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Modded Hitch, Sled Stops, Traction Bar Mounts

I'm picking up the traction bars tonight, will edit this post and include them.

I had my friend take the cross tube out, flip upside down, reweld the hitch. This allows me to have a straight pulling hitch. No raise and keeps it close to the rear of the truck. My friend had some square tubing laying around the shop so I helped him fab that up. He did the traction bar mounts verrrry nice. The traction bars going back on the truck (sold my old ones) are one peice tube that is threaded to accept my end joints. Should "clean up" the look of the truck and work great.

I also have spring clamps, and suspension blocks/stops for pulling that I did not post pictures of.

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