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Not altogether a bad idea.

Lord knows you can get every other conceivable attachment for a standard 2" receiver. Might as well add a useful one.
 

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:histerica I wonder how that jeep did on that trail.
What about the front they gotta invent something for that do and put cupholders on it to:rockon
 

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that's stupid
 

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There's a reason he started the auction at $1. I doubt its even worth that
 

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ToddACimer said:
There's a reason he started the auction at $1. I doubt its even worth that
Bull.

Some guy will buy it to throw it on his 4x4 so it looks like he actually wheels it. He can tell his buddies and the ladies what it is for.
 

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some of the guys in a local ranger club use those... but they have two bigger wheels.... looks so goofy.... they swear it gets em places they can't otherwise go though.... i woldn't have one... just build a better more tucked outta they way rear bumper or bob the thing if you ask me
 

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Personally, I'm not afraid to drag my bumper a little when required, so I don't think it is essential. It might save some chrome or paint, but it shouldn't make my truck any more or less capable.
 

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SuperBlue said:
Is it YELLOW for any particular reason?

advertising my friend... advertising

but i dont think its a bad idea, maybe put it on a car so you dont drag ass on driveways... but i would make it look better
 

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Our 93 29' class C had 6" castors mounted to the frame under the bumper, it worked really well. Appartently the PO smashed the back end so bad it pushed the bumper mounts up into the fiberglass. That never happened again.
 

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the hitch will protect the bumper. The hile is always below the bumber.
 
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