If you ever think you might tow a gooseneck of any sort, go for the B&W Turnover Ball and 5th Wheel Companion. Leaves a clean bed when not needed. If you don't want to go whole hog, B&W makes the Patriot, which is basically the Companion, but set up to mount on a universal rail kit. Great products and great company to deal with.
2002 GMC Sierra 2500 HD Duramax Crew Cab 4x4
Banks Bullet Tuner and Monster Exhaust
B&W Turnover Ball with 5th Wheel Companion
2004 Komfort 25FSG Fifth Wheel
1936 John Deere Model A
International Flying Farmers 55 Year Member
Story was the curt was made in China. Not going to be on our truck if I was looking.
2001 35 ft avalon alpenlite RK
2005 3500 2wd duramax CC dually
trailair center point suspension
JT Strong Arm Stabilizers
KSH 55 inbed fuel tank
Induction Overhaul Kit
TST tire monitors
You might want to check out the B&W Patriot. Great 16K hitch and Tweetys has the for $399.00 and free shipping.
'08 Cedar Creek 32TK, 35'9", 13,990#
'01 F-250,Lariat, 7.3L, SC, Auto, LB, JW Towmaster Tranny, 6.0L Tranny cooler, DP custom tunes, 4" Turbo back exhaust, Auto Meter Gauges, Firestone Air Bags. '07 Headlights and Grille, Prodigy P-3.
As one who buys a product based on it's quality and "not based on the GPS location" of where it might have been made, I found the Curt 24 Q perfect for my application. Had many recommendations by trusted sources and friends. Works great, easy to operate, IMHO hard to high hitch. Several RV friends told me I could not go wrong with Curt! Moves in all directions for easier hookup. Very happy good price point!
Look at B & W Patriot, I love mine. I started with a Reese 15K slider, too much clunking noise for me. I would go with Curt before Reese but if you go B&W you won't be disappointed. The Patriot sat right down on the universal rails I already had in the truck. Found that I really didn't need the slider, I never used it. I can make very close to a 90 degree with no problem. Depend on the trailer you have and what kind of front cap.