CURT Debuts Fifth Wheel Legs for New GM Trucks

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One of the new features of 2016 Chevy and GMC pickups is the puck system.

Though previous models have been offered with a towing prep package, the 2016 package will include the fifth wheel and gooseneck mounting system built into the truck bed, similar to the Ford and Ram vehicles.

To correspond with the new design, CURT has introduced a new set of fifth wheel legs made specifically to fit GM trucks.

Like the Ford and Ram fifth wheel legs currently offered by CURT, the GM OEM-compatible legs streamline the setup process.

Once bolted onto the fifth wheel hitch head, they easily drop into the truck bed mounting platform. They use a quarter-turn anchoring system for fast installation and removal, and the anchors can be adjusted to eliminate chucking between the legs and under-bed rails.

For maximum versatility within the CURT fifth wheel line, the OEM-compatible legs for GM feature a gross trailer weight capacity of 25,000 pounds, allowing them to be compatible with any CURT fifth wheel hitch.

The legs can be purchased as a standalone or as a package with each CURT fifth wheel hitch model, including the Q25, Q24, Q20, A20, A16 and E16 (capacity limited to lowest-rated towing component).

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