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Old 08-22-2014, 07:15 PM
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I realize there are probably hundred of pix like this on this forum but snapped these today after mine got installed. Companion slider hitch goes in tomorrow. That thing is a beast!

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Everything looks as it should.

One of the first things I did when I got my truck was to paint all that hardware. You might do that before it gets dirty.
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Companion slider hitch goes in tomorrow. That thing is a beast
Yes, yes it is. It is NOT a one person job to install.
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Looks great except that notch in the bed would bug the Crap out of me..
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Looks great except that notch in the bed would bug the Crap out of me..
I thought it would too on mine but it doesn't.

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Its the cheap way to do it, I have the same hitch but no notch. I suppose they didn't want to raise the bed...
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Its the cheap way to do it, I have the same hitch but no notch. I suppose they didn't want to raise the bed...
I specifically asked them not to raise the bed. I don't care about a notch in the bed flange. Just a truck.
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Its the cheap way to do it, I have the same hitch but no notch. I suppose they didn't want to raise the bed...
Some trucks it fits without notching, there need to be notched. I tried without notching but finally said screw it and cut it out.

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you guys and your fancy notches ....

i'da just beat it with a hammer
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I specifically asked them not to raise the bed. I don't care about a notch in the bed flange. Just a truck.
I get that, My hitch was in when I bought the truck so I didn't have to tell them to do anything, I am very **** about that kind of stuff though. When I did my 6.0 cooler mod I didn't just use splices on the lines like everyone else does I got the factory ford lines and transitioned them instead.. I do like Meborders suggestion of just beating it with a hammer..
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