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Founded in 1952, Reese has been committed to becoming the leading manufacturer of hitching systems by focusing on quality, innovation and safety. Reese prides themselves on building the most valued, reliable, durable and easy-to-install products.

  • Offers hitches for almost all towing applications
  • Specializes in heavy duty towing products
  • 375,000 square feet manufacturing and warehouse facility
  • Developed the first custom designed bolt on receiver hitch




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  • 5th Airborne Air Ride Pin Box to Replace an RBW 7016 Pin Box
  • There is a 5th Airborne Premium Fifth Wheel Air Ride Coupler designed for the RBW 7016 pin box. It is # 5AB-T7016. This is an air ride pin box but not a Sidewinder. There are no Sidewinders that will fit the RBW tube style pin boxes. I have linked a help article on 5th Airborne pin boxes for you.
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  • Does the Ram Lighted Emblem 86093 Blink with the Turn Signals
  • That little converter box that comes with the wiring for lighted emblem # 86093 does exactly what you need it to do. It eliminates the turn signals from lighting up the emblem so that it lights up with the running lights on and gets brighter when you step on the brake pedal. The packing for this item came with a little button attached to a battery pack. Those parts are not needed for installation. It is the other converter with the red, yellow, and green wires that is needed. The reason...
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  • Best Weight Distribution and Sway Control For a 6,500 lb.Travel Trailer on 2006 Ford F150 Super Crew
  • My favorite weight distribution system to recommend is the Reese Strait Line like the # RP66074 that you referenced. They fit and install well and offer the only sway control on the market designed to fight sway before it starts so it would be your best option. The best way to pick out a weight distribution system is to base it off of the loaded tongue weight of the setup when it is loaded and ready to tow. This figure also includes the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of the...
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  • Upgraded Pin Box Replacement Recommendation for a Trailer with a Lippert 1621 Pin Box
  • For a replacement pin box for your Lippert 1621 I would recommend a 5th Airborne with a Sidewinder part # RP61422. This will give you a cushioned pin box to help reduce chucking and will also allow you to make tight turns with a short bed truck without having to use a slider hitch. Also, even if you have a long bed truck the Sidewinder will still benefit you as it will allow the trailer to track better behind the truck and will make reversing much easier as well. I attached a help...
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  • Will Sidewinder Pin Box Fit 1993 Roadranger 5th Wheel Towed by 2008 Ford F-150 with 5.5 Foot Bed
  • That number looks like it might be a serial number for the trailer. In order to determine if a Sidewinder will fit there are some measurements that are needed. I have included a link to a help article that explains the measurements needed that will help identify the pin box. The other link is to our Sidewinder help article. There is another option. If your 2008 Ford F-150 has industry standard above the bed 5th wheel rails AND the trailer has a gross weight under 13,000 pounds then you...
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  • Weight Distribution for a 2007 Dodge Durango and 4,800 Pound Travel Trailer
  • To choose a weight distribution system you will need to go by the total tongue weight of the set up. This is calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, when loaded and ready to tow, and adding to that the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. If the total tongue weight is 600 pounds then I recommend a system that is rated for 400 to 800 pounds so your tongue weight is right in the middle of that range. For weight distribution only, no sway control...
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  • Weight Distribution System for a 2014 Ram 2500 and Trailer with 850 Pounds Tongue Weight
  • To choose a weight distribution system you will need to go by the total tongue weight of the set up. This is calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, when loaded and ready to tow, and adding to that the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. If that total tongue weight is 855 pounds then I recommend a system that is rated for 600 to 1,200 pounds tongue weight such as # RP66074. Since you already have the shank you will not need to add one. If...
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  • Will a Sidewinder Fit in Place of a Leland 7900 Pin Box
  • According to my contact at Reese the Leland 7900 pin box has the same measurements as the 7910. But it is always a good idea to check just to be on the safe side. If your pin box has the following measurements then Sidewinder # ST400-SW16K will fit: Distance from first row of bolt holes to last row on center - 7 inches Distance vertically from one bolt hole to another on center - 1-1/2 inches Bolt size - 1/2 inch bolts Bolt head size - 3/4 inch Bolts per side - 6 Center of first...
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  • Can an Equal-I-Zer Weight Distribution System be Used on a Boat Trailer with Surge Brakes
  • If you are talking about the Equal-I-Zer brand then yes, they do work on trailers with surge brakes. If you mean can weight distribution in general be used then it depends on the system. Boat trailers often require an additional part because they have a straight pole tongue instead of an A-Frame. So with this type of trailer a pole tongue adapter would be needed. Also I recommend contacting the trailer manufacturer if the trailer is aluminum to make sure the trailer can be used with weight...
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  • How do Curt, Reese Strait Line and Equalizer Weight Distribution Systems Compare
  • In terms of quality I still recommend the Reese Strait Line the highest. The Curt had some recent issues with the spring brackets that were bending and powder coating that flaked off quickly so they aren't my first choice. Now Equalizer and Reese are both high quality names in the WD world, but I believe the sway control of the Reese Strait Line system is superior and makes it the better choice. For that you would want the part # RP66084. This system has a tongue weight range of 600-1,200...
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  • Replacement Turret Recommendation for Fitting a Sidewinder Arm to a Lippert 1621 Pin Box
  • To fit your Sidewinder arm that you have you would need to replace the turret with the # RP61300 so that it can fit your Lippert 1621 pin box. That would be all that you would need and you would be set.
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  • Availability of a 19k Sidewinder for Lippert 1621HD Pin Box
  • Sounds like you are looking for the Sidewinder part # RP61421. This is a 19k capacity Sidewinder confirmed as a fit as a replacement for the Lippert 1621HD you have on your trailer. Since your trailer weighs 18.3k this Sidewinder would fit and work well.
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  • Can Reese Weight Distribution System Be Installed on Flagstaff V Lite Trailer
  • Actually when you raise the chains onto the chain hangers you don't have to use the pipe. The best way to get the chains on the hangers is to use the trailer jack to raise the tongue of the trailer (with it connected to the hitch ball), which will relieve spring bar tension and will allow the chains to easily slip on the hangers without having to use the pipe to leverage them on. You should note that the part # RP26002 is just the sway control of a Reese weight distribution system. For...
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  • Needing Fifth Wheel Hitch to Keep Pin Box From Hitting Top of Truck Bed Sides
  • Due to the fact that your truck has a short bed, I wouldn't recommend going with a stationary hitch. Your best bet would be to use a height adjustable sliding hitch like the sliding version of the # RP30867, which would be part # RP30870. If your PullRite hitch is one of their ISR (industry standard rail) versions, it would even work with your existing bed rails. The # RP30870 would provide height adjustments from 17-20 inches above the bed floor, which sounds like it would be ideal for...
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  • Recommended Goosebox To Replace Lippert 1116 Pin Box On Fifth Wheel Trailer
  • Thanks for the photos of your trailer pin box. That really helps when trying to find the right parts. With the dimensions you provided, it looks like you have a Lippert pin box on your trailer. Using an adapter like you have to attach to your gooseneck will increase the jarring and chucking and can make the ride uncomfortable. I have a solution for you. From the measurements you gave it does look like you have a Lippert 1116. If you double check your measurements before purchasing and...
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  • Fifth Wheel Rail Kit Recommendation for 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500 Long Bed to Install Valley Hitch
  • The Valley fifth wheel hitches are designed to fit the industry standard fifth wheel rail kits so all your customer needs is a rail kit that uses the industry standard fifth wheel rails. For that we would recommend the custom install kits like part # RP56001-53 as this kit will install in about half the time as a universal kit and will minimize drilling. This rail kit will fit the Valley hitch. I attached an install video for this kit for you to check out as well.
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  • Can a 2005 Ford F-350 Use a 41 Inch Long Reese Titan Extension
  • Does your 2005 Ford F-350 have a Class V hitch with a 2-1/2 inch sized opening? If so the 41-48 inch adapter part # RP45018 would fit it and work well. This adapter has the capacity for your 2,700 lb boat pretty easily. If instead you have a 2 inch hitch you would need to replace it with the part # 45297 that is a custom fit hitch for your truck and will work well with the Titan extension.
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  • Installing Reese Replacement Crossmember Head Support # RP58147
  • When properly installed the Reese Replacement Crossmember Head Support # RP58147 which fits their 5th Wheel hitch # RP58146 will slope rearward slightly if installed on a slider base. If used with a fixed hitch base it should be essentially level. It is possible that the unit is installed in a reversed position.
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  • Troubleshooting Running Lights of Reese LED License plate # 86088 Not Functioning
  • The issue is on the brown wire of the Reese LED License plate # 86088. It is either not connected to the correct wire or it isn't making a secure connection. Make sure this wire is run to a circuit that only sees 12 volts when the running lights or headlights are on. You can try testing the brown wire with a known working circuit to verify that the bracket is working properly too.
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  • Recommended Reese Goose Box For 2001 Keystone Montana Fifth Wheel Trailer
  • If your Keystone Montana has a Lippert 1621 or 1716 pin box on it, we do have a Goose Box options that will work for you. If your pin box is a Lippert 1621, you can use part # RP94622 that has a 16,000-lb towing capacity or part # RP94623 for a 20,000-lb capacity. If your pin box is the Lippert 1716, then the Goose Box we offer is part # RP94622-61301 that has a 16,000-lb capacity.
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  • product fit for Trac One
  • No they would not, the TracONE has a symmetrical shaped crossbar and the # RP7061700 is designed to fit a bar that is much thicker on one end.
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  • Reese 5th Wheel Mounting Hardware for 1998 Dodge Ram 3500 Dually
  • Good news, I can help you find the right install kit to get your Reese Rails mounted. The Reese Universal Installation Kit # RP30439 is the kit you are looking for. This kit comes without the 10 bolt base rails like the # RP30053 but has all the hardware you will need to mount them. I've attached the instructions from the # RP30035 for your convenience.
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  • Weight Distribution for a 2004 Chevy Silverado and 4,400 Pound Dry Creekside Travel Trailer
  • To choose a weight distribution system you will need to go by the total tongue weight of the set up. This is calculated by taking the tongue weight of the trailer, when loaded and ready to tow, and adding to that the weight of anything loaded behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. It can be hard to estimate the capacity based on the try weight but some weight distribution systems have a tongue weight range. It is likely that when loaded the tongue weight will be greater than 410 pounds...
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  • Solution for Fifth Wheel Trailer that Sits Nose High After Using Reese Ford Prep Adapter
  • The Curt Q16 part # C16120 has an adjustable head that allows you to go from 13 to 17 inches in height. You can try lowering the head of the hitch or you can raise the pin box in the mounting holes of your trailer. Typically there are a few different height setting you can use on the pin box of a trailer to allow for height adjustment.
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  • Fifth Wheel Hitch and Rail Kit Recommendation for 2015 Ford F-150 Towing 2015 Open Range 319 RLS
  • A 4 wheel drive or 2 wheel drive truck would work just fine to tow your trailer as long as it has enough towing capacity. Typically the 2 wheel drive trucks have a slightly higher towing capacity since they are a bit lighter. Depending on how the truck is equipped it could be rated for towing 5,000 to 9,100 lbs. Your trailer has the 88 degree nose on it which means you do not have to use a slider hitch in your truck if it is a short bed. Slider hitches are bit heavier, more expensive,...
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  • Recommended Sidewinder Pin Box to Replace Leland AF-7910
  • Sidewinder replacement 5th wheel pin boxes like the Reese # RP61410 that you referenced are made to replace specific OEM pin boxes. We do offer several choices in a direct-fit bolt-on Sidewinder pin box to replace your Leland AF-7910, and these are the 16K-rated Reese # ST400-SW16K, their 19K-rated # ST400-SW19K and their 16K Air Ride Sidewinder # ST400-5AS16K which includes an adjustable enclosed air spring for a smoother ride. The Reese # RP61410 you referenced replaces 11 different...
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  • Best Weight Distribution/Sway Control Recommendation for 6,500 lb Trailer
  • The best way to pick out a weight distribution system is to base it off of the loaded tongue weight of the setup when it is loaded and ready to tow. This figure also includes the weight of any cargo behind the rear axle of the tow vehicle. I attached a help article on determining tongue weight for you to check out as well. You will want the loaded tongue weight of your setup to fall right in the middle of the tongue weight range of the system you use. Your tongue weight will most likely...
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  • Trailer Hitch Recommendation for a 2005 Toyota 4Runner
  • Most likely yes, but you will need to check the towing capacities of your 2005 Toyota 4Runner in the owners manual to determine exactly what the towing capacities are before. At the very least it would be rated for 5,000 lbs. See page 400 of owners manual. The hitches we offer for your vehicle have more than enough capacity. For example, the Hidden Hitch part # 70779 has a 6,000 lb trailer towing capacity. But that does not necessarily mean your vehicle has the same capacity. Since...
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  • Should the Hitch Ball On The Reese The Goose 5th Wheel Adapter Spin
  • Thank you for the picture of your adapter! The 5th wheel to gooseneck adapter, The Goose, that you bought is part # RP58079. The hitch ball is designed to rotate to reduce binding with the gooseneck coupler. The newer model of the Reese The Goose # RP58079 comes with built-in safety-chain loops. Since your model does not come with this feature, you can use the Reese Safety-Chain Attachment for Gooseneck Hitches # RP50223. These safety chain brackets will install on Reese, Curt, Draw-Tite,...
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  • Should the Hitch Ball On The Reese The Goose 5th Wheel Adapter Spin
  • Thank you for the picture of your adapter! The 5th wheel to gooseneck adapter, The Goose, that you bought is part # RP58079. The hitch ball is designed to rotate to reduce binding with the gooseneck coupler. The newer model of the Reese The Goose # RP58079 comes with built-in safety-chain loops. Since your model does not come with this feature, you can use the Reese Safety-Chain Attachment for Gooseneck Hitches # RP50223. These safety chain brackets will install on Reese, Curt, Draw-Tite,...
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