Nice to see that you can atleast get some tow hooks installed in a working fashion on the Summit. Mine is on the way, so I may be doing this. Kinda important to have some recovery points on a Jeep!
I agree! I didn't want a $150 part make my decision for me on an Overland over a Summit. Once I was able to verify the mounts for the hooks were still there, I knew what I was going to do. Not the prettiest but it is functional. Plus, nobody but us fellow Jeepers will ever know/notice.
What exact parts are needed for the tow hook mods on the Summit? Is it as simple as just buying the tow hooks themselves?
Yes, there is no difference on the frame behind the fascia on the MY14 Summit--the mounting points are there. But you do need to carefully cut out the fascia on the Summit to allow the tow hooks to be installed.
__________________ 2012 Grand Cherokee Overland Summit - Winter Chill with New Saddle interior. 5.7L HEMI V8