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A little father and son Father's Day project

little father and son fathers day project

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#1 Mad Russian

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Posted June 20 2016 - 07:26 AM

My Trailblazer came without tow hooks (thank you Chevrolet for saving a few bucks in your pocket). Since I am planning on getting beach fishing permit for next year the possibility of getting stuck and having to hook up the frame wasn't very appealing.
Factory tow hooks would have required removing the grill, headlights and bumper and that didn't sound like fun either. I found a front tow hitch in Craigslist and decided that was a better option.
My kid and I spent a couple of hours under the truck and now I have a place to hook up a tow rope.
The hitch is rated 9,000 lbs straight pull against the frame and not just a little hook on the bumper.



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