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Poised on your industry standard 5th wheel rails, the versatile Spyder Gooseneck Hitch patiently waits to seize your gooseneck trailer or RV whenever it comes along. It may not look that big, but with the CURT Spyder Gooseneck Hitch you get 25,000lbs of burly gooseneck towing strength. And, because it sits on universal 5th wheel rails, you have the versatility to switch between your 5th wheel hitch and your gooseneck hitch.
The CURT Spyder Gooseneck features easy 4-locking pin installation and removal that makes accessing your full bed no problem. Safety chain hook-ups and the 2 5/16” included ball make hauling safe and secure. The powder-coated finish resists rust and corrosion for great towing style. Even better, the Spyder Gooseneck Hitch will be around for more than one season, CURT backs it with a 7-year warranty to keep your trusty rig grabbing that gooseneck trailer for mile after mile.
Reviewed by Michael P (Middleburg, FL) Reviewed for a 1995 Ford F-250 — Jul 07, 2012 6:55 AM
Having never really used these before, I was slightly hesitant to pull my horses with this hitch. After a trail run with a fully loaded trailer I have come to the conclusion it has been one of the better buys!
Reviewed by WILLIAM G (GLENALLEN, MO) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-250 — May 10, 2012 7:05 PM
i already had the rails for a valley fifth wheel hitch installed. but bought a goose neck cattle trailer. done a lot of research ,and read the reviews .the curt spyder goose neck hitch answered all questions ,and installed as fast as i slide the pins and snaps in. my rails had 6 slots in them the fit is awsome. great product well wort the price. thank you tuffnut
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Asked by Anonymous
Jan 11, 2013 9:17 AM
Can this be attached to the bed mounting bolts on a Tacoma with SMC (plastic) bed? What are the rails one needs? I definitely want no welding to frame and even hate to see holes cut in the bed. This is for a 19' Scamp (2000 lb empty weight) 5th wheel.
Answered by Nathan S. — Jan 11, 2013 9:53 AM
Hi Paul, You can mount the 5th wheel rails to the bed, but make sure to spread out the load with body washers and never exceed the load rating of your truck.flag Accept Answer
Asked by william g.
May 06, 2012 1:45 PM
2007 GMC Sierra
how is it connected to bed
Answered by michael s. — Aug 01, 2012 10:32 PM 2010 Toyota Tundra
I have this set up in my toyota.. it attaches to the bed rails that are attached to the frame by the rail brackets. You can search fifth wheel hitch and see how it is connected. the fifth wheel hitch also interchanges with this..flag Accept Answer