I just installed a Reese custom kit with 58080 Reese rails this weekend. I took my time and it took about 3.5 hours. Pretty easy, measure 4000000000000X and drill once, LOL. Harbor Freight has some decent step drill bits for putting the holes through the bed nice and clean. I did need an extra pair of hands when putting the nuts on some of the bolts, but could have accomplished the same thing with a brick (they just needed to hold down the bolts from the top). Universal kit was $175.00 with the rails, custom bracket kit brought the price up to $200.78, and used the existing holes in the truck frame. I bought my stuff from E-Trailer.
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