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Old 12-31-2012, 05:04 PM
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Re: Removing hitch

I will post pics on the build thread when we do it . It will not be till spring . Right now ,I have on the 17" stock wheels .
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Re: Removing hitch

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I have not, I haven't even looked at it yet., lol. I was just posting to see what issues may arise.

Which bolts would need cut?

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Looks like you already checked out Omelet's thread, but that's what I would have recommended. I'm sure if you had any other questions, he would be willing to help answering them. I think you just need to trim the bolts and you might have to trim a bit off the back of the hitch. Some people have just trimmed it with the hitch still installed, but it would be safer and probably easier if you took it off to cut. It just might take a little more time. Good luck!
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