Curt R16 Round Tube Slider for E16 and A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches - 12" Travel

Curt R16 Round Tube Slider for E16 and A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches - 12" Travel

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Eliminate clearance problems during slow-speed turns with this non-binding slider. Provides 12" of travel from front to back. For use with Curt E16 (E5) and A16 (Q16) fifth-wheel trailer hitches. Fits truck beds between 6' and 8' long. Call 800-298-8924 to order Curt accessories and parts part number C16560 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Curt products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Curt R16 Round Tube Slider for E16 and A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches - 12" Travel. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Curt Accessories and Parts - C16560

  • Fifth Wheel
  • Slider Parts
  • Curt
  • Slider
  • 16000 lbs GTW
  • 12 Inch Fore/Aft Travel

Eliminate clearance problems during slow-speed turns with this non-binding slider. Provides 12" of travel from front to back. For use with Curt E16 (E5) and A16 (Q16) fifth-wheel trailer hitches. Fits truck beds between 6' and 8' long.


Features:

  • Provides clearance required for your short-bed pickup to turn safely at slow speeds
    • Prevents trailer from hitting the cab of your pickup during sharp, slow-speed turns
  • Works with Curt E16 (16515) and A16 (16520) 5th-wheel trailer hitches rated at 16,000 lbs
    • If converting an E16 hitch, a roller adapter will be required (C16505 - sold separately)
  • Slides smoothly on rounded, non-binding rods
  • Designed for use on trucks with beds shorter than 8'
    • Not recommended for use on truck beds shorter than 6'
  • Mounts to industry-standard rails
  • Constructed of durable, carbide powder coated steel


Specs:

  • Gross towing weight: 16,000 lbs
  • Travel: 12" front to back
  • 5-Year warranty



Note: When using this slider, your hitch head will not adjust to the lowest height setting.


Most often used on trucks with 6' and 6-1/2' beds, this roller helps to eliminate clearance problems during slow-speed turns. When you are towing a fifth-wheel trailer, your hitch must be situated on the cab side of your truck's rear axle. However, at slow speeds you can use a roller to slide the fifth-wheel hitch (and the trailer) toward your truck's tailgate and past the rear axle, creating enough space between the cab of your truck and the trailer to permit less-restricted turning.


Non-Binding Design

The round-tube design of this slider allows for relatively uninhibited movement of your fifth-wheel hitch. Because your hitch can glide smoothly and easily along the rods, there is less chance of binding.


With straight, flat contact points, as found with square-tube sliders, tension can build between the slider and the hitch when your truck and trailer are somewhat out of line or are on uneven ground. As a result, it can be difficult to properly activate the slider when your truck and trailer are not in a straight line.


With a round-tube slider, there is more give between the contacting surfaces, allowing better mobility of the hitch system. Fewer corners means less tension buildup. Activating a round-tube slider is easier, and operation as a whole is smoother.



16560 Curt R16 Fifth-Wheel Roller - 16,000 lbs



C16560 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details C16560 Installation instructions



Video of Curt R16 Round Tube Slider for E16 and A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches - 12" Travel


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




Video Transcript for Curt Fifth Wheel C16560 Review

Today, we're going to review part number C16560. This is the Curt R16 round tube slider for the Curt E16 and Q16 5th wheel trailer hitches. Now, for demonstration purposes, I have the slider mounted on to these base rails and mounting brackets just to give you an idea how they install into your truck bed. Now, the rails and the mounting brackets would be sold separately. Now, this slider is most often used on trucks with six foot and six and a half foot beds because this roller will help eliminate any clearance problems during slow speed turns. Basically, when you're towing a 5th wheel trailer, your hitch must be situated on the cab side of your trucks or axle. However, at slow speed, you can use this roller to slide that 5th wheel hitch in the trailer towards your truck's tailgate and pass that rear axle. This will create enough space between the cab of your truck in the trailer to permit less restricted turning.

Now, this is a non-binding design slider. It is a round tube design which allows for relatively uninhibited movement of your 5th wheel hitch and because your hitch can glide smoothly and easily along this inaudible 00:01:04, there's less chance of it binding. Again, this is designed to work with the Curt E16 and Q16 5th wheel trailer hitches that are rated at 16,000 pounds. It is designed for use on trucks with bed shorter than eight feet but it is not recommended for use on truck beds that are shorter than six feet. It does mount to industry standard rails made by Curt, Draw-Tite, In Hitch, Pro Series, Reese or Valley. This is constructed of a durable carbide powder coated steel. Now, it does come with the four pins and clips that are used to lock the tabs to the rails and it also comes with the four sound dampeners that are rubber sound dampener. Basically, there, you see, they have a little cut out in the middle.

What that choose for is when you drop the slider rail, the slider will have tabs on them that drop in to these openings. Before you slight drop it into the rails, you put one of these down, drop it on top of that so that it actually will have this slider sit between the rail would be this rubber sound dampener, so that will eliminate any rattle or noise. Now, the specs on this, the gross towing weight capacity is 16,000 pounds. Again, the travel is 12 inches front to back. I just want to show you how this operates. Basically, where I'm standing would be the cab of your tow vehicle and on this side would be the tailgate of the vehicle. Right now, it's locked in the towing position and it does have a color coding you can look at. This, you see the green showing right here that means green indicates it's ready to tow.

It's in the lock position. Now, your 5th wheel hitch would be mounted right here to this plates right here. Now, if you pull into your camp site and you want to maneuver your trailer around, you want to go to the maneuvering position which would move it closer it to the tailgate. What you want to do is just pull out on this handle and when you do that, just push it a little bit counter clockwise and that will move this tab right here up towards that tailgate. Basically what will happen is with your hitch right here, this will move to the tailgate and you'll notice, there's these cut outs right here, once they hit that, you'll see that that handle, that tab will lock into place. Again, you won't see any red, you'll see the green which means it's locked, ready in the maneuvering position. When you're done maneuvering and you want to go back towing, all you need to do again is pull this handle out but this time, push it a little bit clockwise which moves that tab pointing towards the cab and you'll see the red showing which means do not tow. With the red showing, you won't see any green showing.

Then, when this slide is back into the towing positions toward the cab of the tow vehicle, again there's losing slot. Once it hits those slots, that tab automatically pushes the handle locked in the position, you don't see any red over here and you do see the green over here. That means, it's locked in the tow position and ready to go. That should do it. For the review on part number C16560, the Curt R16 round tube slider that will fit the Curt E16 and Curt Q16 5th wheel trailer hitches. .


Customer Reviews

Curt R16 Round Tube Slider for E16 and A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches - 12" Travel - C16560

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)

Eliminate clearance problems during slow-speed turns with this non-binding slider. Provides 12" of travel from front to back. For use with Curt E16 (E5) and A16 (Q16) fifth-wheel trailer hitches. Fits truck beds between 6' and 8' long.

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This took a while to receive.The original shipment was destoyed by UPS and they would not even try to deliver it even though they said I had refused it. The replacement order took a week to get here because UPS had a delay. The replacement IMHO should have sent Next Day Air with UPS footing the bill. The delivering driver did not seem too happy about the weight and when he got it too my garage(after breaking a tree limb) just dropped it on the garage floor. One end of the internal box was broken open and the crossmember weldment had one tab bent but it still appears to be usable. This unit fit perfectly in the floor mount rails and looks like it is going to work fine. Will find out in a couple of days 406630



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The delivery vendor dropped kicked the product. The box was tattered, but because of the design of the product it appears undamaged. May have more to report after the product is installed in the next 30 to 60 days or so. Product is heavy duty as it should be for the tasks that it will perform. 351299



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The Curt sliding base for the Q16 seems to do what it is intended to do. I have only connected and disconnected once so far, and the first time I connected I could not pull out the activating arm to allow the hitch to move forward to the tow position. Moving the truck forward slightly seemed to unbind the mechanism. However, if this is going to be a routine step, it will be a bit of an annoyance. I expected this product to operate easily. 229712


Comments

I would now rate this item as 1 star. In addition to binding up each time it was used, and it rusted so badly that I got tired of repaining it every time I used it. I would not recommend purchase of this item until Curt makes improvements and powder coats this product rather thsn using some substandard paint.

Carl W - 10/10/2016

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Product works very well and is good quality. Excellent service from Etrailer made this an easy puchase! 80933


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  • What Is Included in the Curt E-16 Sliding 5th Wheel Hitch Kit for Chevy/GMC Prep Package?
  • The Curt E16 5th Wheel Hitch w R16 Roller for Chevy/GMC Towing Prep Package # C16667 comes with the hitch head, sliding base, and adapter to your Chevy Factory prep package pucks. I've attached a video that shows the parts and their functions. If you were to part this kit out it would include the Curt E16 5th Wheel Hitch Head Unit # C16515, the Curt R16 Fifth-Wheel Roller - 16,000 lbs # C16560, and the Curt OEM Fifth Wheel Roller Adapter for Chevrolet and General Motors Trucks with...
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  • What 5th Wheel Hitch Heads Can Be Used With The Curt R16 Round Tube Slider on a 2002 GMC Sierra 2500
  • If you just have the Curt R16 Round Tube Slider part # C16560 then you will also need a hitch head and set of base rails and frame brackets. This will then provide you with everything you need to attach the trailer to your tow vehicle. For a 5th wheel hitch head you have three different options, the Replacement Head Unit for Curt E16 Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch part # C16515, the Replacement Head Unit for Curt A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches part # C16520, or the Replacement Head Unit for Curt...
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  • Slider Base Recommendation to Convert Curt E16 Hitch to a Slider
  • Sounds like you are looking for a slider base to fit the Curt E16 hitch that you have. For that you'd want the part # C16560 and you'd be set. You'd just need to remove the head off of your current hitch and bolt it to this slider base.
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  • Replacement Roller for Curt E16 5th Wheel Slider
  • I do have a solution for you, but we do not have replacement rollers and bolts for the Curt E16 5th Wheel Sliders. There are two possible replacement slider options for your application. The first option is the Curt E16 Round Tube Slider, part # C16560. Unless you are using a Ford Super Duty with a towing prep package then this is the slider for you. If you are using the Ford Super Duty towing prep package, then you will need to replace your current slider with part, # C16020. I...
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  • Installing 5th Wheel Hitch Base Rails in 2015 Ram 2500 With and Without Factory Prep Package
  • If your 2015 Ram 2500 with 6-foot bed has the factory 5th wheel prep package you can install any industry-standard 5th wheel hitch by using the Reese 5th Wheel Rail Adapter # RP30154. This adapter drops into the factory pucks in the bed and provides the equivalent of standard 5th wheel base rails that will accept most industry-standard sliders like Curt # C16560. If the truck does not have the factory puck system and you want to re-use your existing 5th wheel base rails you can use Reese...
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  • Can a Reese 5th Wheel Hitch Head be Installed on a Curt Round Tube Slider Base
  • No, the components of 5th wheel hitches from different manufacturers are not compatible. One of the major issues is that the parts are not tested together so it voids the warranty on both products and makes the capacity unknown even if the parts could physically fit each other which they can't. Reese has 2 slider bases that could potentially work depending on which Reese hitch you have. There is the square tube slider # RP30048 and the round tube slider # RP50024.
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  • Compatibility of Different Brands of 5th Wheel Base Rails and Installation Kits
  • Standard 5th wheel base rails have multiple hitch mounting holes spaced at different dimensions. Measured hole center to hole center these spreads are 10-inches, 20-1/2-inches or 29-inches. It certainly looks like your base rails are industry-standard since your measurement taken at the outside edges of the holes is 29-3/4-inches. Please refer to the linked photo I have prepared for you. It is possible that these rails could work with the Demco Hijacker Premier Series Custom Mounting...
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  • Slider Base Recommendation for Curt Q16 Fifth Wheel Hitch
  • For your Curt Q16 fifth wheel hitch head the slider base part # C16560 will give you the base you need to attach to the hitch to the industry standard rails you have installed in your 2016 Ram 2500.
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  • Lubricant Recommendation for Curt R16 Glider Rails
  • Curt recommends the application of a silicone spray lubricant or a graphite spray lubricant to the guide rods to facilitate easier movement. Grease and oil are not recommended because it will attract road grime and will impede the movement of the head eventually.
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  • Fifth Wheel Bracket Kit for 2004 Chevy Silverado Mounting Curt R16 Round Tube Slider
  • Brackets such as # C16448 do not mount to the base of your Curt R16 Round Tube Slider # C16560 so there is no correlation between the two parts. Instead, you need brackets that fit your truck and for a 2004 Chevy Silverado the correct brackets are the Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Bracket Kit for Chevy/GMC # C16418. To add base rails that your R16 will mount in you can get a kit with the brackets and rails included, the Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit for Chevy/GMC # C16418-204, which...
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  • Recommended 5th Wheel Base Plate Installation Kit for the Curt A16 Hitch on a 2012 GMC Sierra
  • If your 2012 GMC Sierra has a 6-1/2 foot or an 8 foot bed then I recommend installing the Reese Quick-Install Custom Base Rails and Installation Kit # RP50064-58 to add the base rails that you will need to install the Curt A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch # C16120 in your picture. If you have the 8 foot bed then you will not need a sliding 5th wheel hitch. If you have the 6-1/2 foot bed then you will want to install the Curt R16 Round Tube Slider # C16560 with your A16 5th wheel head instead...
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  • Can the Curt E16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Part # C16115 Be Converted to a Slider
  • The Curt E16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch part # C16115 and the Curt E16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ R16 Roller part # 16516 both install in the same industry standard above bed base rails (ISR). The head on each unit is the same therefore you can use the head you have now and attach it to the Curt R16 Round Tube Slider part # C16560 in order to gain the sliding feature. The sliding feature is actually in the base of the unit and not the head which is why you will need a new base to gain the...
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  • Are Slider Hitches Noisier than Stationary Fifth Wheel Hitches
  • It sounds like you have a Curt Round Tube Slider part # C16560 though, which we have in our showroom and I was able to determine that there are thin rubber o-rings on both end of the round tubes. However, even with those washers being there I was able to get movement and clanking, or chucking, from the slider assembly. Due to the amount of moving parts in slider assemblies they will always be noisier than stationary hitches. Also, those washers aren't there to cushion the hitch while...
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  • Curt Slider Is Binding And Stopping When Sliding Forward For Towing
  • The Curt R16 Round Tube Slider for E16 and A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches - 12" Travel # C16560 should not be binding when sliding forward. When the trailer weight isn't on it, it rolls fine? It sounds like there is something binding in your slider when it is under load. I recommend having it looked at if you can't figure it out. You should be able to engage a slider in either towing or turning position multiple times without ever needing to put your landing gear down. It sounds like...
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  • Slider Recommendation for a Curt E-16 Hitch
  • For a slider that you could attach the head of your Curt E-16 Hitch # C16115 onto you would want the part # C16560. You will also need the part # C16505. I attached a review video for this roller for you to check out as well.
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  • Bolt Hole Spacing on Curt # C16560 R16 Fifth Wheel Hitch Roller and R5 Roller Adapter
  • Both the # C16560 roller assembly and the # C16505 has the same bolt hole pattern on the uprights, as shown in the provided photo. The side to side center hole to center hole dimension is 3-1/2 inches, and the vertical center to center is 1 inch.
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  • 5th Airborne Sidewinder for Fifth Wheel Towed by 2012 Dodge Ram Quad Cab
  • If your Ram has the 5-1/2 foot bed, the Sidewinder would be your only alternative to possibly gain enough clearance for sharp turns. To determine if you will be able to make 90 degree turns while using the Sidewinder, take a look at the clearance formula on the Sidewinder FAQ page I have linked you to. You will need to measure the distance between your hitch jaw and the rear of your cab. Add 22 inches (length of Sidewinder arm) to this measurement. From this sum, subtract half the width...
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  • Can Curt E5 Fifth Wheel Hitch, # C16116, Be Converted To Slider Hitch By Using Hitch Roller Adapter
  • You will need two items to convert your CURT Fifth Wheel, # C16116, to a slider fifth wheel hitch. You will need to attach your CURT E5 head to the R5 Roller Adapter for CURT E5 Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch, # C16505. Then, you will attach the CURT E5 head and the adapter to the CURT R16 Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Roller, # C16560. Then, the CURT R16 Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Roller should be installed in the rails on your truck. I am sending a video link to the CURT hitch Roller being...
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  • No-Drill 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Install Kit for 2014 Ram 1500 Short Bed with Curt 5th Wheel Hitch
  • If your rails are also Curt rails then you can use bracket kit # C16306 on your 2014 Ram 1500 short bed. However, with this kit there is some frame drilling required. The reason that I mention the Curt kit is because if you have Curt rails then you will need to use Curt brackets. Manufacturers do not test their brackets/rails with other manufacturers brackets/rails. This makes the capacity unknown, voids the warranties, and there can be some compatibility issues. My recommendation...
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  • Will Curt Slider 5th Wheel Hitch Fit Reese Adapter for 2013 Ram with OEM 5th Wheel Prep Package
  • The Reese adapter # RP30154 is a fit for the 2013 Ram trucks that came with the factory 5th wheel prep package with the 4 pucks in the bed. It is compatible with Curt slider hitches that use the R16 slider base, # C16560. Both the E16, # 16516, and the Q16, # C16521, use this slider base.
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  • How to Install a Curt R16 Roller in a 2013 Ram 2500 with Hitch Prep
  • Yes, the Reese 5th Wheel Rail Adapter # RP30154 that you referenced will work with the Curt R16 roller part # C16560 like what you have on your Curt Hitch.
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  • 5th Wheel Rail kit Recommendation for a 2014 Ram 1500 to Install a Curt E5 Hitch
  • If you have a 6 foot bed with coil spring suspension in the rear of your son in laws 2014 Ram 1500 you would want the Curt Fifth Wheel Rail Installation Kit part # C16306-204. You will need a slider hitch to make 90 degree turns so I hope your Curt E5 hitch is a slider hitch. If not, you will need the Curt Slider part # C16560 and the R5 Roller Adapter for Curt E5 Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch # C16505. . If you have a 5-1/2 foot bed you would want the Reese 5th Wheel Installation kit...
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  • Parts Needed to Convert Curt E5, E16 to Sliding 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • In order to convert your Curt E5/E16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch # C16115 to a slider hitch you will want the R5 Roller Adapter # C16505 that you referenced and the Curt R16 Round Tube Slider for E16 and Q16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches # C16560. I have attached a review video for the R16 # C16560 for you. The Curt R20 Round Tube Slider # C16550 that you referenced is designed for the Curt Q20 hitch head.
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  • How to Convert a Standard Curt E16 5th Wheel Hitch Into the Sliding Version
  • Since you already have the Curt E16 Hitch Head # 16515 you will need the Curt R16 Round Tube Slider for E16 and A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches # C16560 and the R5 Roller Adapter # C16505. This will give you a sliding 5th wheel Curt E16 hitch that fits standard base rails like part # 16516. Keep in mind that a sliding 5th wheel hitch is intended for use on truck beds that are 6 feet - 6-1/2 feet long. Anything shorter than 6 feet will require the use of a Sidewinder pin box.
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  • How to Convert Fixed Curt A16 5th Wheel Hitch to Sliding Hitch
  • I wish I had better news for you but Sidewinders will only replace specific pin box models, and there are no Sidewinders that will work as replacements for a Atwood 34 pin box so you will need to use a sliding hitch. If your F-150 has a 6-1/2 foot bed but you have the fixed (non-sliding) Curt A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch # C16120 you can convert it to a sliding hitch with just the Curt R16 Round Tube Slider # C16560. Otherwise, if your F-150 has a 5-1/2 foot bed the only option is...
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  • Curt 5th Wheel Rails and Hitch Recommendation for a 2005 Ford F-150
  • Your question came in blank, but it looks like you might be looking for a 5th wheel hitch and rail kit for your 2005 Ford F-150 with a short bed. First lets start with a rail kit. For that you would want the Curt 5th Wheel Rail Kit part # C16441-204. For a hitch you would want the Curt E16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ R16 Roller # 16516.
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  • 5th Wheel Ram Towing Prep Package Adapter Recommendation for 2015 Ram 2500 and Curt Slider Hitch
  • It looks like you have the factory rail kit installed in the bed of your 2015 Ram 2500 short bed truck based on what you ran through our fitguide and that you referenced the part # RP30154. As long as the slider of your hitch looks like the part # C16560 the Reese Ram adapter part # RP30154 that you referenced would be the correct part you would need to use your Curt hitch in your truck bed.
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  • Can Rails for Hijacker 5th Wheel Slider Hitch from 2006 Ram be Reused on a 2015 Ram
  • Yes, you can reuse the old above the bed rails from your 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 in a 2015 Ram 2500 for your Hijacker slider hitch. For the brackets, since they are different between the 2 years, the Demco part is # DM8552025 for the 2015 Ram 2500.
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  • Can a Curt E16 5th Wheel Hitch Head Be Put on a Reese Slider Base
  • The Curt head and Reese slider base are not compatible. Also it would void the warranty on both parts and make the capacity unknown since they are not tested together. You would need the Curt slider base # C16560. The Curt slider offers more travel, 12 inches, than the Reese sliders and on a short bed truck every inch counts!
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