Fifth Wheel Fender Well Hitch

Asked by Sep 06, 2016 at 09:51 PM about the Ram 2500

Question type: Car Customization

Anyone know how difficult it is to remove a
fender well fifth wheel hitch?

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It all depends on how it was mounted in there, if it was done properly, you should be able to just remove the bolts from the top, the nuts and washers should have been welded in place allowing you too take out the hitch assembly and then put it back in when needed. If the nuts and washers were not welded in place then your in for a hassle getting them off, not to mention putting it back in.

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