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Is it Possible to Tow a Fifth Wheel Trailer with a Truck That has a 6 inch Lift Kit


Hi i have a 35foot fifthwheel camper toyhauler and i need to tow it with my 2010 gmc 2500 hd that has a 6inch lift kit and 35 tires on it.The truck has reese rails in the bed and i have the 16000 lb fifthwheel hitch in the bed. I also have the ball plate that slides in the rail.The truck is to tail to hook up to the camper. i need to know the best way to adapt the camper to fit the truck.I was thinking the cab-c5g But you would know best. Thank you


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With as much of a lift as you have and how tall your tires are it would surprise me if you could tow a fifth wheel trailer. Your best option for towing your trailer would be to return your truck back to stock height. The various issues you potentially will have trying to tow a trailer with a vehicle as tall as yours would be pretty hard to deal with.

The only option to tow your trailer level would be to lift the trailer, lifting a trailer 6 plus inches is not exactly safe as the trailer will become top heavy and would be more susceptible to sway. We would not recommend this.

The adapter part # CAB-C5G that you referenced is designed for trailers with gooseneck hitches towing a fifth wheel trailer and would not work for you.

Even if you could get a hitch with a low enough profile to work on your truck the bed rails of the truck would interfere.

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