Re: Adding OEM tow receiver to JGC Summit
Wiring should be there...'don't know if there is any cutting or not. They may use the same bumper cover with the 4x2 as the 4x4 and if so, I think you'll be in good shape.
That said...I agree with the advise about going with the 4x4. You don't lose any fuel economy that can be measured and gain better handling characteristics even on wet roads. You get the heavy duty stuff that comes with the included factory tow, too. If you put the OEM hitch receiver on after the fact, you get the hitch receiver, but you do not get the towing capacity...it's much lower than with factory tow when you go aftermarket.
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