so is the pin box on most trailers. Between these two adjustments even the taller beds on newer trucks should not be a problem. What can cause issues is trucks with lift kits...
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  • Distance from the front of the Box to the Center of 5th Wheel Head on a 2003 Ford F350 Short Box
  • The center of the hitch will be approximately 36-1/8 inches from the front of the box. For a installation kit for your 2003 Ford F350 short bed I would recommend the Reese Fifth Wheel Installation Kit # RP50082-58. The measurement I just gave you came from the installation instructions for this product. They are attached. Custom install kits will install in about half the time as a universal kit and will minimize drilling. I attached an install video for this product for you to check...
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  • Weight Of Pro Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Slider # PS30857
  • I called my contact at Pro Series about the weight of the Pro Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ Slider, part # PS30857. They told me that you can remove the head, which would weigh approximately 58 lbs separate from the head base and slider. The head base and slider would weigh approximately 75 lbs. Since this fifth wheel hitch is quite heavy, I would strongly suggest you enlist the help of someone to help with lifting the hitch when removing from the bed of the truck.
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  • Distance Between the Legs of the Reese R16 Hitch # RP30866
  • I went out into our show room and measured the distance between the mounting tabs of the Reese R16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch # RP30866 and it measures 21-1/2 inches.
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  • Slider Fifth Wheel Hitch Recommendation for 2012 Ford F250 With Short Bed
  • You need to make certain you have the correct towing capacity, GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating), for your 2012 F250 truck. You can get this information from either your owners manual or your local dealership. You will need to find the GTW. The easiest way to determine this is by adding the actual weight of the vehicle and the trailer, giving you the GCW (Gross Combined Weight), then subtracting the GVW (actual weight of the vehicle when fully loaded). This will give you the maximum...
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  • What are the Dimensions of the Center Pin on the Husky Silver Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • I believe you are talking about the large center pin where the head pivots. I have included a picture showing the measurements I took. The overall length is approximately 7-3/4 inches. And the diameter is approximately 1-1/2 inches.
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  • Distance from the Rear of the Bed of a 2000 Chevy Silverado to the Rear 5th Wheel Rail
  • If you have the Reese Fifth Wheel Installation Kit # RP30035 (the recommended universal rail kit for the 2000 Silverado) the correct distance from the rear of the bed to the rear of the back rail is 25-1/8 inches. I attached a copy of the installation instructions for this rail kit and a picture that I took from the instructions that shows the measurement.
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  • How Far Does the Pro Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Extend Beyond the Forward Rail
  • On the forward rail measuring to the center point between the 2 rails is approximately 11 inches (measuring from the center of the forward rail to the center of the hitch jaws). When slid forward the full 10 inches, the center of the hitch jaws will be 21 inches back from the center of the forward rail.
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  • How to Determine if Rails are Standard Fifth Wheel Rails
  • It sounds like you could have a set of standard fifth wheel rails that most manufacturers use for their fifth wheel hitches to install into. The different manufacturers all make their own brand of rail kit, but they all have basically the same dimensions so that other manufacturers hitches would fit into them. Check out the picture I attached to see dimensions of standard rails and compare them to yours. If you do determine that you do have standard size rails the Curt E5 5th Wheel Trailer...
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  • Where Should Fifth Wheel King Pin Sit in Relation to Axle Centerline on 2004 Ford F250
  • The exact placement of the hitch will depend on which installation kit is used. Generally speaking, fifth wheel hitches are installed so that the king pin will fall either directly over the rear axle centerline or within a few inches forward of that point. According to Reese, if their universal install kit, part # RP30035 is used, the hitch should be installed so that the king pin sits approximately .4 inches forward of the rear axle centerline. If the custom install kit # RP50082-58...
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  • How is the Height Adjustment Measured on the Curt Q20 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • When measuring the height of a 5th wheel hitch it would be from the top of the truck bed corrugations to the top of the head. The Q20, # C16130, is height adjustable from 13 to 17 inches. Since the X5, # 16310, sets in a gooseneck ball hole but the rails would be no higher than regular rails, it does not add height. To get the proper height setting you would need to know the distance from the top of the bed side rails to the bottom of the trailer overhang. You need 5 or 6 inches of space...
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  • How Much Clearance is Needed Between the Top of a Truck Bed and a 5th Wheel Trailer Overhang
  • The clearance between the bottom of a 5th wheel overhang and the truck bed is going to depend on several factors including the ride height of the truck, the height setting on the pin box on the trailer and the height setting on the 5th wheel hitch. What you are looking for when connected is a distance of 5 to 6 inches between the bottom of the trailer overhang and the top of the truck bed. Fifth wheel trailer hitches and most 5th wheel trailers are height adjustable to varying degrees...
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  • Determining the Type of Hitch that was Previously Installed on a 2011 Chevrolet 2500HD
  • The bolt pattern that you are describing in the bed of your 2011 Chevrolet 2500HD sounds like a fifth wheel hitch with industry standard 4-bolt base rails. You can verify this by measuring the distance between the bolt holes front to back. Each of the bolt holes should be 22 inches apart on center. The 4-bolt base rails have two bolt holes per base rail on opposite ends, but people will often add a middle bolt to provide extra support (see photo). The 4-bolt base rails are used by multiple...
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  • Experiencing Chucking When Towing a Car Trailer with a 2010 GMC 3500 Diesel and Curt Q24 Hitch
  • There are a few things to look that could cause chucking when towing a fifth wheel trailer. The Curt Q24 is one of the best hitches on the market to reduce chucking when towing a fifth wheel trailer. The first thing I would check is to make sure everything in your towing set up does not exceed any capacities. The weight of your trailer does fall within the capacity of this hitch, but based on my research of your 2010 GMC 3500 Dually 6.6L turbo diesel, the weight of your trailer is close...
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  • Mounting Tab Dimensions of Reese R20 # RP30867 Fifth Wheel Hitch
  • I am assuming you are asking about the distance apart of the mounting tabs that insert into the bed mounting rails. The side to side dimension, measured center hole to center hole is 20-1/2 inches. Front to back, center tab to center tab measures 22 inches, as you can see in the photo I edited for you. The Reese R20 is compatible with Reese, Curt, Hidden Hitch, Draw-Tite, Pro Series, Husky or Valley bed rails.
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  • Ability of 2012 Ford F150 to Tow 8 by 32 Foot Office Trailer
  • The ability of your truck to tow the office trailer will depend primarily on the weight of the trailer and the towing capacity of your truck. You will not want to tow the trailer if its weight exceeds your trucks capacities. The GCWR (gross combined weight rating) should be listed on a sticker in the drivers side door jamb of your truck. This weight rating represents the maximum weight of the vehicle, its cargo and the weight of the trailer and its contents. If you subtract the GVW (gross...
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  • Towing Capacity of 2011 Chevy Silverado 2500HD
  • To determine the towing capacity of your Silverado, you will need to know the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW), which is the curb weight of the vehicle plus the weigh of passengers, cargo and gas, and the Gross Combined Weight Rating (GCVR) which is the maximum amount that your vehicle plus the trailer can weigh. If you subtract the GVW from the GCVR, the result will be a close approximation of the maximum trailer weight your vehicle can safely tow. The GCVR and GVW are typically listed on...
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  • Will a Slider Hitch in the Tow Position Be in the Same Position as a Stationary Hitch
  • When in the towed position a 5th wheel hitch with a slider like the Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Square Tube Slider # RP30051 that you referenced the hitch will be in the same position as a stationary hitch. Its only when you have it in the rearward, maneuver position that it will be slid further back in the truck bed. I attached an FAQ on fifth wheel hitches for you to check out also.
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  • What are the Pin Hole Dimensions on the Reese Select Plus 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch # RP30081
  • The mounting pin holes on the Reese Select Plus Fifth Wheel Hitch, # RP30081, measure front to back 21-15/16 inches center to center and side to side 20-5/8 inches center to center. This hitch is designed to fit all standard base rails. I have attached a photo showing these dimensions for you to check out. If you determine that this hitch will not fit your rails, then you will want to choose a hitch based on the brand of your base rails. If you can tell me the manufacturer of your...
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  • Is the Sidewinder Fifth Wheel King Pin Any Longer Than the Standard King Pin On Fifth Wheel
  • The Sidewinder Fifth Wheel King Pin relocates the pivot point from the connection of the hitch and the king pin to the point where the pin box connects to the trailer, thus providing 22 inches of additional clearance between the rear of the cab and the trailer. The Sidewinder will attach to your pin box on your fifth wheel and replace the standard king pin you have now. It will keep the king pin in the same location as your standard pin box. It is not any longer. The Sidewinder can...
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  • What are the Mounting Hole Spacing Measurements for the Reese Low-Profile 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • I spoke with my contact at Reese and I have the following dimensions for you for the Reese Low-Profile 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, # RP30054. First, the mounting holes front to back are 15 inches apart on center. From side to side with the brackets turned out, the hole spacing is 25 inches apart on center. From side to side with the brackets facing in, the hole spacing is approximately 22 inches on center. And the overall width with the brackets turned out is approximately 28 inches. I...
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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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  • Distance Between Bed Rails for Installation of Curt E5 16K Fifth Wheel Hitch
  • Do you know who manufactured your existing bed rails? The Curt E5 16K Fifth Wheel Hitch you referenced, part # C16115 are compatible with universal rails manufactured by Reese, Curt and Valley. A universal rail will have three mounting slots on each side of the rail, as shown in the photo with dimensions I have linked to. Your front and rear rail should be 22 inches apart, measured from the center of the front rail to the center of the rear.
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  • Can a 5th Wheel Slider be Used to Tow a Trailer in the Rear Maneuvering Postion
  • The purpose of a slider is to make it easier to maneuver a trailer into parking situations, when the vehicle is at a very low speed. A slider is not to be used in the rearward position while towing the trailer. The slider was not designed for that and it would be unsafe to use it that way. The weight of your trailer would be too far back on your truck bed to allow you to be able to safely maneuver and brake your trailer in the maneuver position. I attached an FAQ article on fifth-wheel...
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  • Dimensions of Holland/Binkley Inverted Fifth Wheel Hitch Part FW0002-45
  • The Holland/Binkley Inverted Fifth Wheel hitch you are referring to, part # FW0002-45 is 8-1/8 inches tall measured from the top of the mounting plate to the top of the hitch plate itself. The mounting plate is rectangular, and measures 6x10-5/8. We also offer the retractable king pin, part # FW0030.
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  • Height Above Truck Bed Floor of Reese 16K Fifth Wheel Hitch Part # RP30047
  • The Reese 16K Fifth Wheel Hitch you referenced, part # RP30047 is height-adjustable. Depending on how its adjusted, the top of the fifth wheel head will be between 14-1/2 and 18 inches above the floor of the truck bed. For the RP30047, we offer the install kit, part # RP50066-58. To see the install instructions for the hitch, as well as the instructions for the install kit, click on the provided links.
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  • Installation Instructions for 5th Wheel Hitch Rails in a 1989 GMC Pickup
  • It will depend on the manufacturer of the fifth-wheel rails that you are installing and the bed length of your 1989 GMC truck. If you are installing a Reese fifth-wheel hitch you will need to determine if you have a 10 bolt installation kit, or a 4 bolt installation kit. If you are installing the 10 bolt kit, # RP30035, page 6 of the instructions, see link, shows the installation dimensions. Be sure to match your truck to the year, make and models at the top of the page. If you are...
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  • Weight of Reese Universal Rails and Installation Kit # RP30035, 2000 Ford F-250/F-350 Super Duty
  • The rails and installation kit that comes with Pro Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Square Tube Slider, # PS30129, is actually Reese Universal Base Rails and Installation Kit, # RP30035. The shipping weight on this kit is 54 pounds. I have included a link to the installation details for reference. The hitch alone, which is the Pro Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Square Tube Slider, # PS30094, has a shipping weight of 131 pounds. I have also included a link to the 5th wheel trailer...
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  • Was the Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Wiring Harness 22k, # RP30033, once only Capable of 20k
  • I spoke with my contact at Reese and he told me that the current 22k fifth wheel was at one point the 20k hitch. They retested the Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Wiring Harness - 22,000 lbs, part # RP30033, back when it was only 20k and found that it was capable of 22k so they relabeled it as such. So yes, the old 20k hitch is the same as the new 22k hitch.
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  • Towing a Trailer Rated for 15,500 Pounds with A 15,000 Pound Rated Hitch
  • Congratulations on the purchase of a new RV. For safety reasons, I can not recommend the setup that you are suggesting. Even though your, # 30046, hitch is rated to tow 15,000 pounds, the potential to overload the hitch exists. I would recommend upgrading your 15k hitch to at least a 16k model. There are two models that you can use to upgrade your existing hardware to either 16,000 pounds or 20,000 pounds. The Replacement 16K Fifth Wheel Hitch Head, item # RP30047A, would use your existing...
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  • Distance Between Feet of Reese 16K and 18K 5th Wheel Hitches
  • I spoke with my contact at Cequent, the manufacturer, and have found the information for you. For the 18K Reese 5th Wheel (30081): Front to Back (center to center of feet) is 21-15/16 inches Side to side (center to center of feet) is 20-5/8 inches For the 16K Reese 5th Wheel (30047): Front to Back (center to center of feet) is 21-15/16 Side to side (center to center of feet) is 29 inches
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  • What are the Pin Hole Dimensions for Reese 22K Fifth Wheel Hitch Base
  • On Reese 22K Fifth Wheel hitch, part # 30033, from left to right, driver to passenger, the pin holes measure 20-5/8 inches center to center. From front to back, the pin holes measures 21-7/8 inches.
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  • How Do I Install Fifth Wheel Rails in The Bed of My Pickup
  • The rails in the bed of your pickup are installed so that the king pin will be just forward of the rear axle when hitched. The mounting location is vehicle specific and if you would like to provide your trucks year, make, model bed length and cab style I would be glad to get instructions to you and make a recommendation for an installation kit for your truck. When mounting a fifth wheel hitch the first measurement you use is the distance from the farthest back part of the bed, tailgate...
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