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Ask anyone who hauls things for a living, and they're sure to tell you about the Reese 5th wheel hitch. Reese is well known in the hauling industry. Reese makes a heavy duty hitch and ball system that can really handle a load. We also sell all sorts of lights and accessories for your trailer.A 5th wheel hitch is a system of elements that makes your truck able to haul a relatively large trailer. The original 5th wheel hitch was utilized by horse-drawn carriages and four-wheeled wagons. A Reese 5th wheel hitch is not the same type of wheel that a truck uses for rolling down the road.
The term '5th wheel' refers to a horizontal, wheel-shaped assembly that provides a lubricated, rotating surface upon which the trailer is attached to the hitch by a kingpin and locking mechanism. A Reese fifth wheel hitch facilitates turning in ways that a fixed trailer hitch cannot. Ask any trucker, and they will tell you a lot more about a Reese 5th wheel hitch. A trucker's livelihood depends on his ability to safely deliver a load. Professional truckers and home-based haulers alike laud the quality and effectiveness of a well made Reese 5th wheel hitch.Before you purchase and install a Reese 5th wheel hitch, it's crucial that you fully understand the actual towing capacity of your truck.
This information will be found in your truck owner's manual. If it's not, contact the manufacturer of your truck and tell them you want to install a Reese 5th wheel hitch and trailer. Once you know how much you can tow, give us a call and tell us what you need. Our catalog contains literally thousands of Reese 5th wheel hitches, hitching parts and accessories. We'd be happy to help you make your selection from our fine line of Reese 5th wheel hitches. Call 1.855.791.0130. The contents of your load depend on a reliable hitch.
After you install your 5th wheel hitch, you will need to hook up the trailer to your truck, let us help you out!
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