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- Mar 31, 2020
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- Papillion, NE
- 2013 Ford F350 Platinum, 2010 Toyota Prius, 2021 Tesla Cybertruck (reserved)
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My 5th wheel is only about 14 inches above my bed. Someone with better math than me needs to tell me how high those sails are when the truck is in it's middle position. I think it'd be okay pulling straight but I've had to have my trailer at a better than 90 degree position during a turn before.The real issue with a 5th-wheel or gooseneck is the high walls on the bed of the CyberTruck. The hitch in either case needs to be over the real wheels which brings the height of the bed walls into issue. For example, I own a 5th-wheel camper and there is no way it would work on the CyberTruck as it would rub when making turns and probably wouldn’t even hitch at all due to the bed side height. It’s only a foot it so higher than the bed side on my F250. It may be possible for existing 5th-wheel trailers to have a custom neck installed on them to work with CyberTruck: one that pushes the trailer further back in order to account for the bed side height.
In the Cybertruck's favor is the fact that its bed is lower than mine.