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Old 04-17-2013, 12:14 AM   #1
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Anyone got any cleaver idea for a way I can fab up some tow hooks on the front of my 91 f150? I'm pretty handy with a welder and torch and have access to both. Any and all ideas will be apriciated.
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Grab some hooks, cut a couple holes, drill a few holes in the frame rails, and bam you have some tow hooks. Maybe could find some plastic inserts and cut the holes to that size to 'finish' it out a little cleaner.
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