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5th Wheel Hitch with Custom Installation Kit

Big trucks require big hitches! We offer high quality B&W, Reese, Draw-Tite, Husky, Demco and Curt fifth wheel hitches that are the perfect fit for your heavy duty towing needs. From standard 5th wheel hitches to slider systems for short bed trucks, we have an application for you. From our Pro Series fifth wheel to Reese's top-of-the-line Signature Series, you can find the perfect fifth wheel for your payload while staying within your budget.

We offer custom rail kits for many of the most popular vehicles including Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge, GMC, and Toyota. Choose a Signature Series hitch and rails to retain full use of your truck bed while not towing. Find the custom installation kit for your vehicle by entering the year, make, and model to the left.

Add a fifth wheel lube plate, pull pin lock plates, and in-bed wiring to round out your fifth wheel towing setup.




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Reese Elite Series 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Installation - 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty

Speaker 1: Today on this 2017 Ford F-250, we'll be having a look at and showing you how to install the Reese Elite Series Preassembled Fifth-Wheel Hitch with Slider, part number RP30144.Here's what our fifth-wheel and slider looks like installed. Now, the reason you're going to want this particular fifth-wheel and slider compared to other options on the market is that if your Ford truck, such as this one, has the factory rail system, this drops right in with no modification to the vehicle required at all. Also, you're going to need a slider if your truck does not have 8' bed. This particular truck has a 6-3/4' bed.As we make sure quick turns or do tight corners or pull into gas stations, we run the risk of having the overhang of our fifth-wheel contacting the cab of our truck. By having a slider in place, we move the overhang further back giving us the necessary clearance to make those maneuvers safely without damaging our truck or trailer.Compared to other options on the market, this one seems easier to me to be able to install and remove from the truck, if need be if we want full access to our bed, because it is lighter weight. Now, even though this is a lighter weight unit than some other options on the market, it doesn't sacrifice quality or durability while saving weight.



Curt A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Slider Installation - 2015 Ford F-250

Today on our 2015 Ford F250 we're going to be taking a look at the Curt A16 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Slider for Ford Towing Prep Package, part number C16520-16020. Here's what our 5th wheel hitch looks like fully installed. It's going to allow us to tow a 5th wheel trailer, and even though we have a short bed truck, that's where the slider's going to come in and it gives it that little bit of extra clearance. We come to the driver's side of our hitch here, the vertical bar here, it's going to be a latch for our slide. Now, this red indicator is letting us know that it's unlocked. When it's in the unlocked position, it's going to allow our hitch to slide back so when we make a turn, we don't have to worry about our 5th wheel trailer making contact with our cab. Then when we're ready to straighten back out, the hitch will slide back into the towed position, and we can lock the handle. Now here on our slider on the other side, it's going to show a green indicator letting us know that we're ready to tow.



B and W Companion OEM 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch Installation - 2015 Ford F-250

Today on our 2015 Ford F250, we're gonna be taking a look at the B&W Companion OEM 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch with Slider for Ford Towing Prep Package, part number BWRVK3370. Now, our fifth-wheel hitch is gonna allow us to tow a fifth-wheel trailer, and since it has a slider base on it, it's gonna give us that extra clearance when we're making tight turns so our trailer doesn't come in contact with our cab. Our handle's down here. It's gonna have it labeled. It's in the locked position. If we go to the unlocked position, we're gonna be able to slide our hitch a full 12 inches to give us that extra clearance.





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