When you purchase a 5th wheel trailer hitch, you expect it to be capable of towing your RV, flatbed or whatever other 5th wheel trailer you own. While a 5th wheel hitch does offer an impressive amount of towing strength, it cannot get far without the proper installation equipment. Engineered for specific makes and models, CURT custom 5th wheel brackets provide the ideal solution for complementing the power of your 5th wheel trailer hitch.
A custom 5th wheel bracket features a shape that contours to the frame of your truck and uses pre-drilled holes in the frame wherever possible to make installation quick and easy. In fact, custom brackets are so much easier to install that they can cut installation time in half. Depending on your model of pickup truck, they also reduce or eliminate the need for drilling. These particular custom 5th wheel brackets offer a custom fit for certain Ford F250 or F350 Super Duty trucks. To find which bracket kit is specially designed to fit on your pickup, see the CURT 5th wheel bracket application guide or visit curtmfg.com.
Finished in a durable liquid Bonderite® coating, CURT custom 5th wheel brackets are made to last. They include all necessary mounting hardware and are designed to be used in conjunction with CURT industry-standard 5th wheel base rails #16104 or #16204 (base rails sold separately).
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Easy to install
I have installed both the universal brackets and these custom ones and love the custom one. With this kit I only needed to enlarge one hole in the frame on both sides the drill the 8 holes thru the bed which is super easy to drill thru being just sheet metal. The only thing that gave me trouble was the bed supports, these rails sit snuggle around one of them and it was forward about 1/8" to much to get the front bolt to line up but a couple good smacks with a hammer on the support and it fit perfect. Probably could have drilled the hole a bit bigger but would rather not give it any chance room to move around plus this was easier. One other thing was the instructions where a little vague I thought but install was pretty straight forward the only thing that wasn't was the brake cable brackets. Pretty much there is 4 extra holes on the brackets after you bolt it to the frame two large and two small. The old bolts from the cable brackets go thru the bigger ones and the cable brackets have a tab that sticks thru the smaller holes to keep them in the proper orientation. Just make sure you put the bolts in the hitch bracket before you mount it to the frame or you'll be taking it back off to put them in.