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tow hitch question

when you raise the rear bumper from a body lift can you just mount the hitch upside down and mount it to the frame to make it look flush again ?i would go mesure my self but its been raining for a while thanks guys
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No, the only way to make it look correct is to shorten the drop (ie. cut it and weld it together)
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ahh thats what i thought thanks
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