I have a 1994 Club Cab 4x4 with factory towing package which did not
include hitch or wiring connector back then. The Draw Tite hitch went
on without a hitch and does not interfer with anything except when off
roading it tends to hang up a bit on steep slopes. The truck tows like
a champ and had no problem with 6000 load to the Mopar Nationals in
Indy. However I do have the Mopar High performance Ignition box.
>Sent: Wednesday, August 21, 1996 1:31 PM
>Subject: Re: towing story
>< Date: Tue, 20 Aug 1996 11:35:40 +0000
>< From: Robert Allen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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>< Okay, my turn:
>< 1996 short bed, regular cab, stock suspension, V8, auto, 3.5 axle,
>< regular differential.
>< Hitch: New DrawTite Class III frame mounted hitch.
>I have the same set-up but in a club cab (4X4, which I assume yours
>is). I don't have a hitch now, but would possibly add one in the
>future. It sounds like yours is not the factory option. My question
>is whether you have the auxiliary trans cooler? I should have ordered
>it with the truck but figured I could always add one. Now it looks
>like it would be a bigger job than I thought (must remove grille,
>A/C condenser, etc.).
>Also, were there any problems installing the hitch, such as spare tire
>'96 V-8 4X4 club cab auto
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