Can I tow a fifth wheel with a Ram 2500?
The turbo-diesel variant for the Ram 2500 has an impressive maximum towing capacity of 19,680-lb. It has this capacity while equipped with the 5th-Wheel/Gooseneck Prep Package. The same configuration provides a payload capacity of 3,160-lb. via
What size Hitch does a 2021 Ram 2500 have?
The 2500 has a 2.5" receiver. via
What size Hitch does a 2018 Ram 2500 have?
The 2.5” receiver tube is the most common Class 5 receiver size and can be found on most ¾-ton pickups manufactured after 2008 (ex: F-250, Chevy & Ram 2500) and most full-ton pickups manufactured after 2008 (ex: F-350, Chevy & Ram 3500+). via
How much weight can a 2021 Ram 2500 Cummins tow?
2021 RAM 2500 Towing Capacity
The 6.7-liter Cummins® Diesel engine can tow up to 20,000 pounds while the 6.4-liter HEMI® engine can tow up to 17,450 pounds. via
What's the difference in 5th wheel hitches?
A fifth wheel hitch uses jaws and a kingpin to connect to your trailer. The gooseneck has a ball and coupler. Another difference is that a fifth wheel while offering more stability and improved recreational towing, is more invasive to install and takes up more space in the bed of your truck than a gooseneck. via
What size receiver is on a 2500?
The unit itself is the proper size - it fits inside the 2.5" receiver of my 2016 RAM 2500 with just a little wiggle room between the OD of the adapter and the ID of the original/stock receiver, and the pin holes all line up perfectly when the adapter is fully inserted. via