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Reese Universal Installation Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches (No Base Rails) - 10 Bolt

Reese Universal Installation Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches (No Base Rails) - 10 Bolt

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Brackets and hardware work with Reese 10-bolt base rails (sold separately) to install your fifth-wheel trailer hitch.


Features:

  • Universal brackets fit most applications
    • Adapter brackets can be used to ease installation on certain vehicles
  • Base rails (RP58058 - sold separately) sit in truck bed and provide necessary attachment points for 5th-wheel trailer hitches
  • Sturdy, black powder coated steel resists corrosion


30439 Reese Fifth Wheel Mounting Bracket Kit - 10 Bolt Design

Replaces 6007 Draw-Tite Fifth Wheel Installation Hardware

Item # RP30439




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Video of Reese Universal Installation Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches (No Base Rails) - 10 Bolt

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Video Transcript for Fifth Wheel Hitch Installation - 2002 Ford F-250

Today on this 2002 Ford F-250 we are going to install part number RP30035 from Reese. For the first part of the install we need to locate the rear base rail for the fifth wheel hitch. Our measurement is going to start at the very end of the bed itself, not the tailgate, the end and we are going to measure up as described in the instructions. And then we will go ahead and make our mark. We will do that on both sides so we can make our rails even. :25

We are going to place our rail into place. We are going to put our marks we made in the bed with this edge right here pointing out to the back of the truck. Once you have the right distance from the back then you want to get it measured out from left to right, make sure it is nice and even. This groove in the bed here is a good place to measure off of. Now we are going to lay out our second rail, just put it in its general spot. We will use the fifth wheel itself to help position the second rail. We have the fifth wheel on the rails, lets go ahead and put in some pins to hold it in place. :58

We will line up the hitch again with the lines that we made on our front rail, because you know moving it around is going to mess it up. We have our first rail put back in position to match up to the marks in the bed. Now we will go to the second rail and check for SS and make sure its even with the front rail. There is a couple ways to do it. First off, we will do a quick measurement this way, and then left and right also just like we did the first rail. Then we will go diagonally for check for SS. The instructions say we are going to use the holes on the outside here for the Ford Pick up. What we are going to do next is find center. You want to drill it out and make a small pilot hole first, probably a 1/8 of an inch and then compare to see where we can put our brackets on the frame. Since we are using a universal kit, you only get two brackets, a short one and a long one. Usually you are going to go on one side of the hat channel or center sill. Also, you need to take account for pieces that are in the way of the frame, such as this linkage or parking brake cable hanger. We can use the short or long interchangeably. Typically the long goes in front if you can, if not, we can reverse them, it is no big deal. Now we have our hole right here that we drilled out. Lets go ahead and do some comparison here. We will do our short bracket in front and then we will line up to whichever one of these holes looks best. It looks like on this one I am going to be using this hole right here. We will be drilling two holes in the frame, here and here. We have located our front rail bracket, now we will go to the back rail and locate that. Again, the frame has some stuff in the way, we have the rivets, and plus it has this dent into it, like a compression, so we can not use that. On this side there is a nice flat section right here. It looks like we will be using this hole right here to line up our bolt. Then we will be drilling here and here on our frame, it is nice and flat, so it will be a good place to locate our bracket. Now we will repeat the same process back over on the passenger side. 2:59

Now we will slide our hitch out of the way and drill out our pilot holes that we made to the larger side for the bolts. We are going to do a 3/8 inch drill bit first and then up to a 9/16th inch. Alright I have our holes drilled, lets go ahead and slide everything back into place. Lets our hardware in now. We will take the carriage bolts, and just them into place. One thing to note, we will have to put a spacer block underneath, we will show that later. We have sight of the ten holes drilled. The last two holes that we need to drill out go into the center of the rail itself. That can go inside or outside, it does not matter as long as you have plenty of clearance to get to it. We will set our bed rail in place and torque it all down and we will set that for last. We will start with our front bracket. Remember that we talked about the spacer block in between. We will take down this bracket for now, and show you how to install the block. We will slide this into the bed rail, we will take up the corrugation so it will not crush the bed as much. However, since this truck is used and has seen some miles, the bed has been crushed into the support already. So we are actually going to make some room. We will use a simple pry bar to give us some room. We have that cut out wrapped around the bolt, and then our bracket will set up against here ans sandwich part of the hat channel, nice and secure. We will attach our hardware to hold everything in place. Into our bracket we are going to install a flat washer, lock washer, and nut. We will go ahead and install our blocks again, inside they may spread out a little bit. Then we will install a conical tooth washer, this also will get a lock washer, and a nut. Once we have all the hardware done on the driver side here we will go ahead and go to the passenger side and repeat the same process again. Now I have all the hardware installed with the brackets. We will snug down our bolts to our cross rails to our frame brackets. To help keep them straight while we tighten them down we are going to clamp these brackets to the frame. Get the rear one done, now go to the front bracket. We got our driver side done, lets go ahead and repeat the same process back over on the passenger side. 5:26

The next thing we will do is get back in the bed of the truck. We will test fit our fifth wheel hitch itself to make sure it can remove easily. Lets continue on torquing the frame brackets to the bed rails. We have our driver side torqued down, lets go to the passenger side and do that again. After that, check one more time that you can take the hitch in and out of the rails. Now we have the frame brackets in place, lets drill out the holes for them. Take a look behind the frame and make sure there is nothing you want to drill into like the gas tank, brake lines, or wiring. In this case here, going towards the front on the driver side we put a block right here because our bolt will be pretty close to this brake line right here. So we will hit the block first before anything else. Everything else around the frame looks pretty clear. We will go ahead and drill out our holes now. What we are going to do is use our 17/32 inch bit and mark the center of our hole. We will drill a pilot hole first, and then go back with our bit. Now we will install the bolts that go into the frame and out the frame bracket. We will use this bolt right here that looks like a wheel stud, it has splines right here, this will grip the steel in the frame and come out this way. Then we will install our lock washer and nut. Then we will tighten those up until the bolts get seeded into the frame, and then we will torque them down as specified. These two bolts here are partially blocked by the gas tank, so we are going to fish wire those in. This is the fish wire tool that comes with the kit. We are going to push it through the hole we are going to use, push it out the back of the frame and thread our bolt into it and pull it back through. We will remove it and add our lock washer and nut. Lets go ahead and drill the last two holes in the bed of the truck. There are obstructions underneath there like a heat shield, so we are going to do the outside hole here and the outside on the other rail. Since our bed has been smashed right here, we can use it to our advantage and put a spacer underneath there like that. The one going up front is okay. Lets sneak in our spacer, that will be just fine. We will our bolt back through, and tighten it down. That finishes our install of part number RP30035 from Reese.


Customer Reviews

Reese Universal Installation Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches (No Base Rails) - 10 Bolt - RP30439

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (39 Customer Reviews)

Brackets and hardware work with Reese 10-bolt base rails (sold separately) to install your fifth-wheel trailer hitch.

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Purchased the kit for install on my 1986 Ford F-250.

Installer tells me that all included items (hardware, instructions) were as they should be.

Only hiccup was that the FORWARD brackets had to be welded vice bolted, due to the location of the rear uppoer shock tower on the truck. Took him some time, but job looks good, and we'll be testing it today on an hour-long drive to our new spot for the next several months. After that, who knows where life might take us!! Looking forward to seeing some of the Southeast, minimum, taking home right along with us.

The folks at eTrailers.com were great, helping me with questions, as we're new to pulling the rv, even after living in it since early '16.




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Received promptly in good condition . Easy install




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E-trailer deserves 5 Stars for service, follow up and delivery. Thanks for the great service. As for the installation kit.. Bolts and nuts, fine, but the layout and brackets did not work with my vehicle, a 91 Chevy long-bed Silverado. I follow the instructions for locating the back rail, 30 & 15/16" per instructions. Located the brackets over the sloted 5/8" holes provided in the frame but had to turn the inward to match second holes in rails, could not make them work otherwise. Drilled the pilot holes for front thru front rail with hitch in place, missed front provided slots in frame with bracket by 2". No way in or out, forward or backward to make it work. Planning to have all brackets welded as drilling will not work due to lines ect. Basically the brackets don't work without welding.




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I was moving my 5th wheel hitch from a 2005 Dodge to 2015 Ford. The rail mounting kit for the Ford was complete and installation went smoothly. The kit could use a couple more spacers but it was not a problem as I reused spacers from the Dodge.




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I purchased the Reese Universal Installation kit for installing a pickup bed hitch for a 5th wheel camper. The installation went well and I found that I was thankful for the various extra pieces that were provided to allow options for different ways to do the installation. The quality and strength were very good. I'm happy to have purchased this kit.




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Typed into Google the parts I needed to install our 5th wheel hitch...
First up was etrailer...They had the exact part shown in the installation manual for our brand and they shipped out the next day...Wonderful to have a company that has all the parts you need for anything!




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Very easy install.
I had zero experience
with this type of install, or fifth wheels in general. I was able to mount my used fifth wheel using this mounting kit on my 97 f250 ccsb, alone in about three hours, without any help or problems.




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Everything was fine, ended up selling Trailer, fifth wheel and Kit shortly after I ordered it. I was very happy with the product, the communication and the receiving from your company. I will be ordering from you again in the near future.




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Product was used on my 2018 F-250 super Duty... awesome fit & ready to pull the camper... instructions were adequate for installation.. definitely recommend etrailer.com for all of your towing needs & hardware..




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This kit works well for transfering existing hitch and rails to new/used vehicle.


Comments
Great, Ill be buying another one within a year for a newer truck.
B.V. - 06/23/2017


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These guys are pretty awesome. I received my product in a very timely manner and the instructions were easy to follow. The instructional video was a step by step video and made installation a jiffy. I recommend etrailer to anyone who wants to buy a quality product.




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This kit was complete with all the parts you needed.
I inturn welded the "L" brackets to the frame, with no problems.




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Stacey was an awesome help on the phone product was exactly what I had expected, installation was time consuming but worked out great thank you Stacey thank you etrailer be using you all again




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They shipped my order right away. Came with everything they said it would and was very easy to install. I will definitely be ordering again from etrailer. Great job etrailer.




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this product was as stated every thing was there that was needed to complete the installation was perfect fit and installation went very well




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Instructions are very clear and a snap to install , my third kit from etrailer thanks




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The product is just as advertised and the speeded shipment was great. I will use etrailer in the future.

Charles




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Very fast shipping. The included instructions could have been more user friendly but the videos on the site were excellent. Be sure to look up the videos before you do your install to catch some helpful pointers.




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Was very impressed by the promptness my order was processed
and shipped. All parts and hardware were with the shipment,
and I was very pleased with the install.




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Product fit as it should and I really enjoy using a trailer




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Your company was GREAT to work with, and sales was easy and hassel free. When I need trailer parts again will use your compant




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this worked great and so easy to follow directions for mounting;;very glad for web site and will be ordering again from them




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Excellent product, easy on the bank account to, Instructions are easy to follow.




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Just what i needed.


Comments
I traded in a 2011 dodge ram 2500 6.4 box for a 2014 dodge ram 2500 6.4 box and I have a reese proline 15k hitch. is there any universal brackets to connect my old rails to my new truck? thank you very much
-- comment by: Ed M - 03/10/2014


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  • Underbed Mounting Brackets and Hardware Only for 5th Wheel Hitch Installation on a 1985 Ford Truck
    Since you already have the rails and the hitch, all you will need is the brackets and hardware. There is a kit available with these parts only, # RP30439. I have included a link to the installation instructions you will need as well.
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    The hardware you need is the Reese Universal Installation Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches (No Base Rails) # RP30439. These brackets and hardware work with Reese 10-bolt base rails to install your fifth-wheel trailer hitch. I have install videos and the installation instructions attached to this help document.
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  • Recommendation For Fifth Wheel Installation Kit Without Base Rails For 1995 Ford F-350
    The best option we have for your 1995 Ford F-350 is the Reese Universal Installation Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches, Item # RP30439. This kit does not include the base rails and is the 10-bolt design. It should give you anything you need. Contact us if this will not work for you or if you have other questions.
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    To mount your Reese Trail Boss 5th Wheel Hitch's existing rails on your 1998 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup, you'll want to use the Reese Universal Installation Kit for 5th Wheel Trailer Hitches # RP30439 . This kit comes with the brackets and hardware that work with Reese 10-bolt base rails. If you've got a different style of above bed rails for your Reese Trail Boss hitch, please let me know and I can recommend the appropriate kit you'll want to use instead.
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  • B&W Goose Neck Turnover Ball Hitch Adapter To Tow 5th Wheel Trailer With 2007 Ford F-250 Super Duty
    I have an option for you however there is not a way to have both the B&W Goose neck hitch part # BWGNRK1108 and the 5th wheel rails part # RP30439 installed in the bed. I recommend to use Curt X5 5th Wheel Base Rails Adapter for B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck Trailer Hitches part # 16310 which fits in into the B&W Goose neck turnover ball hole and gives you industry standard rails in the bed to attach the Reese 16K Pro Series Slider. This is the easiest and most cost effective option to be...
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  • Will the Reese Universal 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Install Kit fit a 2012 GMC Sierra 2500HD
    You can use the Reese universal installation kit on your 2012 GMC Sierra 2500HD. However, the kit you referenced, # RP30439, is just the bracket kit, no rails. For the complete kit included the rails you would need # RP30035. I have included a link to the installation instructions for this kit which include the measurements you need. You will follow the instructions for the 2011 because they will be the same for 2012.
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  • Universal 5th Wheel Installation Kit for a 1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty
    The Universal Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Installation Kit with Rails, item # RP30035, will fit the 1999 Ford F-250 Super Duty. If you have Reese, Draw-Tite or Hidden Hitch rails and just need the installation hardware then the Installation Hardware for Fifth Wheel Rails, item # RP30439 , will provide all of the hardware for installation except the rails. Page 10 of the instructions gives specific installation details for your truck with either of these kits.
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  • Which 5th Wheel Installation Kit Fits on a 1995 Dodge Ram 1500 with 4 Wheel Drive
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  • Universal Rail Kit Recommendation for Use on a 2006 Silverado with a 5-1/2 ft Bed
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  • What is the Rail Location for Universal 5th Wheel Installation Kit on a 2011 Ford F-250 Short Bed
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  • Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Base Rail Positions on a 1995 Chevy 1 Ton Dually
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  • Fifth Wheel Installation Kit Under Bed Brackets and Hardware for a 1979 Ford F-150 and Trail Boss
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  • Will Reese Universal 5th Wheel Installation Kit Fit a 1999 Ford F-350 Super Duty 4x4 Long Bed
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  • What Grade Hardware is Used in Reese Universal 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Installation Kit
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  • 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Installation Kit for a 2008 Chevy Silverado 1500 Short Bed
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  • Where Do 5th Wheel Rails Install in the Bed of a 2003 Ford F-250 Long Bed
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  • Universal Fifth Wheel Bracket Kit Recommendation for a 2002 Dodge Ram 2500
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    If you have Reese industry standard rails for your 2015 Ford F-350, I recommend going with our Reese Quick-Install Custom Bracket Kit, # RP50026. The custom brackets mount to existing holes in the frame which minimizes drilling and measuring. This cuts installation time in half compared to the Universal Installation Kit, # RP30439. I have included a short installation video for you. We typically do not recommend mixing brands of base rails and brackets so if you have a different brand...
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  • 5th Wheel Installation Brackets for 2015 Ford F-350
    If you have Reese industry standard base rails for your 2001 Ford F-150, I recommend going with our Reese Quick-Install Custom Bracket Kit, # RP50042. The custom brackets mount to existing holes in the frame which minimizes drilling and measuring. This cuts installation time in half compared to the Universal Installation Kit, # RP30439. I have included a short installation video for you. We typically do not recommend mixing brands of base rails and brackets so if you have a different...
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