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Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch - Dual Jaw - 16,000 lbs

Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch - Dual Jaw - 16,000 lbs

Item # RP30047
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Fifth-wheel trailer hitch provides excellent jaw-to-king-pin contact with a 2-jaw latching system. Wide-stance, 1-piece legs are stable and supremely easy to remove. Rails and installation kit sold separately. 1-800-940-8924 to order Reese fifth wheel hitch part number RP30047 or order online at Free expert support on all Reese products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch - Dual Jaw - 16,000 lbs. Fifth Wheel Hitch reviews from real customers.
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Reese Fifth Wheel Hitch - RP30047

  • Fixed Fifth Wheel
  • Reese
  • Aftermarket Below Bed Rails
  • 16000 lbs GTW
  • Standard - Double Jaw
  • Double Pivot
  • 4000 lbs Vertical Load
  • 13-1/2 - 17 Inch Tall

Fifth-wheel trailer hitch provides excellent jaw-to-king-pin contact with a 2-jaw latching system. Wide-stance, 1-piece legs are stable and supremely easy to remove. Rails and installation kit sold separately.


  • 2-Jaw locking system provides more jaw-to-king-pin contact than slide-bar models
    • Less rattle
    • Greater security
  • 4-Way pivoting head eases hookup on unlevel ground
  • 3-1/2" Height adjustment
  • Simple installation and removal
  • Wide stance, 1-piece legs offer excellent stability
  • Black powder coat finish resists corrosion
  • Locking handle has cushioned grip
  • Above-bed rails and mounting kit sold separately
    • Fits Curt, Valley, Draw-Tite, Hidden-Hitch and Reese base rails
    • Cut installation time in half by using a vehicle-specific bracket kit instead of the universal kit


  • Gross towing weight: 16,000 lbs
  • Vertical load limit: 4,000 lbs
  • Installed hitch height (including rails): 13-1/2" - 17"
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Note: This fifth-wheel trailer hitch will not fit pickups with beds shorter than 6' unless used with a Sidewinder. It also will not fit trucks with flareside/stepside bed.

Reese Double Jaw

Secure, 2-Piece Jaw

Unlike the more economical slide-bar models, the rounded, 2-piece jaw on this fifth-wheel trailer hitch inhibits rattle and movement by securely wrapping around your trailer's king pin, resulting in easier hookup and a safer, quieter ride.

30047 Reese Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch - 16,000 lbs

Installation Details RP30047 Installation instructions

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Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch - Dual Jaw - 16,000 lbs - RP30047

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (234 Customer Reviews)

Fifth-wheel trailer hitch provides excellent jaw-to-king-pin contact with a 2-jaw latching system. Wide-stance, 1-piece legs are stable and supremely easy to remove. Rails and installation kit sold separately.


This product gets a three based on shipping condition only. etrailer customer service and shipping time was excellent as usual. The shipment arrived 2 days after the order was placed, as promised. However, as others have noted, the product packing is poor. The boxes arrived with significant damage resulting in cosmetic damage to several parts. I haven't put the hitch to use yet but I am assuming it will work correctly. I will leave a followup after I use it.

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Jenny N.


I hate to see the imperfections on the hitch. I will have our Customer Service team reach out. I recommend touching up the hitch with a rust resistant paint like Rustoleum. Over time the hitch is going to experience nicks and scratches from use.


I damage my old hitch on Wednesday and ordered this one and it came very fast had it in on Saturday afternoon and was able to make my east bound trip.
As always etrailer came through for me again. Thank You


Because it was a new model truck, finding the right hitch became a challenge. etrailer was very helpful in sorting it out. 4,000 miles later we are happy campers



Very well


Excellent hitch for pulling my 5th wheel. Unhooks a lot easier than my last hitch. My last hitch would bind up and pin would not release at jaws. I would have to move truck up or back to get it just right for it would release. I’m not having that issue with this hitch. Major plus for me!! E trailer is good to work with. It was back ordered a few weeks but overall happy with the hitch.


I like the pin being surrounded by the jaws instead of just a bar across the back of the pin. The 16K seems to hold the pin tighter and helping to reduce chucking while towing. I had a slider due to when I bought this last 5th wheel, it was kind of forced onto me saying they couldn't let me leave without a slider with a short bed truck. But after I got home, I ordered a Reece Sidewinder, of which I had one on our first 5th wheel back in 2007. This is my third sidewinder and wouldn't pull without one. The Reece 16K hooks up good and towing without the worry of turning to sharp when getting fuel are days gone by, thanks to these 2 combined together.
The first Reece 16k I received had something just not right and I was having a heck of a time trying to hitch up. Sent Nicole here at eTrailer a picture of the jaws a little misaligned. Nicole got back with me quickly and we had a short conversation, and just a few days later I received a replacement head. That's service!!


The hitch had several large scratches on the front leg decals and a lot of smaller scratches and dings on the painted surfaces. This was caused by inadequate packing materials. The parts should be packaged so they are not allowed to touch and rub against each other during transit. One of the mounting pins did not have a machined groove for the locking clip. I had to use an old pin I had from the hitch I replaced. I would like to get a replacement pin that has a groove for the locking pin as the one I'm using is 20+ years old. I had to drill out the hole for the cotter pin that attaches the handle. The pin would not go through until I drilled it out. On the flip side the hitch is what I expected it to be and seems to be well built and should do what I need it to do. I gave you 3 stars due to the packaging issues and the pin with no groove.


The first hitch arrived damaged in shipping. The dent was minor but it was on the receiver plate so I asked to return it.

A lot of vendors would have pushed back on an 89 pound box being sent back but the etrailer team set up the return and shipment of the new hitch. No problem.

The new hitch arrived in good shape this afternoon. It took me about a half hour to install with normal tools and a torque wrench. Directions were clear, the parts fit, and I appreciate having the knowledgeable people at etrailer to fall back on.

There are a lot of things owners can fix themselves with the support of quality products, knowledge, and great customer service etrailer delivers.


Product is good quality as it appeared --5th wheel itself was not delivered with rest of kit--arrived three days later. Installation easy.
Installation kit fits perfect-easy installation. Only variable was I had pre-existing air springs , so I had to mark and drill the frame brackets and install the air springs on the outside of the brackets--no big deal--worked out fine


Legs were not as heavy and our original 15k. Difficulty getting one of the legs into the original rails. Slight difference in center to center. Release does work much smoother than our old hitch As for etrailer, the hitch arrived in three days, No shipping charge. Great service.


Delivery was fast and packaged well.
is my first 5th wheel hitch and has worked great for me pulling a shorter camper with a long bed 3/4 ton truck. Nice height adjustability to match the truck with the trailer. Good solid feel while pulling.


I spent a whole day installing the Reese 16k hitch and custom quick mounting rails in a 2020 F150. Video was great and I advise you to watch it a couple of times before installing. Paper instructions not so good. If you have a 36 gallon fuel tank, I recommend you to do this install on a lift. I do not recommend you to install on your garage floor especially if you are 67 years old, still sore from laying on my back. You must remove spare tire and heat shield. I installed with tires on and very tight working around large fuel tank area. Going on a test drive to see if everything holds together.


Looks like this is going to be a perfect fit for what I need to pull my 2011 Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8265WS, 5th wheel trailer with the Revolution pin box. Just had it installed & after many years of driving truck with a 5th wheel, I can tell this is a good sturdy 5th wheel & looks good too.


Another case of Reese's failure to package their products properly. What used to be bright and shiny delivered scratched, covered in areas of the paint rubbing on cardboard. Screws missing, release handle bent to where it wouldn't slide over the rod. Hammer marks on the legs which would seem to indicate someone already tried to mount it and returned it. 30 minute job turned into 2hrs of cussing. But at least it showed up in two days. I hope whoever bought out Reese brings a better process to the market, but the chances I'd buy it are pretty slim.


The hitch was installed on Valley Rails which was previously installed on my 2004 Silverado 3500. The hitch fit on the rails and during the first pull performed outstanding. I pull a 41ft 5th wheel and I am impressed with the double jaw lock.



After a year The Hitch is performing outstanding! I have pulled my RV approximately 2000 miles and no issue. RV is a 42 ft 5th wheel.


I'm sad reese is made in CHINA! the one leg is not drilled on both sides, i can fix it myself Etrailer is awesome!


etrailer blows the competition away! I don’t even know how it’s possible to order and receive a product as fast as I did. Thank you etrailer. You have all my future business.


The locks are good. I’ve used them before. My problem is with the hitch I installed .The ‘single layer’ cardboard box was REALLY BUSTED UP. The hitch was heavily scratched and the ‘locking tab holes didn’t line up . I had to fabricate a new one , if I’d known that the hitch was made in ASIA, I would’ve bought a different make - REESE has really been downgraded !


Assembly went smoothly, except for one bolt which required persuasion. Unit appears to be well made. Packaging was pretty beat up, but cardboard doesn't stand up well to 70+ pounds of steel. No complaints.


5 stars for etrailer. Hitch replaces same make and model I used for 20 years. Looks to be just as well built. Had to force it to fit my existing ralls however so it will probably be dificult to remove and reinstall like I normally do. That is a manufacturer problem.

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Jenny N.


This hitch will fit into standard 5th wheel rails. It will fit into the 20.50 inches wide by 22 inches long mounting slots on the rails.


etrailer gets 5 stars for quick delivery of this hitch. Reese on the other hand gets 0 stars for quality as the first time we hauled with it we got to our campsite and went to pull forward to put the trailer on blocks to level it and a weld broke on the jaw and let the trailer loose and it fell down and went back and bent the tailgate. Then I spent all memorial day weekend trying to get another head to pull 2 1/2 hours home. I did all of the leg work for them only to have to wait for them to make sure that they could pay me for repairs to our truck (3 months). etrailer was great, Reese not so much. So the rating is for the hitch not etrailer.


It works very well. Is a little hard to pin to the rails but may be the rails and not the hitch


The hitch has worked as expected. I would expect nothing but from Reese. During our last trip the hitch started to creek so I removed the top and applied a little grease. This unit is working in conjunction with a Revolution king pin box on our 5th wheel. We are very pleased with this unit for our application.
Etrailer has been our go to place for many trailering items. I would recommend them overall for customer and product performance



Wow, thanks for the product follow up. We have used the Reese hitch a lot this past year traveling out west into South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado etc. Hitch has worked perfectly. For a while I did take advantage of the RVs revolution hitch but found that it was to stressful on the hitch and more difficult to connect to the hitch so I have gone back to a standard 5th wheel configuration. etrailer is my go to supplier for RV stuff unless I have an emergency and need to act on a failure immediately.Anyway thanks for the follow up. Everything is working well here. Just trying to keep warm


After getting the rear rail installed, I used the hitch to set the front rail. I worked perfectly. I can remove the hitch without any binding. This was a problem with my old hitch on my old truck that was installed by the service department where I bought my original 5th wheel trailer.
This is basically the same hitch as I had before on my old truck and I had no problems with it after towing approximately 37,000 miles over 15 years so I expect that this hitch will give me the same service.

Roger T.


This hitch is now in my 2016 RAM 3500 and functioning perfectly.


Great 5th wheel hitch and best price I could find. It fit into the rails on my 2012 Ford F250 perfectly. Very pleased with ETrailer's fast delivery and reliable products.



I’ve used this hitch to tow my 36 ft 5th wheel over 5000 miles. It has been a very solid and reliable hitch. I’m very pleased with it.


Service always GREAT! Order shipped fast! Boxes were destroyed but, everything intact. Hitch fit rails perfect. Very pleased!

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