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    Good to know! What size tire are you running? I’m currently running 37s but am considering moving up to 40s. Do you think that will be a problem?


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    Moochie

    What front bumper set up do you have to flat tow with or do you use a mount?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72blubyu View Post
    Moochie

    What front bumper set up do you have to flat tow with or do you use a mount?
    I use these Roadmaster brackets, which had to be modified slightly to work below my LOD bumper. My tow bar is a Falcon 2. A local to me welding shop that does a lot of tow bar installations did the modifications.

    https://www.roadmasterinc.com/pdfinst/1430-3.pdf

    I can get you some photos tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moochie View Post
    I use these Roadmaster brackets, which had to be modified slightly to work below my LOD bumper. My tow bar is a Falcon 2. A local to me welding shop that does a lot of tow bar installations did the modifications.

    https://www.roadmasterinc.com/pdfinst/1430-3.pdf

    I can get you some photos tomorrow.
    Thank you for the info
    LOD seams to do a nice set up for flat towing

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