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Old 01-25-2012, 01:33 PM   #1
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Recovery points on stock 4x4 xtra cab?

Yes, I searched.

I have a stock 98 4x4 TRD xtra cab.

Where are the best places to hook up to for recovery?

There's that beefy hook behind the front bumper on the passenger side. Should I have the same thing on my driver's side? And is that okay to hook up to? I had to pull a stuck car out of a ditch a month ago, and I used that because I couldn't find anything that looked solid in the rear of the truck.

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Is there anywhere in the rear I can hook up to?
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Old 01-25-2012, 01:36 PM   #2
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The hook is fine. And yes, it's only on one side for me as well. As for the rear, I would us the hitch if u have it.
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The hook is fine. And yes, it's only on one side for me as well. As for the rear, I would us the hitch if u have it.
Don't have a hitch.

Something on the "want to get but have far more priorities in life" list though.
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