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Big trucks require big hitches! We offer high quality Reese, B&W, Draw-Tite, Husky, and Curt fifth wheel hitches that are the perfect fit for your heavy duty towing needs. From standard 5th wheel hitches to slider systems for short bed trucks, we have an application for you. From our Pro Series fifth wheel to Reese's top-of-the-line Signature Series, you can find the perfect fifth wheel for your payload while staying within your budget.

We offer custom rail kits for many of the most popular vehicles including Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, GMC, and Toyota. Choose a Signature Series hitch and rails to retain full use of your truck bed while not towing. Find the custom installation kit for your vehicle by entering the year, make, and model to the left.

Add a fifth wheel lube plate, pull pin lock plates, and in-bed wiring to round out your fifth wheel towing setup.




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Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitches

We offer many styles of top quality fifth wheel trailer hitches, hitch installation kits, tailgates, adapters, and accessories. They come from the best manufacturers like Draw-Tite, Reese, Hidden Hitch, Husky, Curt, Convert-A-Ball, and Colibert. There is also a how-to section of frequently asked questions, fifth-wheel hitch information, and installation tipsmore information.


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Husky Silver Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Manufacturer Review

Anyone who has done much towing has discovered that the word is not flat. This fact presents some challenges when hooking up a fifth wheel trailer. Having the truck or trailer off camber or on an incline can make a real challenge when it comes to getting the components to mesh up. Enter the 16KW Fifth Wheel Hitch from Husky Towing Products. With a fully articulating head, it can hook up in real life situations by presenting the correct angle to the king pin. A tilt-plate design can only go so far. But the entire hitch head of the 16KW articulates to take torque twist out of both truck and trailer for a smoother ride and less stress on equipment.


Husky Silver Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Manufacturer Review

It doesn't take long towing a big fifth wheel trailer before you find a situation where the truck is at a different angle from the trailer. Driveway aprons and park entrances can put a twist in your travel plans. Curvy roads and freeway off ramps can add opposing angles to truck and trailer. This is where you can really feel the advantages of the fully articulating head on the Husky 26KW Fifth Wheel Hitch. A tilt plate design can only go so far, but the entire hitch head of the 26KW articulates to take torque twist out of both truck and trailer for a smoother ride and less stress on equipment. It also makes the task of hooking and unhooking on uneven ground much easier. Other features of the 26KW include heavy duty form cast uprights that allow three position fore and aft adjustment for proper hitch over axle placement of the kingpin. A patent pending anti-lock wrap around jaw fully encloses the trailer kingpin.


Curt Fifth Wheel C16120 Review

Speaker: Today we're going to review Part No. C16120, this is the Curt Q16 Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch. It is a dual jaw design, does have a 16,000 lbs. weight capacity. This hitch is a two-jaw locking system which will provide a 360 degree jaw to kingpin contact and when you get that it's usually less rattle, more security than the slide bar models. The head on it is a fully articulating torsion head. As you can see it pretty much articulate into all types of positions.


Pro Series Fifth Wheel PS30132 Review

Today we're going to review part number PS30132. This is the Pro Series 5th wheel trailer hitch, with the rails and the installation kit all included. It is a dual-jaw design, as you can see right here, and it has a 20,000 pound weight capacity. This is a sturdy and reliable 5th wheel hitch at an affordable cost. The dual jaw .. right here ...


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Fifth Wheel Questions and Answers

  • Can I Unhook a 5th Wheel Trailer with Sidewinder at a 45 Degree Angle
  • You can pull your truck away from your trailer at a 45 degree angle with a Sidewinder, but you will want to be very cautious because there are a few things that can go wrong. First, you want to make sure the jaws are completely open and that the landing gear is raised high enough to allow the truck to pull out smoothly. If the king pin grabs on the fifth wheel hitch jaws or there is too much weight on the hitch, the trailer will be pulled to that side. Next, when pulling away from...
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  • Installation Instructions for the Pro Series 5th Wheel Hitch and Rail Kit part # PS30129
  • I attached a link to the installation instructions for the rail kit of the Pro Series 5th Wheel Hitch and Rail Kit part # PS30129 to the right. I also attached an install video.
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  • How to Install a 7-Way Trailer Connector Harness on a 5th Wheel Trailer
  • The switch on your pin box is probably the breakaway switch. One wire from the switch will go to a 12v battery on the trailer and the other wire will tap into the electric brake wire on the trailer (typically a blue wire). I have attached an installation video for a breakaway kit to give you an idea of how it is installed. The wires that you listed on your trailer are not all common colors, so the best way to determine the function of each wire is to use an independent 12 volt power...
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  • How to Determine if a 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Will Fit Unknown Rails in a 2004 Ford F-250
  • It will be easy to determine if an industry standard hitch will fit the rails, even if we can't identify the brand and model. Take a look at the picture I have included that shows the spacing of where a hitch fits in industry standard rails. Then compare these measurements to your rails. If they are the same then you will be able to install a hitch that fits in industry standard rails such as # RP30081.
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  • Where Should B&W Companion Hitch be Centered on 2014 Ram 3500 with OEM Prep Package
  • For any hitch application you will want the centerline of the hitch to be centered over the rear axle or up to a few inches forward of the rear axle. The same goes for the B&W Companion hitch # BWRVK3600 for your 2014 Ram 3500 with OEM prep package. On any 5th wheel/gooseneck hitch and vehicle the center of the hitch should not be behind the rear axle. There is limited capacity behind the rear axle and it can cause the front of the truck to ride high when a trailer is connected. That...
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  • Will the Reese Round Tube Slider Hitches fit Hitch Prep Package of a 2014 Ram 3500
  • The hitch you have that uses a Reese Round Tube Slider part # RP50024 that you referenced would fit in the underbed Mopar hitch prep package as long as you use a Reese 5th Wheel Rail Adapter # RP30154 in the underbed rails.
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  • Husky 5th Wheel Installation Kit Recommendation for a 2006 Ford F350 8 ft Bed
  • The Husky Hitch part # 7054 that you referenced has been discontinued, but there are still install kits available that would allow you to install this hitch in the bed of your 2006 Ford F350. For that you would want the Husky Fifth Wheel Installation Kit # HT31412-686. This is a custom install rail kit that would work great for your vehicle and hitch.
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  • 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch for a Flatbed 1990 Ford F-250
  • Flatbeds are unique in that the bed is further from the frame than on a regular truck bed. The installation kits are not designed for flatbed trucks. You would need a special hitch, # RP30054, which requires a custom installation performed by a qualified fabricator/welder. You can take a look at the installation instructions I have linked to the right to see what is required for this installation.
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  • Replacement Pins and Head Mounting Hardware for Pro Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch 30094
  • It sounds like you need pin set # 6014 and 2 of pin # 6020PIN or 90 degree pin set # RP58240. It also sounds like you will need bolt kit # 58296 to attach the head and cross member to the base.
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  • Is it Possible to Adjust Jaws on Curt Q16 5th Wheel Hitch
  • I spoke with my contact at Curt about your Curt Q16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, part # C16120, and he said a little play is to be expected in order for the pin to rotate freely. So the jaws should not fit too tightly around the king pin. The jaws are operated by springs. The first time you used your 5th wheel hitch the springs may have been a little stiff. By the second time you used the 5th wheel you likely loosened up the springs and the jaws, resulting in the play you noticed. Also if...
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  • Adapter Recommendation for a 2011 Ford F350 8 ft bed with Hitch Prep and Husky 16k S
  • Yes, you would want the Reese Elite Series Underbed Rail Adapter # RP30156. This would work great with your Husky 16k S Glider Hitch like part # HT31326-31196. We have had several customers report back to us this combination worked great for them in a similar truck as your 2011 F350 long bed with hitch prep. I attached a link to a review video for this adapter for you to check out.
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  • Can a Fifth Wheel Hitch Be Installed in a Flatbed Truck
  • In order to install a 5th wheel trailer hitch on a flat bed, there are some alternate installation methods that must be followed. It will be a complete custom install that will need to be done by a qualified professional with experience doing these types of installations. The rails will need to be bolted and welded to a 1/2 inch steel plate. The hardware will need to reach through the rails, the plate above the bed, through the bed, and then through a second 1/2 inch thick steel plate...
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  • 5th Wheel Hitch Option for 2014 Ford F350 Dually with 8-foot Bed and Factory 5th Wheel Rail Kit
  • The ideal solution for your 2014 Ford F350 Dually with 8-foot Bed and factory 5th wheel prep package is the B and W Companion # BWRVK3300. This USA-made 5th wheel offers 5000-lb tongue weight and 20K towing capacities, dual jaws to provide 360-degree jaw-to-king-pin contact (for reduced rattle and chucking) and can be completely removed from your truck bed when not in use. I have linked the written installation instructions, a video and an article on 5th wheel install tips.
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  • The Locking Handle Moves on a Reese 16K Sliding 5th Wheel Hitch When Towing
  • Does the locking handle move from the locked to the unlocked position or is there only a small amount of movement like there is some play in the slider? If the locking handle is moving from the locked to unlocked position, then either the handle is not engaging in the locking position completely or there is something wrong with the internal components and the legs should be replaced. If you are seeing a small amount of movement, then that is normal. Inside each leg is a leaf spring...
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  • Differences Between Reese # RP30075 16K and # RP30869 R16 Fifth Wheel Hitches
  • Both hitches use the same round tube slider, but the hitch portion of each unit is a bit different. The R16, # RP30869 uses the dual serrated jaws that provide a tighter grip on the king pin than the standard jaws used by the # RP30075. A tighter hold on the king pin translates into better ride quality. The R16 has a wider funnel for easier hook-ups and features an integrated lube plate that makes hitching the trailer easier. The R16 incorporates vibration dampeners that help isolate road...
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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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  • Moving Reese Fixed 5th Wheel Hitch Head # RP30047 to a Sliding Base in 2014 Ram 3500 Short Box
  • Reese offers a square tube 5th wheel slider base # RP30048 that will allow you to move your existing Reese # RP30047 head assembly to your new truck. If your truck has the factory 5th wheel rail kit installed you'll also need to use adapter # RP30154 to provide a mounting point for the slider base. This adapter fits into the factory pucks to provide a standard above-bed rail for the slider. If you do not have the factory rail kit you will instead use Reese Fifth Wheel Installation Kit #...
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  • Will 20K Reese Fifth Wheel Hitch Work On Rails In Bed Of 1999 Ford Super Duty Truck Bed
  • The Reese fifth wheel hitch # RP30867, will work with industry-standard, above-bed rails made by Curt, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, Pro Series, Reese, and Valley. If the rails you have in your truck are standard rails then this hitch will work for you. I have attached a photo with the attach point dimensions you can check out to make sure the hitch will work in your rails. For a 1999 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty, you can use a universal rail kit like part # RP30035. For custom brackets...
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  • Does the Articulating Head of the Curt Q16 5th Wheel Hitch Move 360 Degrees
  • Yes, the articulating head of the Curt Q16 Fifth Wheel Hitch, # C16120, can move 360 degrees. It is not limited to side to side and front to back pivoting. I have attached a review video of this hitch for you to check out. The fifth wheel hitch does not come with a wiring kit, but if you want to add a fifth wheel wiring harness, I recommend the Hopkins Endurance Fifth Wheel Harness, # 41157. Based on your previous orders, it looks like you have a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado. If this is...
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  • Can a 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch be Installed on a Truck with a Flatbed without Cutting the Bed
  • I think I have a solution for you that will not require cutting the flatbed. But the coffee mug is going to have to move. The first thing you are going to need to do is position the rails using the hitch. The centerline of the hitch should be directly over the centerline of the rear axle or slightly forward. With the rails in position mark where you will need to drill through the bed. On the underside of the bed you will need to have a 1/2 inch steel plate welded and bolted to the...
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