The CURT A16 is designed to provide a surprisingly quiet ride while maintain superior towing power. It has a gross trailer weight capacity of 16,000 lbs. and can handle a vertical load up to 4,000 lbs. It comes with a three-position coupling indicator visible from your pickup truck cab, an extra wide head for easier coupling and high-strength interlocking die-cast jaws for a secure hold on your 5th wheel trailer.
This 16K 5th wheel hitch excels in quiet 5th wheel towing. It uses a fully articulating torsion head, a cast yoke with poly-torsion inserts and interlocking jaws to create stability for your trailer and tow vehicle. These components also allow the A16 to suppress shock and vibrations and reduce any additional noise coming from your trailer. Like the other CURT A-Series hitches, the A16 is coated with a durable carbide powder coat finish. It meets proposed SAE J2638 standards and includes a limited lifetime warranty to make this the best hitch ever to be mounted in the back of your pickup. This A16 5th wheel hitch comes with a set of industry-standard 5th wheel legs that are ready to mount into your truck bed with a pair 5th wheel rails and brackets.
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Curt Q16 hitch
Purchased a new 5th wheel and had this hitch installed per RV shop recommendation. Have logged 6k+ miles over the last year, and very impressed with this hitch. Very sturdy, reliable and easy to use. Highly recommend for anyone considering a 5th wheel. Great product.....
Q 16 Fifth Wheel Install
Bought the Q16 hitch to replace my slam bar RBW Lil Rocker on my 95 Chevy. Assembled the hitch and tried to install using my standard rails. Oh! oh! my rails only had 4 slots and I needed a 6 slot rail since the legs are much wider than my Lil Rocker. Ordered Curt rails with the 6 slots and installed. Noted about a 1/4 inch slop between the hitch leg and rail. Called tech and advised needed neopreme shims between leg and rail. Supposedly came with hitch , but I didn't see any and the box is gone. Instruction don't mention them. Order the shims, but thinking about making metal ones. Don't like the hitch rocking in this area. Lil Rocker was tight and solid on the rails, no slop. New hitch looks great, but needs adjustment.