If you’re looking for a trailer that’s heavy duty you’re going to want to get a Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch. Used mostly for heavy loads such as livestock, Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitches are always up for the task. If you look at one real close you’ll notice that they’re more or less like the ones used for large semis. Just by seeing that you’ll know what they’ll be capable of doing.
These trailer hitches are put right in the back of your pickup truck to make sure your trailer stays on nice and tight.
Way easier to maneuver. Because it is directly mounted in the back of the truck you’ll see that turning becomes much more stable.
Better Stability: When using a heavy load, it makes the trip a lot more stable and less shaky!
Towing Capacity: Even with a smaller truck, you’ll find that it can pull a lot more weight than it normally could; you’ll be surprised by the difference.
Safer: Because of the stability, it will be much safer to drive in general and will hopefully avoid terrible accidents.
This is of the utmost importance; make sure that your vehicle itself is capable of pulling the weight. Any manual for a truck should say how much weight it is capable of pulling. Don’t try to do more than what is suggested, these things are tested for a reason and nothing good comes out from those who did not listen to the suggestive weight.
Fifth Wheel units can range anywhere from 8,000 to 15,000 pounds capability. The master bed in the fifth wheel unit will be in the forward part of the bed most of the time. If you’re going to tow a heavy load you’re going to need a heavy-duty truck to do it as the hookup is located right over the rear axel. The fifth wheel is nice because of its ease of use when hooking it up. And if you’re always on the go or are an RV type person, this is a necessity to have.
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