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Old 04-24-2010, 10:54 PM
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Need reccomendations on a Receiver hitch

I would like to buy a receiver hitch for my 2001 4WD Ranger this week for some hauling this next weekend. Been using my bumper for light stuff in the past, but need to upgrade. That bumper is just way too damn high and the trailer tilts too much. Scraped the rear on some slopes already.

I'm in Lincoln...Does anyone have any recommendations for where to buy one locally? Brands? Both pos & neg feedback would be appreciated.

And I'm thinking I may need a 4" drop. Anyone confirm that is a better height than the 2" for this truck.

Thanks in advance.
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