The company was founded in 1952 by TJ Reese, and Reese trailer hitches were snapped up by the burgeoning RV industry, which recognized their superior engineering and construction. By the late ‘60’s the towing industry asked Reese to develop the weight-class rating system in use today. This class breakdown makes it far easier to specify and procure Reese 5th wheel hitches, ball mounts, balls and couplings with sufficient weight-bearing capacity for the task at hand. The company makes premium Reese hitch parts leading the industry in the gooseneck and 5th wheel field. Get a quality Reese fifth wheel hitch right now.
You never know when you might need a little extra room for your trailer. Hook up the Reese Hitch Box Extension and give yourself up to one-and-a-half extra feet of space to work with.
Reese hitches come with mounting hardware and specific step-by-step instructions on how to install the device on a variety of cars. Choose a hitch that offers the appropriate weight rating for the loads you wish to carry. Tow hitches come in one of five categories, ranging in supported weights from 3,500 to 10,000 pounds. Specially designed gooseneck and fifth-wheel hitches can support up to 16,000 pounds as well.