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Smittybilt offers you the factory style towing solution that you are looking for to start towing with your JK. Gloss black powder coated for a smooth finish. 2 inch standard receiver hitch.
i have a 2016 rubicon unlimited hard rock and i was wondering if i have to remove the bumper to put this on?
Asked by kelsey from on
Kelsey, you do not have to remove your bumper to install the Smittybilt Factory Style 2"_ Receiver Hitch. Thanks for the question!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from on
Will this fit the 2016 Wrangler Unlimited Back Country model that is new this year with the upgraded rear bumper? Thanks
Asked by Jeepers from Ohio on
Jeepers, the Smittybilt Factory Style 2"_ Receiver Hitch will work with your Jeep just fine! I hope this helps!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from Ohio on
Will this hitch bolt directly to 2015 JKU rear? Also is there any drilling that needs to be done?
Asked by Rob from Los Angeles, CA on
Hello Rob, The Smittybilt Factory Style 2"_ Receiver Hitch is a simple bolt on installation in your 2015 JK. It will utilize the 4 factory holes in the rear frame crossmember. Thanks for the inquiry.
Answered by Adam from Los Angeles, CA on
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For 60 years Smittybilt has been fabricating aftermarket parts and today their products include Jeep tops, bumpers, lighting, winches and trail gear. Off-roaders count on the company's innovative parts like the original nerf bar side steps to equip their Jeeps for the trail and day-to-day driving. Pairing affordability without compromising quality is the hallmark of Smittybilt and the manufacturer's reputation carries over to products like its Overlander Series of tents, Adventure Boxes and SEMA award-winning magnetic trail skins for Jeeps. Smittybilt offers over 2,000 interior and exterior parts and accessories for 4x4s with multiple capabilities for jeepers of all levels. Shop Smittybilt Now