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A simple install, even though you do have to take the bumper off. Took 30 minutes max. Instructions are pretty clear, and when it's all mounted up, it's not an eyesore, and you won't bang your shins on it.

 
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Very noice!!! Clean look, congrats, im sure youre happy!!! :355:
 

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nice! i was wondering how the hidden hitch would be with the stock bumper.
 

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looks good moto but i wouldnt exactly call it a hidden hitch I can see it ;-)
 
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Looks good. Is that the one you can use with a roll pan?
I have the one from street scene on my truck, i have a flip on plate on my rollpan and you can acces the hitch behind the plate and it works great
 

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I have the one from street scene on my truck, i have a flip on plate on my rollpan and you can acces the hitch behind the plate and it works great
Nice, I have been thinking about going that route but wasn't sure of the accessibilty to the hitch.

What did everything cost you unpainted?
 

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^^^^^ x2

Now all you need is a 7-pin harness and a brake box. :D
 
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^^^^^ x2

Now all you need is a 7-pin harness and a brake box. :D
Speakin of that, I may have some questions about the hard wiring setup Bob. Your truck is a Christmas tree, I'm sure you know a thing or two about wiring.
 

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Nice, I have been thinking about going that route but wasn't sure of the accessibilty to the hitch.

What did everything cost you unpainted?
I think it was 150 or so for the pan and 100-150 for the hitch and 20-30 for the flip up plate
 
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