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Old 03-08-2011   #11  
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Good lookin truck! Did you weld your front reciever in or is it a bolt in? Im lookin to do the same. Thought about getting a rear one, cutting it to size and welding it in between the frame.
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Good lookin truck! Did you weld your front reciever in or is it a bolt in? Im lookin to do the same. Thought about getting a rear one, cutting it to size and welding it in between the frame.
Just bolt-on, theres factory holes it uses. $50 on Craigslist, I think its a Curt if I remember correctly.
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