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rv-pro.com April 2014 • RV PRo • 43 18K Fifth Wheels Fit on Rail-Style Brackets Camco Manufacturing, Greensboro, N.C., presents its Eaz-Lift 18K stationary and 18K slider fifth wheel hitch on a standard-base, rail-style bracket system. Camco says the hitches' universal design allows them to be mounted to any existing base rails or to Eaz-Lift's heavy-duty rails. Camco says the hitches feature a 32-degree, front-to-back pivot; 11-degree side-to-side pivot with urethane cushions; automatic locking jaws; a secondary handle lock to ensure jacks have been locked close; and a durable, powder-coat finish. Camco says its slider fifth wheel hitches utilize a system that is ideal for a short-bed pickup. www.camco.net Removable & Adjustable Mud Flaps Rock Tamers LLC, Monument, Colo., introduces its Rock Tamer System #110 for 2.5" hitches. e Rock Tamers System is fully adjust- able and removable. e hub and arms are made of 1"-thick forged aluminum with matte black UV-protective coating, stainless sleeved steel rods and stainless steel and chrome-plated steel hardware. e flaps are made of 3/8"-thick fiber-reinforced rubber. e center hub requires a minimum of 1" clearance between the face of the receiver and the back of the ball mount. e Rock Tamer is adjustable to fit most vehicles. www.rocktamers.com Class III Receiver Hitch for Fords Westin Automotive Products, San Dimas, Calif., presents its Class III Receiver Hitch for 2009-14 Ford F150 (65-1025) with a towing capacity of up to 10,000 pounds. e hitch is made of 2.5" diam- eter tube and features a 2" receiver. It is made of structural steel that is e-coated and finished with a textured black powder coat. Westin receiver hitches feature through-bracket construction with welds on both sides of the brackets and the main body tube features steel capped ends with a rubber plug for a finished look. www.westinautomotive.com RVPApr.indd 43 3/19/14 2:02 PM

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