Reese Pin Box Designs

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016 — No Comments Yet

 What are the differences between the Reese Pin Boxes?

Pin Boxes reduce the jarring and street of towing while protecting your truck and fifth wheel trailer. 
Reese designed three different Pin Box types: 

ELITE AIRBORNE / SIDEWINDER
DELIVERS THE SMOOTHEST RIDE

  • Provides all the benefits of both the 5th Airborne air-ride pin box and the Sidewinder pin box
  • Enhances maneuverability and comfort
  • Takes the worry and discomfort out of travelling with a fifth wheel trailer
  • Durable, lasting design combines attractive look with optimal function
  • Limited lifetime warranty
Reese 5th Airborne Sidewinder

5TH AIRBORNE
SUPER SHOCK-ABSORPTION

  • Delivers smooth ride that overcomes both vertical shock and longitudinal chucking
  • Relieves stress on your tow vehicle, trailer and trailer contents
  • Includes adjustable air spring to optimize performance for each rig combination
  • Durable design outperforms competing products by substantial margins in grueling tests
  • Streamlines, high tech design for attractive appearance
  • Limited lifetime warranty
Reese 5th Airborne

SIDEWINDER
FOR TIGHTER TURNS UP TO 90-PLUS DEGREES*

  • Premium pin box designed specifically for short bed pickups
  • Eliminates turning and clearance issues
  • Moves the pivot point rearward while keeping the load centered over axles
  • Offers faster steering wheel response for easier backing
  • Allows hookup at any angle
  • Preserves space in the truck bed for cargo
  • Strong by design with a slim look
  • Tested for real world conditions
  • Limited lifetime warranty

    *Not all tow vehicle and trailer combinations will allow 90-degree turn

     
Reese Sidewinder

Now that you know the features between each Reese Pin Box, you are probably wondering and should read the article which pin box should I choose? If you already know which Pin Box would work best for you, see our Pin Box category, also known as 5th Wheel Couplers

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