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04-07-2008 02:42 PM
johnnyt621 I put on a Uhitch. It works great. I would google up hitches and buy a bolt on. It installs in about 30 mins. Also, don't forget to get the wiring converter if your jeep does not already have it.
03-16-2008 07:24 PM
downtoearth I have the Draw-Tite class III 2" receiver hitch on my 08 Wrangler JK. It fits perfectly and the receiver projects from the rear of the Jeep enough that I don't have to use a receiver extension to clear the spare for my bike rack. The Draw-Tite allows use of their "j-pin" to prevent bike racks, reciever hitches, and the like from rattling.
03-16-2008 05:23 PM
TJsmith
trailer hitch

Who has added a hitch and what type?

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