Your truck has the same dimensions as mine. All 5vers are different. You will have to check them out and measure the king pin off the ground with the 5ver level. I used the hitch pin weight to my advantage knowing that the truck would sink a couple inches. My problem was I had 9" clearance between the bed rails and the over hang. I had to raise the pin box to the maximum and lower the hitch to get it down to 6.5" overhang. I now tow level. The other pluses is to give more clearance both to the back tow hitch and the bedroom air conditioner.
Take you time in choosing and measure.
And a quick note, my pin box now is below the bed rails. Some of the new pin boxes are far forward. That means that the back of the pin box could hit the inside of the truck bed with a tight turn. I was able to rotate the Andersen Pin box adapter to move the King box forward so I have clearance inside the bed for a tight turn.
You've got to think of everything.
'14 RAM Longhorn,DRW,4x4,CC, LB, 4.10, Aisin, 70gal underbed fuel tank.
Lifestyle 36FW, 8000lb axles, disk brakes, 19,100lbs
Andersen AL Ultimate hitch