Curt Custom 5th Wheel Hitch Brackets

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  • Get trusted towing security with the Curt Custom 5th Wheel Hitch Brackets
  • Ideal for Curt base rails #16104 or #16204 (must purchase separately)
  • Comes with mounting hardware for easy installation
  • Features anti-rust and corrosion Bonderite coat
  • Manufactured in the U.S.
  • Supported by a Limited Lifetime Warranty

Without a fortified towing system you can trust, there's no telling how much control your fifth-wheel hitch really has when hauling your payload. Set yourself up for towing success by mounting your hitch to the Curt Custom 5th Wheel Hitch Brackets.

These American-made Hitch Brackets are heavy-duty and made to keep up with the rest of your capable towing rig. They're finished in a liquid Bonderite coat, offering excellent protection against rust and corrosion when out in the elements. These brackets are made to follow the shape of your truck and use the existing factory holes for easy installation. Depending on your specific vehicle, you may not even need to pull out the drill for these! All the necessary mounting hardware comes in your order. (Base rails must be purchased separately.)

Harness your towing potential with the trusted Curt Custom 5th Wheel Hitch Brackets. Manufactured in the U.S. and supported by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Curt Custom 5th Wheel Hitch Brackets Customer Reviews

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4.3 of 5

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More than 2 hours
who drives a Toyota Tundra
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Quality bracket that fits, however it is a bear to install on a Toyota Tundra 2006. The rail bolts are located in virtually inaccessible locations under the bed, This is unavoidable I realize, however, it remains a difficult process. A long box end wrench is required after you skin your forearms trying to get the nuts on the bolts. Torque values are given, good luck getting any normal torque wrench on the nuts. I would weld the nuts to the bottom of brackets if I had it to do over again, and use grade 8 hex head bolts in place of carriage bolts. Very careful measuring would be required to make sure the rail holes lined up with the welded on nuts. The manufacturer could install moveable nuts on the brackets, like on older model car door hinge brackets ( a threaded, adjustable plate). I’m not mad, just telling it like it is.

Install Time: More than 2 hours