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Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit for Chevy/GMC - Carbide Finish

Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit for Chevy/GMC - Carbide Finish

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Install your fifth wheel trailer hitch in half the time with this custom bracket kit. Requires less drilling than universal kits and provides a custom fit for your . Includes everything you need for installation. 1-800-940-8924 to order CURT fifth wheel installation kit part number C16411-204 or order online at Free expert support on all CURT products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit for Chevy/GMC - Carbide Finish. Fifth Wheel Installation Kit reviews from real customers.
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2014 GMC Sierra 2500 - Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit for Chevy/GMC - Carbide Finish

  • Above the Bed
  • Custom
  • CURT

Install your fifth wheel trailer hitch in half the time with this custom bracket kit. Requires less drilling than universal kits and provides a custom fit for your . Includes everything you need for installation.


  • 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
  • Custom fit - brackets mount to existing holes in your vehicle's frame
    • Minimizes drilling
    • Installation time is cut in half, compared with universal bracket systems
  • Complete kit includes brackets, rails and hardware
  • Visible rails have carbide finish to match your Curt Q5 fifth wheel hitch
  • Compatible with B&W, Curt, Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch, Husky, Reese, and Valley above-bed 5th-wheel trailer hitches

16411 Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Bracket Kit

16204 Curt Universal, Carbide Fifth Wheel Base Rails

Replaces 16413-204

Installation Details C16411-204 Installation instructions

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

Video Transcript for Curt Fifth Wheel Kit Installation - 2015 GMC Sierra 2500

Hi there Heavy Haulers today in our 2015 GMC Sierra 2500, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install CURT's Custom Fit 5th Wheel Rail Kit. And this is what our rail kit will look like when it's installed. You'll have two rails located in your bed and they will be spaced far enough apart with various different slots on them, to accommodate most different types of 5th bow's out there. This rail kit is going to be custom designed for your Sierra, where it will sit in our bed and have all the hardware that we'll need to get it installed, including all the spaces and brackets that properly line up in the raised sections that we have here in our bed, to ensure that we don't crush it down. It's a pretty quick and easy installation. So why don't you follow along with me and we'll go over it together so you can have the confidence to do it at home.We'll begin our installation by getting the appropriate location for one of our rails, by measuring the distance from the truck bed here at the back to the edge of our rail.

This is going to vary depending on if you've got a short bed or if you have a long bed. We're currently working with a short bed, but you'll find the measurements for both in your instructions. So we're just going to go ahead and line it up with where it needs to be on each side and also center it evenly, side to side. All right. Looks pretty good there.

Make sure you've got it all at the appropriate location.We're then going to check center and the easiest way usually to do this, is to just use the corrugation in the rails to center it. Of course, you can also measure from the side to verify that way as well. We're going to go ahead and use a paint stick and we're going to be marking our holes, right in the center. We're going to do the four corners, as well as the center towards the rear of the vehicle.Now that we've got all those marked, we're going to use a one eighth inch drill bit to make a pilot hole at each location, and then we'll be enlarging those to nine sixteenths once we've finished all of our pilot holes. After drilling your pilot hole, you just want to check to make sure that there's nothing below that you're going to damage or anything like that.

That's the big purpose of doing the pilot hole firstWe're now going to enlarge them to nine sixteenths. You can do this with either a nine sixteenth drill bit or you could use a step bit like this to step it up. If you're using a step bit, I recommend that you keep one of the bolts nearby so you can just check to make sure you're not going to enlarge it too large.And we're just going to repeat this for all of the remaining holes. To protect our freshly drilled holes from corrosion, we're going to go ahead and vacuum up all the debris and then use some clear coat to cover them up. We're going to do that for all the remaining holes.We'll now need a fish wire our hardware into place on for the side rails.

We're going to be using the fish wire that comes in our kit here. And there's two holes located here just above our jounce bumper, one on each side. These are the holes that we're going to feed our hardware through. So we're going to take the coiled end, we're going to push it into the hole and then it's going to come out of a hole that's larger on the other side of the frame rail, just above our jounce bumper. And here's the hole on the other side of the frame rail. On the driver's side, you're going to have some electrical wiring that goes over it. But you'll see it comes out of the hole here. The hole's actually like just above the wiring there. But all we need to do is just be able to access the coiled wire here on the other side, because then we're going to take the large carriage bolts that come in our kit and the large spacers.We're going to start by placing the spacer over the coiled end. And then we can take the large carriage bolt and thread it onto the coiled end. We can now push those into the frame. And then we can just pull our coiled wire until the bolt comes out the hole. Sometimes, you do got to wiggle a little bit to get it to cooperate with you. And then we can pull our fish wire through the hole. We're going to leave the coiled end threaded on it for now. And if some of it pulls off, kind of like mine did, make sure you add it on there. So they don't want to lose it in the frame, but we're going to leave it because we're going to thread in the other carriage bolt here on the front hole, and we're going to use the exact same method we did, to get this one in over here.We can now take our side plate and we're going to put it into position. The top part where it angles over is going to face towards the inside of the vehicle, over the frame. And the, chamfer here at the back where it kind of has like a 45 degree angle to it, this is going to face towards the rear of the vehicle. Here on the other side, we've got a nice rounded edge.We're going to take our coiled wires. We're going to feed them through the top holes in our bracket. They're the ones that are slightly slotted. And we're just going to bring that up, set it on the frame rail and pull our bolts through. This is why we left our coiled wires on there. And then we can take the flange nuts, that come included in our kit. We're going to take off the coiled wire, try not to mess up the coiled wire too much because we are going to need to use this again over on the other side. I know it's tempting to just pull it off of there, but then you're going to have a difficult time threading it onto the new carriage bolts for the other side.And we're just going to thread this flange nut onto our carriage bolt. And on our front bolt here, we're going to thread on a flange nut as well. We're just going to go ahead and leave them hand tight at this time because we do want it to be a little bit loose just so we can make any final adjustments. We're now going to repeat the same process over on the other side, to get the other side plate installed.We're now back up top and we went ahead and placed our rail back over our holes and everything. And the side plates we put on, if we look down, we'll be able to see straight through these slots and the side plates, where the ears go over the frame. We're going to use the smaller diameter carriage bolts that come in our kit, and these are going to drop down into each of the holes. One of the things you want to pay attention to is the corrugation here. We have some spacers that we're going to be using to ensure that we have constant metal to metal contact, and we don't crush any of the gaps here. So for this bolt here that we dropped down in the middle, the space is going to go underneath the bed. But for the ones that we have here on the sides, where it dips down, we're going to put the spacer underneath the rail right here and then drop our bolt down through it. We're going to repeat that for all the bolt holes.We're now underneath the vehicle and you can see the bolt that we had dropped down through the center. This is the spacers that we we're sliding in up top, underneath the rail. But since this is on a raised section, we're going to be sliding in here, on the bottom. And that is due to using these spacer plates that we're going to place on each of our carriage bolts here on the bottom. And we're going to follow those up with a flange nut. And we put that spacer here in the corrugation just to ensure that we don't crush anything when we are tightening it down.We'll now repeat this for the four remaining bolts in this rail. And they're located just above your frame rail. We'll also need to thread the nuts onto the carriage bolts that we dropped down on each side, these four corners that we did. These ones can be a bit tricky as there's not a lot of room to work above the frame and the bolts like to kind of push back up as you're working on them. If you've got an assistant on top to hold the bolts down for you, it can make things a little bit easier but you can also just kind of put a little bit of side pressure on the bolt, to keep it from pushing up as you're threading it on. We're going to repeat that for the other bolt on this side. And then the two bolts over on the other side.We're now in the back of the truck and we've got our 5th wheel in here. We're going to be using this to help us install our rear rail. It doesn't matter which 5th wheel you have, you just want to use it, so that way you can set the appropriate distance for the other rail. So we're going to go ahead and set our, 5th wheel now into the rail that we have installed. So we're just going to line up the slots until it drops down.We've got it in both there so that we can come up to the front here. We're just going to slide our rail up underneath of it, while lifting it up. Now we just want to line up those slots in the rail with the ears hanging down on the bottom of our 5th wheel until it falls into place. We can then take all of our pins and we're just going to slide them through. We don't need to clip them. Just helps make sure that when we install our rail, that it's going to be easier to get our pins to slide in and out, if we've got them in place to begin with.With our 5th wheel in place in our rail, we have it lined up where we need it to be now. So we're going to just repeat the same process we did to install the front rail by marking out the four corners and the center one towards the rear here, and then drilling those out to the same size as we did before. The only big difference between installing the rear rail here and the front rail is that instead of using the outermost holes, we're going to come in one set.We've now got all of our holes drilled out. So we're going to lift up on our 5th wheel and put it back into place, lining up all of the pegs again. Now that we've got to dropped down in there, we're going to put our pins back in and then we're going to install the hardware, just like we did on the front rail. Just want to pay attention to those raised and lowered sections and put those spacers in the appropriate location, whether they should go on the top or bottom to prevent from crushing the bed.And just like we did on the front rail, we're going to install the hardware. It's going to be the same type of hardware. We're going to have spacers for wherever we need to take up space, in this raised section. For our rear rail, they're going to be in raised sections for all of them all the way across. So when we place them all underneath, we're going to put our spacer on it and then we're going to secure it with a flange nut. Now you do have the option if this one falls out, you can just slide that up in afterwards, since it's got that little slot there. Now, you do have the option to lower down the spare tire, to make things a little bit easier. And there's also a heat shield here that can be bothersome, so you may want to consider lowering that down as well. It's not necessary, but it does free up a little bit of space.We can now go back and tighten down our hardware. For all of our underneath bolts, we're going to be using a three quarter inch socket. With the bolts underneath tightened down, we can then tighten down our side rails. We're going to use a fifteen, sixteen socket to do this. We can now go back and torque all of our hardware to the specifications found in our instructions.Now that we've got all of our hardware torqued down, you want to come back up top and just double check to make sure that your 5th wheel is going to come in and out of the rails easily. Because sometimes when you tighten them down, you can get it into a bind and it might get stuck in there. So just kind of give it a rock. But if we can get it up, in and out, nice and easy, then we are ready to put our pins in and secure them with the included clips. And that completes our installation of CURT's Custom Fit 5th Wheel Rail Kit on our 2015 GMC Sierra 2500.

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Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit for Chevy/GMC - Carbide Finish - C16411-204

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (325 Customer Reviews)

Install your fifth wheel trailer hitch in half the time with this custom bracket kit. Requires less drilling than universal kits and provides a custom fit for your vehicle. Includes everything you need for installation.

2019 Chevrolet Silverado

I had originally ordered a 11604/11607 under bed gooseneck mount for my 2019 Silverado 2500HD, but found out during initial parts fitting that an under bed rib had been welded out of position on my truck, and the side rail brackets would not fit because of it. A phone call to Curt verified my finding and they suggested going to an in bed rail mount as an alternative. I called etrailer and spoke with Bailey B about my situation and she was very quick to understand what I needed to do. She helped me place an order for a 16411/16204 in bed rail mount kit. She then emailed me instructions and UPS shipping labels so I could return the parts I could not use. I received my new kit yesterday (one day early!!) and a quick look tells me I now have what I need. Bailey B was super helpful, and the exchange process was above and beyond my expectations. Count on me for future purchases. I had hand surgery a few days ago so it will be a while before I can install this hitch rail kit. If I can edit this review then, I'll add pictures. In the meantime, I'm going to have a spray in bed liner done and I'll be ready to go. Thanks again Bailey and etrailer!



Fantastic! I was able to install the entire kit by myself as soon as my hand allowed me to. Everything went together as it was supposed to. Ive only been able to tow my 5er a few times, but getting hitched up and unhitched is a breeze, even when the truck isnt straight on to the trailer. The hitch is totally silent, with no chucking at all. I was able to set it up so I had good cab clearance that I dont need to use the Turning Point feature on my pin box. I highly recommend this hitch.

2013 Chevrolet Silverado

Just installed my curt 5th wheel kit,all materials are heavy duty and comes with all hardware needed. Installation is straightforward for the average DIY . The only challenge in the installation of the kit is getting the right tool to torque the rail bolts. My truck is a 2013 chevy Silverado 2500HD. I would recommend this kit.


Works great, I self performed the install on my 2018 GMC, the only issue I struggled with was on feeding the bolts through the frame with the provided threaded feeder wire on the front driverside, the trucks fuel tank location and brake lines mounted on the frame was a little challenging but worked through it. Thanks

2012 Chevrolet Silverado

I feel that the installation video simplifies the process to much. Attaching the frame plates with the bolt fish wire was more difficult than the video showed. I am to blame for the first bolt. We started on the left side and fished the back bolt first. I did not check to see if the wire would go through both plate and bolt once threaded onto the bolt. I just placed the plate on the wire and then threaded the bolt onto the wire and pulled or tried to pull it through the frame hole. The wire was "bunched" on part of the bolt and would not feed through the frame and the plate holes. I stretched the wire to the point I thought I was going to lose the bolt in the frame. We ended up getting the bolt back out and using the other fish wire to feed this bolt through. We made sure we could fit both the plate and bolt through together before fishing it through the frame. Once we did one the other three went a lot easier but we only had one fish wire to use.
I had watched the installation video several times and played it while we were working. The video is good but it makes the process seem to easy.
I would like to see the video have more details about this process and have 4 fish wire instead of 2 or tell people you may want to have two more on hand for piece of mind.

Jeff L.


After a year and around 7,000 miles pulling our fifth wheel camper, I love the hitch. I have not had to use the sliding portion but glad we have it if we need it


Installation of this product was easy, instructions were easy to follow. Rail kit works as it’s designed. Great Kit.



It been working great, have not any issues. This product was easy to install, pretty much straight forward instructions!


Last summer I made purchase of the A16 sliding 5th wheel hitch along with rails.the install took about six hours working by myself .following the enclosed instructions is important and saves time if you do it exactly as shown.I was very pleased with the delivery,it was prompt and no charge.that was great.the hitch is a slider which I think is important on a shortbed,could save damage to truck during experience with etrailer has been really good and would recommend this company to anybody shopping for trailering equipment

2016 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

The installation kit fit perfect but take the time to move the spare tire and the heat shield out of the way to make it easier.

Kevin L.


The products have worked flawlessly no problems and thank you for checking back with me its nice when a company cares about there costumers. Next time I need any trailer products I will definitely be contacting etrailer.


Whew! Installing that Rail kit about kicked my butt! The reason why is all the trips I made from underneath the truck and back. The Rail kit is a very high Quality Product from Curt that fits perfectly in the bed of my truck. The hardware is also high quality. One downside is there isn't a lot of room to work as the gas tank on one side and the exhaust on the other side prevents easy access (gas tank in particular). It was very hard to get a wrench on the nuts unless you used a Gearwrench. After the install they are torqued to 110 ft-lb. The only way to do that was to put a 1 inch adapter on the torque wrench then put that in the open end of the gearwrench in the adapter. Then using a formula on line, convert that to what you have to ft-lb. Anyway It was worth it because I know I have a good product that will stand the test of time.


Excellent product, perfect fit for my vehicle, arrived a couple days before it was supposed to. I did not want an "aftermarket" look, which is why I ordered a kit designed specifically for my vehicle. I did take the time to remove the heat shield to gain better access to the installation bolts. The biggest challenge was installing and tightening the bolts that go through the bed; there is not a lot of room between the trucks frame and the bed of the truck. The most challenging bolts were the ones on the driver side closest to the cab of the truck due to the placement of the gas tank. Trailer wiring was plug-and-play, hardest part was drilling the 2" hole in the side of my truck bed.


This is the second one of these that I ordered from e trailer. The first one I got at the same time as the fifth wheel hitch. I install on my 2015 Silverado 2500HD. I traded that Silverado for a 2018 Silverado 3500 Z71. Kept the hitch had to leave the rails. Great product and not bad to install. Took about 2 hours. If I trade again, I will get third.


Installation was easy and everything lined up perfectly!


Box was delivered with a little damage and the contents of the hardware bag was loose in the box. After going through the parts list and realizing I was missing 1 block, we contacted etrailer and they shipped the replacement part immediately, we got it within 3 or 4 days. Install was a breeze after watching the video and fishing the bolts and blocks in the frame. Only took a couple hours total.


Very disappointed with the quality of parts I received from etrailer. I got parts for my 2015 GMC Sierra 2500 they look like they came out of the scratch and dent section. Like I understand that the item is heavy and it’s hard for it to stay prefect in shipping but for the amount paint missing and how beat up the parts are for [XXXX] dollars shocks me. I bought a new with wheel not a used one. This is a few photos of the many more I have hope this helps with your experience.

2011 Ram 2500

Looks like good stuff went on easy fit my GMC 2500 HD 2011 perfectly the technicians, and the people at etrailer are the best. I watched their videos excellent instructions


Great product! Installation was easy and quick. Did it in my driveway! No issues with it since install.


This is a great product, but the install time estimates are way off. I have been a mechanic in my own shop for 19 years and I didn’t remove the rear wheels or the spare tire (because) it wasn’t necessary on my truck. I have a lift in my shop and it still took me 6 hours to install it! Trying to hold the spacers while trying to get the nuts installed on the 8 outer through the bed bolts was ridiculous! Terrible place to get to, lots of bad words! I’m thinking that buying the custom kit versus the universal was a bad idea, I have installed both and it was no quicker with this kit and it was almost a hundred dollars higher. My install was on a 2013 2500hd.

2016 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

Purchase went smooth,everything was in the box and installation was straightforward


If you do this yourself, definitely remove the wheel well liners and remove 3 of the 4 bolts holding the heat shield with one loosened to move it out of the way. Top front four nuts are the hardest to get started from under the truck. Start to finish 3 hours. Saved myself $500 for install

2011 Chevrolet Silverado

This bracket and rail kit was the perfect fit for my 2011 Silverado. Made the install of my hitch a breeze and allowed me to be on the road with my new trailer in no time.


Received the product yesterday and began my install. Spent a few minutes looking the directions over, which are pretty good to me at least. Took about 40 minutes due to the fish holes on the frame being difficult but over all a good product. I didn't think to get any pictures.

2018 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

Kit was missing some of the bolts, nuts and washers. I had to go to Lowes and find what I needed to complete the installation.

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Jenny N.


The kit should not have been missing hardware. I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.


Good kit
Directions easy to follow
lined up like it was suppose to

2017 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

Bought this rail setup over others because of price and that the profile is smaller than other models out there. Rails only stand 1-1/8" tall. I installed on a 2017 silverado 2500hd with an 8' box. I thought going in this would be an easy installation, but I was wrong, I feel like I had an easier time with the universal rails on my previous pickup. The shape of the brackets that bolt up to the frame make it so you can't get a wrench at the nuts anywhere but the inner side of the frame rails. The rear rail wasn't too bad to torque hardware, but the front rail hardware was a real pain to torque. Be sure to lower the spare tire. The driver side has the gas tank in the way, the passenger side has the heat shield. I found it a little easier when I removed the 1 bolt on the top of the frame holding the heat shield down, it made it so I could reach both hands up there to get the washer and nut on. Would highly recommend having a 3/4" crows foot socket to tighten the nuts that secure the rails down. I was not able to get a socket on them at all (love how the install video shows torquing the easiest nuts). I also had trouble bolting the brackets to the frame with the existing threaded holes (no fault of the manufacturer, the threads were just gunked up). The bolts that secure them are M16 (install video says 14), may want to have a tap that size on standby incase those threads are gunked up. I wish I would have spent the extra money on the Reese outboard rails (didn't because of the extra money and the large profile of the rails).


Excellent product easy to follow instructions assembled easily. Reminder unit is very heavy for one person but it can be done.


Great product.. better than my previous install on a 2006 Silverado w/separate brackets for each bolt for the Rails.
This went in like a dream.. however, with that said... watching the video from etrailer on YT showing how to install this was extremely helpful... the "real life" install is no where near as easy as they show.
The fuel tank and the bottom of the bed allow for about 5" of room to get you hand, arm and the bolts installed on the bottom of the bolts that come down from the rails. Very difficult. The passenger side also has the exhaust and a shield to contend with. Removal of the shield is a must, however the tight area between the frame rail and the underside of the bed... again, only allows for minimal accessability for the bolts.
The only bolts that were able to be torqued were the bolts on the outside of the frame rails, otherwise all other bolts were only able to be torqued to grunt specs.
Took about 3hrs, however it is way easier drilling only the 8 holes through the bed floor than into the frame...
I would suggest re-tapping the threaded studs that are on the frame. I installed this on a 3 yrs old 2017, and I had a tap to do this. W/O the tap I think the bolts would not have gone in so easy AND they most likely would have been damaged from the rust and stuff laying in the holes.

Jerome C.


Just a year now, and this hitch is still performing great. I really like the colored indicator in the front. I thought this would be a joke at first, but hey.. it really works. I find myself looking at the connection dot right before I put the truck in drive. If anything, its another way to double check Im hooked up correctly. Really like this 5th wheel hitch

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  • Can Curt Fifth Wheel Rail Kit Work with Pullrite Superglide Fifth Wheel Hitch
    If the Pullrite Superglide is an ISR style fifth wheel hitch which is designed for the rails that the Curt kit part # C16411-204 provides this will work. But there are two types of rails Pullrite designs their hitches for with one of them being for standard rails like what the Curt provides and the other only fits their rail designs. The easy way to know is if the name of the hitch from Pullrite has "ISR" at the end of the name. Or you can get me the number of the hitch and I can verify.
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  • Best 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch for Towing with a 2015 GMC Sierra 3500 that has an 8 Foot Bed
    With an 8 foot bed you're not likely to have any issues with turning clearance. I recommend using the B&W Companion # BWRVK3500-5W. It's one of the favorites because of how solid it is. It has dual jaws and pivoting head to improve your trailer's ride. It also installs into an underbed kit, # BWGNRK1012-5W, that's also a gooseneck hitch if you ever need it. For a more economical option the Curt # C16245 is the most popular for your 2015 GMC Sierra 3500. It also has a dual jaw but...
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  • What Rails does the Curt Q16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch part # C16120 Fit
    The Curt Q16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch similar to part # C16120 was designed to fit industry standard in bed fifth wheel rails. For instance on your 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 2600 with a 6.5" bed you would use the Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit part # C16411-204 to install the fifth wheel into the bed of your truck. The one issue here is that with the short bed truck you really need to watch your turning. It can be an issue of the cab of the truck and the camper making contact with...
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  • Recommended 5th Wheel Hitch For A 2015 GMC Sierra 2500 With A 6.5' Bed
    I spoke with Demco and they believe you have a model of rails for a hitch that was phased out in the mid 2000's so you won't be able to find the correct fitting hitch unless you buy one secondhand. I recommend replacing the whole setup with the Curt A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ R16 Slider # C16521 and Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit for Chevy/GMC # C16411-204. The custom fit base rails will cut down installation time and prevent you from having to drill into the frame to install....
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  • Will The Curt 5TH Wheel Hitch Rails Fit With Curt Double Lock Gooseneck Hitch on 2018 Chevy 3500?
    The Fifth Wheel Installation Kit # C16411-204 will not fit your 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 as you already have the Rails # C60604 for a gooseneck hitch installed where the rail brackets mount. If you have the Double Lock # C607-604 you can use the Adapter # C16210 for using a 5th wheel hitch.
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  • Does Exhaust Heat Shield Need To Be Removed When Installing 5th Wheel On 2015 GMC Sierra 3500
    As the attached video shows at about the 8:25 mark, when installing the Curt Custom Installation Kit, part # C16411-204, the heat shield is pushed out of the way when installing the front rail. When installing the rear bracket, the heat shield is again pushed out of the way at about the 11:40 mark on the video. The Curt Fifth Wheel Hitch, part # C16245 features a 2-jaw locking system and has a towing capacity of 24,000 lbs.
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  • Recommended Parts to Install a Curt Q20 on a 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD 8 Foot Bed w/o Rails
    To install the Curt Q20 # C16130 into your 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD 8 foot bed without factory bed rails you will only need the custom installation kit # C16411-204. This kits visible rails have the carbide finish to match your Curt Q20 fifth wheel hitch. I have linked the above mentioned products to this page for your viewing and purchasing convenience.
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  • 5th Wheel Hitch and Installation Kit Recommendation for 2013 GMC Sierra 2500HD 6-1/2-Foot Bed
    The best sliding 5th wheel hitch for you will depend on whether or not you ever want to be able to tow a gooseneck hitch and if it is a requirement that you can have a clear bed - without hitch rails - in order to handle cargo hauling. Some options provide one or both of these additional capabilities. If both gooseneck towing and the ability to have a totally clear bed are desirable features for you then the choice is easy, the B&W under-bed rail kit and 20K Companion Slider Hitch, parts...
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  • Recommended Fifth Wheel Installation Kit for 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
    For your 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 with 6-1/2 foot bed, I recommend you use the Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit for Chevy/GMC, # C16411-204 to install the Curt E16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch w/ R16 Roller, # 16516. These custom fit brackets mount to existing holes in your vehicle's frame so as to minimize drilling and provides a better install of the ISR Bed rails. Please note the linked installation video below. If you need the 5th Wheel Custom Wiring Harness w/ 7-Pole Connector,...
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  • Will Reese 14K 5th Wheel Hitch Work With Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit
    Yes, you can use the Reese 14K 5th Wheel Hitch with a Curt Custom Fifth Wheel Installation Kit like part # C16411-204.
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  • Recommended Trucks To Tow Fifth Wheel Trailer
    If you want to tow a 5th wheel trailer, the best trucks are going to be long bed 3/4 or 1 tons like a Ford F-250/F-350, Chevy/GMC 2500/3500, or Ram 2500/3500. I also recommend going with a long bed truck so you have enough clearance when making sharper turns. A diesel engine has more towing power and torque, so that may be an option you go for. If you get an automatic transmission you will want to make sure the vehicle has a transmission cooler. If you choose a Ford I recommend the...
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  • 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch and Installation Kit for a 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500HD Long Bed
    I will be happy to make a 5th wheel hitch recommendation for your 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500HD long bed. First you will need an installation kit. You can use Curt installation kit # C16411-204. This is a custom installation kit so there is minimal drilling required for installation. For a 5th wheel hitch I recommend the Curt Q24, # C16245. This hitch is rated for 24,000 pounds, has a secure double-jaw designed, and the head is cushioned for a smoother ride. To add an in-bed 7-Way trailer...
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  • Curt A20 Slider Hitch and Firestone Ride Rite Kit for 2019 GMC Sierra 2500
    With the Curt A20 slider hitch # C16541 and the install rails # C16411-204 and an air bag kit like the Firestone Ride Rite # F2613 installed in your 2019 GMC Sierra 2500 you wouldn't have any problems at all towing. Just make sure everything is connected properly and just take your time getting used to towing and you'll be fine.
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  • 5th Wheel Hitch Recommendation For 2018 Chevy Silverado 2500 Short Bed & Capacity
    Let's start with the capacity, and according to the Chevy towing guide I looked up online, based on all the factors you mentioned (which all come into play in regards to capacity), your 2018 Silverado 2500 with all those factors has a 13,000 lb standard towing and 13,500 lb 5th wheel towing capacity. I strongly recommend verifying this with your local Chevy dealer. In regards to the 5th wheel hitch for your 2018 Silverado 2500 with a standard bed (which for 5th wheel towing purposes we...
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