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Old 01-18-2012, 06:00 AM   #1
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Front Hitch Mount?

Bear with me, this may sound a little odd without an explanation.

Does anyone have a source for a 2 inch box receiver for the FRONT of a 2009 Damon Outlaw (Frieghtliner Chasis)?

I do NOT expect to tow with it. It's use is to mount a wheel chair type lift to the front of the MH so that I can leave the rear hitch free for the TOAD (and yes, I tried the 2 tube method but there is not enough lift space to mount both).

The tongue weight rating on the 2 inch box is high enough to handle the lilft and chair (174 pounds at tongue) on the back of my Tahoe, yet I don't use the Tahoe as a TOAD.

So, anyone have any sources other than having one build from scratch? I haven't found anything from the major manufactor's that seem to match what I'm looking for...

Thanks for any help!

Dan (Mack) (Former Outlaw owner, looking for a new ride!), w/2012 F150 FX4 and a 2012 Street Glide.
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Old 01-18-2012, 06:04 AM   #2
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Interested in the comments as I've been wondering if I could mount a hitch to the front of a 2010 Discovery 40G that would support the wife's Vespa.
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