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Old 01-09-2010
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Trailor hitch?>

Looking for a trailer hitch. I have a 99 4wd. In ohio. Got rid of it when i did my body lift a 2 years ago and regretting it big time.
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i have one off of a 2009, little different bolt set up but it should still work, o and im in ct so i would sell it too you for 50 plus shipping
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Looking for a trailer hitch. I have a 99 4wd. In ohio. Got rid of it when i did my body lift a 2 years ago and regretting it big time.
Just buy a new one that you KNOW will work from Custom Trailer Hitch Products, Custom Receiver Hitch, Heavy Duty Towing, Curt Manufacturing Not saying that the one off the 2009 won't work, but if it has a different bolt setup you never know... plus shipping on a hitch would be a PITA for a private owner...
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He's going to probably have to end up welding it anyway due to the BL..
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i still want to get a tow hitch for mine, but now since i got my dual exhaust out the back, i dont know what i can do now :/. any ideas?



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a hitch might fit with the dual exhaust but the exhaust will be resting on the hitch, you could cut the tips and have them exit at a 45 degree angle
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Changing up your exhaust is the cheapest way. Moving your spare to the bed is probably the second cheapest. And the third cheapest/most expensive would be that you could have a custom bumper done and the hitch welded onto it.
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