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Old 12-07-2014, 10:06 AM   #1
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We have a
2014 Northwood Arctic Fox Silver Fox 32-5M,
looking at a Curt Hitch, they say it applies to 20K and 24K 5th wheels.

Any input
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We have a
2014 Northwood Arctic Fox Silver Fox 32-5M,
looking at a Curt Hitch, they say it applies to 20K and 24K 5th wheels.

Any input
Thanks


What applies to 20 and 24k fifth wheels????
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Old 12-07-2014, 10:31 AM   #3
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Talking Curt hitch

I have a 20K Curt hitch and just added a slider. Pulling a 2015 38 RSB3 Mobil Suites. It works just fine with my rig.
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I have a 20K Curt hitch and just added a slider. Pulling a 2015 38 RSB3 Mobil Suites. It works just fine with my rig.
Am I reading this correctly, you are towing a 38' MS with a F250?????

Ever weighed your rear TV tires if so?

I tow a 36' MS with a 2011 RAM Dually and combined weight is 29K with 5K pin weight.
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I would highly recommend comparing to a B&W. tweets.com is a great place to buy.
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I have a Q20 Curt foe 3 years now and it is a fine hitch. Don't think you can go wrong with the 20K or the 24K. The 20K should be fine for the Arctic Fox.
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I am new to the 5th wheel world, but the few times I have used my 20K Curt I have found it very easy to use.
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We have been using a Curt Q20 for four years now, with about 30,000 miles towing a 40ft Jayco Pinnacle. Pin weight is about 3800 lbs. Very pleased with the hitch. It is quiet, very easy to connect and disconnect. Would definitely buy again.
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Thanks everyone ---- now have a Curt hitch

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