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Head out with the heavy-duty hauling power of Curt’s Q-Series 5th Wheel Hitch. The unique design of its spherical axis produces a smooth and quiet ride that is unsurpassed by other 5th wheels. With a towing capacity of up to 24,000lbs, the Q-Series is packed with the power you need to get to any destination with your trailer or RV.
The folks at Curt didn’t stop there. The three point indicator system on the Q-Series 5th Wheel Hitch is visible from inside your truck. And, the self-guiding head ensures that coupling is secure and easy. The Q-Series 5th Wheel mounts on industry standard rails for installation that won’t slow you down.
If you’re towing with a short bed rig make sure to order the Q-Series 5th Wheel slider hitch for effortless maneuvering in camp grounds, gas stations and other tight spots. When you’re ready to flex your mighty hauling muscles turn to the Q-Series 5th Wheel Hitch. You know that you can depend on this bad boy because Curt backs it with their industry-first 10-year warranty.
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Asked by James R.
Apr 29, 2012 6:17 PM
2012 Toyota Tundra
can my toyota pickup with a 5 foot 7 inch bed get a fifth wheel hitch in it .
Answered by michael s. — Aug 01, 2012 10:46 PM 2010 Toyota Tundra
Yes .. I have one on my 2010 Crew Max,, but get the roller it is the one that you will need. But as always be careful when jacking the trailer in.. The is also the 15K version that is less money. You can also get the curt gooseneck adapter. Professional installation is highly recommended. New practice is to place hitch 2 1/2" behind rear axle old way was in right over axle but new tow rating is from the bumper not the bed.flag Accept Answer