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Front Frame Cross member need.

I have a 2wd and want to put the factory tow hooks on that I got for free but I don't have the factory cross member on my truck that they bolt too. So I'm wondering if anyone know's the part # of it or where I can locate one. The picture I posted shows the frame part.

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Couldnt you make one? thats my next project
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Yeah I could but Im a big fan of having everything stock looking, but if all else fails I will have too.
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