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Reese Quick-Install Custom Installation Kit w/ Base Rails for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches

Reese Quick-Install Custom Installation Kit w/ Base Rails for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches

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2010 Ford F-150 - Reese Quick-Install Custom Installation Kit w/ Base Rails for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches

  • Above the Bed
  • Reese
  • Custom

Custom brackets reduce the amount of drilling and time required to install your fifth-wheel trailer hitch. Brackets, base rails and hardware included.


  • Custom brackets mount beneath your truck bed to provide attachment points for 5th-wheel rails
  • Base rails sit in truck bed and allow installation of 5th-wheel trailer hitch
  • Vehicle-specific brackets mount to existing holes in your vehicle's frame
    • Minimizes drilling and measuring
    • Cuts installation time in half when compared with universal bracket systems
  • Kit includes custom brackets, rails and hardware
  • Compatible hitches: Curt, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, Reese, Valley and Husky
    • Will not fit Reese Elite Series (Signature Series) or Valley UBS hitches
  • Black powder coat finish resists corrosion
  • 5-Year limited warranty

50081-58 Reese Custom Quick Installation Kit

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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Reese Quick-Install Base Rails Kit Installation - 2009 Ford F-150

Today on our 2009 Ford F150 you're gonna be taking a look at and I'm gonna show you how to install the Reese Quick-Install Custom Installation Kit with Base Rails for fifth wheel trailer hitches.This is what our rails look like when they're installed. You can see they fit nicely in the bed of the truck and they're not really gonna take up much room. They're only gonna stick up about an inch to an inch and a half off the bed of our truck, which is gonna be great for giving us total bed access. Now you're gonna see some different slots here. These rails are nice because they're gonna work with different size hitches. The slots are gonna be for different weight classes.

One thing I do wanna mention, whichever hitch that you choose weight class, you wanna make sure you're not gonna exceed your vehicle's maximum tow capacity.This rail kit's gonna be compatible with CURT hitches, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, Reese, Valiant, and Husky. But keep in mind they will not fit the Reese Elite series, Signature series, or Rally UVS hitches.Our frame brackets are gonna mount to the outside of our frame rails and they're gonna draw the above bed rail kit down and it's gonna pinch our bed in between the two. They're also gonna be a custom fit for your vehicle and have a black powder coat finish that's gonna resist any rust or corrosion.Far as the installation goes, it's pretty straight forward. You're just gonna have a few holes in each rail you have to drill. And it's gonna come with all the necessary hardware to get them installed.

Now that we've gone over some of the features, let me show you how I installed it.First thing we're gonna do to start our installation is you wanna go ahead and remove your spare tire. It's gonna give you a little bit more room when we have to go underneath the vehicle. Next, we're gonna come in the back of the vehicle, we're gonna set one of our rails inside and we're gonna measure from the middle edge of our bed up to the side per the instructions and mark it. Now we have a spray in bed liner, we are gonna have to cut this out, but I wanna get where my rail is gonna be sitting so that I can cut that out as close as possible to my rail. We want our rail, when we put it in, to be touching the metal part of the bed.Go ahead and mark it.

Same thing over here. Now while I have it sitting here, I'm gonna go ahead, I'm gonna mark the backside too. This is gonna give me an idea front to back how much distance I'll need. Now what I'm gonna do, make sure I got the same even space from side to side. That looks good there.

I'm gonna go ahead and trace this out. Go ahead and remove the rail. And we can see what we're gonna need to cut out.Next thing we're gonna do is we're gonna go ahead and cut that section out. Now, it might be a little bit easier if you take the bed liner out, however we can't do that because our customer has it locked on each side. So what we're gonna do is you gotta lift that liner up off that bed so you don't cut into the bed itself. So I, you can see here, I use a couple one by fours, slid them underneath to get it off the bed. You can use two by fours. Anything to get it up. To cut it, you can use a Sawzall, you know whatever you may have. Utility knife is probably not gonna work on this, it's pretty thick. Dremel Tool with a cutting blade will probably work.Once you've laid your rail back in place you remeasure to make sure your distance inside your wheel wells is the same, and measure from your bed one more time. We're gonna go ahead and drill out our holes, quarter inch drill bit. We're gonna go to this second hole in on the front and the back. We're gonna drill right through the center. You wanna make sure before you do this you don't have any wiring or anything like that underneath the vehicle that you may damage.Once you get your outside holes drilled, we're gonna have one in the center we need to drill. You're gonna notice there's two holes. We're gonna do the one that's closest to the rear of the bed of the truck. Once you get that drilled, remove your rail and then we're gonna open the holes up. Per our instructions, we're gonna open them up to nine-sixteenths. I'm just gonna use a step bit that way I can open my hole just a little bit more if I need to. Completely up to you.Then I'll take one of my bolts, I just wanna make sure that it goes through freely. We don't want the threads to hang up. Once you get your other holes done, go ahead and take some paint and spray those holes. That'll prevent any rusting later on down the road. Then you're gonna take your one and a half inch by half inch carriage bolt, look like this, we're gonna ahead and just drop it in the holes. Now we can go outside, we can put our frame rails on.Next we're gonna be installing our hardware for our frame brackets. First you're gonna take your pull wire. What I suggest doing is take the end of it, put a little bend in it like that. We're gonna be using this hole and then in front of this hat channel, right behind our front hat channel, we're gonna be using this hole. There's a large hole about right center, right here, in the back of the frame that we'll be able to get our bolts through. So we're gonna take this end, we're gonna push it through the hole and we're gonna come out on the inside of the frame rail, or inside of the center of the truck through the larger hole in the frame.Then we're gonna take our one inch by half inch carriage bolt, spacer block that looks like this, and put them together. We're gonna thread your bolt onto the end of your pull wire. Go ahead and pass it through the hole and come out just like that. We're add two bigger size washers like this and two smaller ones. The small ones are gonna through this back hole, large ones are gonna through the front hole. So we'll take our smaller one and go ahead and slide it on through our wire. What it's gonna do, it's gonna fill that gap inside the frame so our bolt is tight. Now if this falls back in that's fine. You just wanna make sure you have that on there before you put your frame bracket on. Now we're gonna repeat this same process for the front hole.So you'll notice our hat channel here. To know you got the right bracket, each bracket's gonna be shaped like this. This part here is gonna fit around that hat channel so you'll know which side is the driver and passenger. The two holes, you'll have two holes on one side, one on the other. The two holes are gonna go towards the back of vehicle. You can slide it like this. Go ahead and get your . It's a little hard to see, but get your pull wires through the holes starting here on this back side. I can't get it by myself. This would be easier if you had a second person to help.Go ahead and pull off your wire while this is resting on it. Just be careful that your bracket doesn't slide off because your hardware will fall back down in the hole. Conical tooth washer and nut. And we're gonna loosely install that right now. We'll do that same thing to the front.Next we're gonna take the large spacer block that looks like this, with the round hole. You can see it's got a shorter side and a fatter side or a longer side. This longer side's gonna go out towards the outside of the frame. Gonna slide it on to the bolt. Conical tooth washer. You can see this one's galvanized. Put that one on the bolt, like that. And then the nut. We're just gonna loosely install these right now. Just wanna make sure they're in place. We're gonna do that same thing with this one here, which we've already installed. And then you're gonna repeat that process for the other frame rail.Now we'll take our two unassembled saddles and we're gonna put them in the slots. We're gonna be using this second hole in. What I'm gonna do is I'm gonna put them in place. I'm gonna grab the second part that's gonna on top just to make sure we're doing that before we drill out or anything. Set them in place like this. See how I have this one And then in your fifth wheel head, you gonna get a piece that looks like this. You just wanna make sure that that's gonna slide in. You just wanna make sure you got the right distance there. Okay. So we're good.Now what we need to do before we cut this or drill any holes, we need to measure to make sure it's centered in the bed. So once you've measured, you've got it centered, go ahead and mark it the way you did the back one, and go ahead and cut out your bed liner. We're gonna drill our holes the same way we did with our other rail, with the exception of this one. On the back rail it was in this hole, on the front role it's in this hole, so closest to the cabin. We're gonna do the same thing with this one on our bracket as we did with the back ones. Large spacer block, followed by conical tooth washer, and nut. That side facing in.We're gonna have some U shaped spacer blocks. They need to go in the lower corrugation. And what that does is it keeps your raised corrugation from flattening out. Stick it in. When you get your spacer block under each one of your bolts up here in the back of the bed, you're gonna go down underneath and you're gonna tighten and torque all of your hardware to specifications in the instructions.That'll do it for look at and installation on the Reese Quick-Install Custom Installation Kit with Base Rails for fifth wheel trailer hitches on our 2009 Ford F150.

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Reese Quick-Install Custom Installation Kit w/ Base Rails for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches - RP50081-58

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (52 Customer Reviews)

Custom brackets reduce the amount of drilling and time required to install your fifth-wheel trailer hitch. Brackets, base rails and hardware included.


A friend & I started at 9am and had this in my truck at 11:30......We measured 3-4 times but evey hole lined up perfectly. On the 2010 truck frame yoiu do not need to take the spring bumpers off. On the inside of frame just above the bumpers is a large hole that serves the pupose of feed in the wire and then the bushing ,metal plate then the bolt We added large washers on the side of mount plate then lock washer then nut when mouunting plate to frame. We felt that the lock wash might not work properly if it was not on level surface. The holes are large to allow for movement and lock wash could be inaffective if it was not on flat surface.......Also ordered this item on a Tuesday was here on Friday...

will this work with an air ride setup
-- comment by: greg - 08/03/2014

2011 Ford F-150

2011 Ford F150 XLT
Base rail instalation
kit for fifth wheel hitch. Once you have the measurements for the rails in your bed. The rest is pretty simple. Follow directions and it'll all go together. Only issue is not being able to torque the nuts to the carriage bolts that come from the bed to the rails. I tried using a crows foot on my torque wrench. Couldn't get it. Other then that about 2 hour instal.

2006 Ford F-150

Fast shipping. Brackets and rails fit perfectly. Took about 2 1/2 hours start to finish with basic hand tools and drill.

Still working perfectly after a year in service. Thanks
Perfect f - 12/12/2016

2007 Ford F-150

The ease of website navigation and the efficient service were second to none. The order shipped so fast and was delivered in two days. My only problem was the hardware in my assembly kit was missing three cotter pins. That was such a minor issue it is barely worth mentioning. I am so pleased with the product and the service. I will most definitely keep my business with you. Thanks for a great job. I will be towing a 30’ fifth wheel camper with my new Reese hitch.

My Reese fifth wheel is hitch is still performing flawlessly after a years worth of service. I appreciate your follow up and thanks for the great service you extend to your customers.
Kevin W - 10/20/2018

2014 Ford F-150

Installed on a 2014 F150.
It fits and
works as advertised. Installation was tough, but this was mostly due to the truck having boxed frames and a 36 gallon fuel tank. Using a Pro series Hitch and fits snug. etrailer was great with communication from ordering to shipping.

2013 Ford Edge

Product is excellent, though option 2 page needs more clarity, as the measurement, in my estimation should have been stated that it was from the rear of the bed to the REAR edge of the rail. I feel depiction makes it look as though it is to middle of rail. I also made measurement 51 inches to account for spray-in bedliner. the video of the 2013 F150 install does not show how one gets a torque wrench to work on the rail hardware.

2011 Ford F-150

Great place , fast shipping . Reese install kit and all hardware were exactly what I needed!

2013 Ford F-150

Works as described. Myself and a friend were able to install in about 2.5 hrs in a 2013 F150. Some nuts awkward to get to when tightening but otherwise a piece of cake. I already had a Reese 5th wheel hitch that came with my camper and it works great.




I purchased the pro series 5th wheel hitch. I never had any problems on the installation. Everything went together smoothly. I am very impressed with this product and I'm excited to use it. The service at etrailer was great and I'm looking forward to ordering from them in the future.

2013 Ford F-150

Arrived quickly and order was accurate. Installation took about three hours, but that was doing the work myself with the help of my six year old daughter. The only complaint would be the difficulty getting to the hardware underneath the bed. The directions state to torque the bolts to a specific quantity, but there is no way there is room for a torque wrench with the socket on it. That is the only reason that I didn't give this a 5 start rating. I look forward to dealing with e-trailer again.

2012 Ford F-150

We have ordered several products from etrailer. Always on time delivery at a great price!

Always prompt with delivery and products are great!
Mark - 05/31/2017

2010 Ford F-150

I recieved 5th wheel rails within two days. Exellent delivery time. Read over the directions and can see this is very clear and can't wait to install it. I was also pleased with the quality of the parts. Plan to order my hitch in the near future. Thumbs up etrailer.


I have not used this yet however its pretty straight forward on installation, easy to install, ordering and shipping is really simple thank you etrailer team you know your stuff.


Great product. It came in the allotted time. Etrailer was great to work thing I liked was the courtesy message telling me it was at my back door. Five stars....

2013 Ford F-150

Great product. I strongly suggest watching the installation video a few time prior to starting.

2014 Ford F-150

Worked great, pulled 8K lb 5th wheel no problem.


Outstanding, I ordered on line and made a mistake. As soon as I realized it I called and requested an order change. Debbie helped me with my new order and cancelled the on line order and saved me shipping charges. The equipment I ordered arrived very quick and was in excellent shape with good instructions.

2013 Ford F-150

Fast shipping, The video with enclosed instructions made the install easy, the fit was right on the mark, all hardware was correct, no complaints. Thank you.


They were Great, said it would take 4 days and get on Monday, received Friday by 2 pm. ---- Ordered Wednesday received Friday.
Call the 1-800 number and you get it quicker than on-line, your rep takes directly to get picked, it's not in Que as on-line would be.

Wish they had 6 stars... :)


Item had very fast Shipping . Product was installed with out drilling holes. The instructions are very poor, instructions does not show where the rails go.

2012 Ford F-150

Really nice product! Definitely impressed with how fast it got to my house. Will definitely use etrailer in the future!

2013 Ford F-150

Very easy install, only drilling was through the bed, used all pre drilled holes in the frame

2013 Ford F-150

Fast shipping . Excellent fit. Video on your site was helpful too.
Took about 3.5 hours without anyone helping.


so far everything was delivered as promised, and also quickly... thanks etrailer

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  • Can Old Base Rails Be Re-Used On a 2013 Ford F-150
    The installation of a set of base rails will be dependent on the exact kit you are using, the frame brackets in particular so I would need this info in order to assist. That said, the older Ford trucks used universal install kits which required you to drill into the frame whereas the new Ford trucks have custom fit kits which install using pre-drilled holes. I do not recommend using the universal install kits nor is this always an option but I do still have an option for you that won't...
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  • Correct 5th Wheel Brackets for a 2005 Ford F-150
    In regards to fifth wheel install kits, you need to match the base rails and frame brackets so for a 2005 Ford F-150 I recommend using the Reese Quick-Install Custom Installation Kit part # RP50081-58. If you already have Reese above bed inboard base rails then you can get away with just the Reese Quick-Install Custom Bracket Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches part # RP50081.
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  • Issues Involved With Installing Fifth Wheel Hitch on 2010 Ford F150 Super Crew with 5.5 Foot Bed
    Installing the hitch is certainly possible using the custom install kit, part # RP50081-58. Some drilling is required to install the brackets to the truck frame, but holes will need to be drilled to mount the hitch rails in the truck bed. This being said, you are likely to have clearance issues. Because of the short length of the bed on your truck, there is a danger of the front of the trailer loft striking the rear of your truck cab during turns. You can use the sliding hitch, but you...
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  • Clearance for Fitfh Wheel Hitch for 2010 F150 SuperCrew 6-1/2 Foot Bed
    According to the instructions included with the installation kit part # RP50081-58, the distance from the rear axle centerline to the rear of the cab is approximately 39-1/4 inches. The hitch would install so that the trailer king pin falls 2-1/4 inches forward of that point,approximately 37 inches to the rear of the truck cab. You will certainly need a hitch with a slider, although the width of your trailer will determine if you are able to negotiate 90 degree turns without the trailer...
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  • Is New Installation Kit Required For Used Husky Hitch
    The rails included with the Reese Custom Fifth Wheel Install Kit that we carry, part # RP50081-58, are compatible with Husky fifth wheel hitches. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you. For the sake of safety, I typically recommend using new hardware any time a hitch is moved from one vehicle to another.
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  • Installing Fifth Wheel Installation Kit RP30080 on a 2005 Ford F-150
    We do carry a custom 5th wheel installation kit for your 2001 Ford F-150. Take a look at the Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Custom Rail and Install Kit, # RP50081-58. I have included a link to the installation details and a video showing a typical installation.
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  • Fifth Wheel Installation Instructions for 2005 F-150 With 5-1/2 Foot Bed
    We currently do not have an installation video for your model year or bed configuration. To install a fifth wheel hitch on your truck, you will need the Custom Installation Kit, part # RP50081-58. I will provide a link to the full manufacturer provided installation instructions, you can find the link below. Typically, a sliding hitch is not used with a sidewinder. If a sliding hitch IS used, it must be locked into the forward position while towing. Towing the trailer with the slider in...
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  • 5th Wheel Hitch Installation Kit Needed for a 2010 Ford F-150 Towing With a RBW Lil Rocker 15K Hitch
    I would recommend the Reese Quick-Install Custom Base Rails and Installation Kit, item # RP50081-58, for your 2010 Ford F-150. The rails in this kit will accept your Lil Rocker hitch and the custom install kit installs much faster and easier than any other kit we carry. I have linked installation instructions for the # RP50081-58 kit and we have a video installation with a custom kit going into a 1998 Ford F-150 that should help with your installation also.
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  • Recommended Fifth Wheel Base Rail Measurements For Ford F-150 With 6-1/2 Foot Bed
    I would need the year of your Ford F-150 truck to give you the exact measurements for installation of the fifth wheel base rails. If your truck is 2004 or newer I am listing the information below. The fifth-wheel installation kits that come with base rails and the mounting brackets for a 2004 and newer Ford F-150 6-1/2 Foot Bed are offered in semi-custom, and custom kits. I would recommend to use a custom install kit like the Reese Custom Installation Kit, part # RP50081-58, because the...
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  • Sidewinder Needed for Towing 5th Wheel with 2006 Ford F150 with 5-1/2 Foot Bed
    Although the Reese 5th wheel install kit you mention is the correct kit for your F150, using a sliding hitch in a 5-1/2 foot bed will not provide enough clearance to negotiate turns without the front of the 5th wheel striking the rear of the truck cab and causing damage to the cab or the trailer. You will need to use a Reese Sidewinder replacement pin box with your sliding hitch locked into the fully forward position. The Sidewinder will move the pivot point between the hitch and the 5th...
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  • 5th Wheel Installation Kit Recommendation for a 2009 Ford F-150 with 6-1/2 Foot Bed
    If the hitch model you referenced is the Lil Rocker, it will fit in Reese 5th wheel rails. For an installation kit that will also fit your 2009 Ford F-150, I recommend the custom installation kit # RP50081-58 that you have referenced. The custom installation kits require much less drilling than universal kits and will install easier and faster too. Once installed the center of the hitch jaws will be centered over the rear axle as indicated in the instructions. I have included a link to...
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  • Fifth Wheel Rail Kit Recommendation for 2012 Ford F-150 Short Bed
    For a fifth wheel rail kit confirmed to fit your 2012 Ford F-150 you would want the part # RP50081-58. This will fit your Curt or Pro Series hitch you bought a few years ago. This is a custom install kit so it will install in about half the time and will minimize drilling.
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  • Is it Safe to Tow 16K GVWR 5th Wheel Trailer with 16K Hitch
    Strictly speaking, yes, you can tow a 16K trailer with a 16K hitch. We do usually recommend a substantial safety margin so that the hitch is rated for more weight than the trailer's gvwr but since you'll not be loading the trailer to maximum capacity you'll end up with some degree of safety margin. Water is pretty heavy (about 8.3-lbs per gallon) so avoiding full fresh, grey and black water tanks when you're towing will help. Since your hitch has been in use I recommend that you give it...
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  • Installation of Reese Base Rail Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch on 2013 Ford F-150
    The Reese Quick-Install Custom Installation Kit w/ Base Rails for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches # RP50081-58 is a confirmed fit for your 2013 Ford F-150. I've attached the installation details for you to assist. You will use the included fish wire/bolt leader to pull the bolts from one place through the frame to the proper mounting location. Unfortunately we don't have a video of this specific installation.
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  • Selecting 5th Wheel Hitch for Silverado 2500HD Towing 30-ft Cougar Lite 5th Wheel
    5th wheel trailers are usually towed best by a long bed 1-ton pickup. Long beds (8-footers) avoid the need for slider hitches that tend to weigh more than the fixed type. In your 6-1/2-foot bed Silverado 2500HD you will need a slider hitch unless your trailer is equipped with a pivoting pin box called a Sidewinder or Revolution. These provide additional turning clearance, like a slider hitch does, but they provide a whole lot more than most sliders, a full 22-inches. An article on Sidewinders...
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  • Will a Brophy 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Fit Reese 5th Wheel Rails
    Yes! The Brophy line of 5th wheel trailer hitches will fit in industry standard about the bed rails such as those included in the Reese custom installation kit # RP50081-58. I have linked a video showing an example installation of this kit for you.
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  • Can a Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch be Installed in a 2012 Ford F-150 with a Bedliner
    Yes, a fifth wheel hitch can be installed into your 2012 Ford F-150 with a bedliner. If your bedliner is a spray in liner no modifications need to be made. However, if you have a pastic liner, you will need to cut the liner to provide metal to metal contact. I suggest using a Quck-Install Custom Base Rail Kit # RP50081-58. This will decrease the amount of drilling and the amount of time of installation.
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  • Recommended 5th Wheel Rails For 2014 Ford F-150 With 5-1/2 Foot Bed
    For your 2014 Ford F-150 with 5-1/2 foot bed, the rail kit may make a difference since you are looking for maybe an inch. Not knowing what your current center of hitch measurement is, all I can give you is the center measurement on the rails I recommend. For your truck, I recommend the Reese Quick-Install Custom Base Rails and Installation Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches # RP50081-58. These rails will give you a center of hitch to the cab measurement of approximately 25 inches. It...
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  • Fifth Wheel Hitch Recommendation for 2010 Ford F-150 5.5 ft Bed Towing Trailer with Sidewinder
    The Sidewinder will still be your best possible option with the truck you have. You basically would have some turning clearance reduction but in most cases you don't need to make a full 90 degree turn when backing up. The part # RP50081-58 is a fit for your 2010 Ford F-150 and is the best choice for a rail kit because it minimizes drilling and install time when compared to a universal kit. The Reese # RP30867 would then be a great option for a hitch too as it has a tight jaw system to...
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  • Can Pro Series Fifth Wheel Hitch Fit 2004 Ford F-150 5-1/2 ft Bed and Tow Trailer
    I cannot find any information on a Pro Series fifth wheel hitch with the part number 13195, but all of the Pro Series hitches from 3 years ago were designed to fit industry standard fifth wheel rails so we can help. The rail kit you need is the part # RP50081-58 which is a custom fit rail kit that will minimize drilling when compared to a universal kit. This hitch is confirmed as a fit for your 2004 Ford F-150. Since you have such a short bed you will need to replace your current pin...
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  • Fifth Wheel Rail Kit Recommendation for a 2005 Ford F-150 5-1/2 foot Bed
    For your 2005 Ford F-150 with a 5-1/2 foot bed you will need to start with a custom fifth wheel install kit like part # RP50081-58. A custom install kit will minimize drilling and will cut install time in half when compared to a universal one. Now to determine if your older style hitch will fit these rails you will need to compare your hitch to the dimensions in the picture I attached. Since you have such a short bed you will need to replace your current pin box with a Sidewinder so that...
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  • Custom-Fit No-Drill 5th Wheel Bracket Kit for 2010 Ford F-150
    For your 2010 Ford F-150 Reese offers a custom-fit 5th wheel bracket kit with rails, part # RP50081-58. This kit includes rails, hardware and custom-fit under-bed brackets. You do not have to drill into the truck's frame to install these brackets, but you will of course need to drill through the bed to attach the rails to the brackets. I have linked both the written instructions and a video showing this kit in a 2013 F-150.
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  • Reese Custom Base Rail Kit Compatibility With Husky 5th Wheel Hitch
    The Reese Quick-Install Custom Base Rails and Installation Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches # RP50081-58 are a confirmed fit for your 2012 Ford F-150. These are industry standard rails that absolutely will be compatible with your Husky 5th wheel hitch that came with your camper. This combination will work seamlessly.
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  • Where to Install Reese 5th Wheel Rails in the Bed of a 2013 Ford F-150 Short Bed
    For Reese custom installation kit # RP50081-58 and your 2013 Ford F-150, measure from the rear edge of the bed (not the tailgate) forward 50-15/16 inches. This is were the rear edge of one rail will be. Once in position and mounted you will use the hitch to locate the position of the second rail. Place the unassembled 5th wheel saddles/slider/goose into the already installed mounting rail. Position the second mounting rail with the saddles/slider/goose by inserting the tabs into the mounting...
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