Originally Posted by biggtime
looking for some info on the curt fifth wheel hitches...I've heard of Reese and others but after surfing the inter-web, I like the way curt hitches are constructed and the price. I've been out of rving since 2012, but got the bug again. I had a class A but wanted to try fifth wheel camping. My tow vehicle is a 2016 f350 crew cab DRW. I know, people say to purchase the Fifth wheel first, but I haven't decided what I want yet, so I went with something I won't have an issue with weight.
I'm looking at the curt 24 model.
I'm a retired guy and come from the commercial haulers side so I frequent more haulers type forums than RV forums.
The Curt Q25 or Pullrite for one ton DRW pickups and a SAF-Holland/Binkley hitch for 3500/4500/5500 flat bed trucks is by far the most popular with haulers for their 5th wheel flatbed trailers and goose pin trailers.
The B&W seems popular on some rv websites but is considered to lite for this kind of work.
I would say you won't go wrong with a Curt/Pulrite or a B&W for pulling a RV trailer.
Hope all this childish wizzing which happens on every Curt thread by the same culprits doesn't scare you off.
Most folks are here to help you..... some want to talk down the product. good luck on your choice