Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch - 16K

Part Number: 30051
Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch - 16K
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Product Overview
16K Fifth Wheel w/Kwik-Slide™ (Requires Rails & Installation Kit #30035)
Featuring side-to-side pivot action to better accommodate hook-ups on uneven ground. Quick-easy installation, strong performance and easy removal in just seconds to allow full access to the truck bed.
  • 16,000 lbs. Capacity; 4,000 lbs. pin weight capacity
  • Two-jaw locking system
  • Fore-and-aft and side-to-side 44-5 degree pivot
  • Locking jaw handle
  • Vertically adjusts from 14-3/4" to 17"
  • Wide stance one-piece legs for improved stability
  • Requires rails & installation kit (sold separately)
  • Limited lifetime warranty
Technical Specifications
Brand:Reese
Part Number:30051
Warranty:Limited Lifetime Warranty
UPC:016118031294
Dimensions:15" L x 29.3" W x 14.3" H
(Shipping Dimensions)
Weight:158 lbs.
Finish:Black Powder Coat
Capacity: 16,000 lbs.
Pin Weight Capacity: 4,000 lbs.
Replacement Parts
PN 58161: Replacement Part - Fifth Wheel
Part Number 58161
Replacement Part, Fifth Wheel Slider Handle Kit (Includes Latch Shaft, Handle Grip, Handle Assembly, (2) Cotter Pins 5/32 x 1 & Roll Pin 3/16 x 2)
PN 58484: Replacement Part - Fifth Wheel
Part Number 58484
Replacement Part, Pivot Pin & Klik Pin for 16K Fifth Wheels
PN 58521: Replacement Part - Fifth Wheel
Part Number 58521
Replacement Part, 16K Head Assembly Hardware (Contains: (1) Cotter Pin, (2) Rubber Bumpers, (4) Locknuts 1/2"-13 , (4) Hex Bolt 1/2"-13 x 4-1/2" GR5, (2) Nuts 8-32, (4) Spring Clips, (2) Machine Screws 8-32 x 1" & (4) Pull Pins)
PN 30047A: Replacement Part - Fifth Wheel
Part Number 30047A
Replacement Part,16K Fifth Wheel Head w/Support
PN 58146: Replacement Part - Fifth Wheel
Part Number 58146
Replacement Part, 16K Fifth Wheel Head for #58147
PN 58147: Replacement Part - Fifth Wheel
Part Number 58147
Replacement Part, 16K Cross Member for #58146
PN 30727: Replacement Part - Fifth Wheel
Part Number 30727
Replacement Part, 15K, 16K & 20K Fifth Wheel Legs (Qty. 2 )
PN 58521: Replacement Part - Fifth Wheel
Part Number 58521
Replacement Part, 16K Head Assembly Hardware (Contains: (1) Cotter Pin, (2) Rubber Bumpers, (4) Locknuts 1/2"-13 , (4) Hex Bolt 1/2"-13 x 4-1/2" GR5, (2) Nuts 8-32, (4) Spring Clips, (2) Machine Screws 8-32 x 1" & (4) Pull Pins)
Product Accessories
Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Cover
Part Number 30055
Fifth Wheel Cover
Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Chain Bracket
Part Number 50223
Fifth Wheel Chain Bracket Kit, 18,000 lbs.
Gooseneck Trailer Hitch
Part Number 58079
The Goose® Gooseneck Hitch (Requires Rails & Installation Kit #30035)
Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Lock
Part Number 63254
Fifth Wheel Base Rails Lock, Barrel Style w/Bent Pin, 1/2"
Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitch Lube Plate
Part Number 83002
Fifth Wheel 10" Round Lube Plate, 3/16" Thick
Frequently Asked Questions

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How large of a trailer can I tow?
Each vehicle has a published Gross Combined Weight Rating GCWR. This is the maximum allowable tow rating in terms of the combined vehicle and trailer weight. When the Gross Vehicle Weight GVW is subtracted, the maximum Gross Trailer Weight is revealed. For example, if a vehicle has a GVW of 9,200 lbs and a GCWR of 22,000 lbs the GTW would be 12,800 lbs. 22,000 - 9,200 = 12,800.
What does the term Base Curb Weight mean?
Base Curb Weight is the nominal weight of a vehicle with standard equipment and a full tank of fuel. It does not include passengers, cargo or optional equipment.
What is Commercial Towing?
It is any vehicle/trailer combination exceeding 26,000 lbs. Gross Combined Weight GCW.
What is a Commercial Vehicle?
Any vehicle that exceeds 10,000 lbs. GVW.
What does Gross Vehicle Weight or GVW mean?
Gross Vehicle Weight, (GVW), is the actual weight of the vehicle when fully loaded. It is the base curb weight plus the cargo weight.
What does Gross Vehicle Weight Rating or GVWR mean?
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, (GVWR), is the maximum allowable weight of the fully loaded vehicle.
What does Gross Combined Weight or GCW mean?
Gross Combined Weight, (GCW), is the actual weight of the vehicle and trailer combined. This weight should always be obtained by weighing the vehicle and trailer together on a scale.
What does Gross Combined Weight Rating or GCWR mean?
Gross Combined Weight Rating, (GCWR), is the maximum weight of the towing vehicle and the loaded trailer - including cargo and passengers.
What does Gross Trailer Weight or GTW mean?
Gross Trailer Weight, (GTW), is the weight of a trailer fully loaded.
What does Payload mean?
Payload is the combined maximum allowable weight of cargo, occupants and optional equipment that the vehicle is designed to carry. (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating minus the base curb weight.)
What does Gross Axle Weight or GAW mean?
Gross Axle Weight, (GAW), is the total weight supported by each axle (front or rear). To compute this weight for your vehicle and trailer combined, take the loaded vehicle and trailer to a scale. With the trailer attached, place the front wheels of the vehicle on the scale to obtain the front GAW. To obtain the rear GAW, weigh the towing vehicle with the trailer attached, but with just the four wheels of the vehicle on the scale. The rear GAW is determined by subtracting the front GAW from that amount.
What does Gross Axle Weight Rating or GAWR mean?
Gross Axle Weight Rating, (GAWR), is the total weight each axle is capable of carrying. The total load on each axle must not exceed its GAWR.