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Installing SD recovery points on an OBS??????

I have some OE tow hooks from some Super Duties and I want to install them on all three of our OBS trucks (ours range from 95 to 97). Can someone post photographs of how they are mounted on the Super Duty frame horns? It would be very helpful to post as many angles as possible. Also, have any one you done this mod? If so how?
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I have some OE tow hooks from some Super Duties and I want to install them on all three of our OBS trucks (ours range from 95 to 97). Can someone post photographs of how they are mounted on the Super Duty frame horns? It would be very helpful to post as many angles as possible. Also, have any one you done this mod? If so how?
My truck is an 04 I'd take pics tomorrow if it will help. Not sure your looking for that year as an example.

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If I am not mistaken they all mount up the same or similar. I jest need an idea on the type of fab work I will have ahead of me.
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He is a busy man I am sure.
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Sorry guys let that one slip by. I can snap some photos tomorrow after I get my honey doo list done. Next time kick me.

Early 2004 F-250 4x4 CC 6.0


2nd owner, ARP studs 1 at a time, Some parts missing in the exhaust path, BD intercooler hoses, Blue spring, MC filters, Sinister coolant filter, Exhaust manifold gaskets, WARN lockouts, Gold coolant, zoodad mod, autometer boost gauge, high idle mod, Scangauge 2, SCT X3 tuned from KEM, autometer fuel pressure gauge, Archoil 6200 in the fuel, FICM by Ed w/ATLAS40, autometer pyro gauge,'08 Alum Rear Diff cover, 5w-40 Rotella T6 w/ Archoil 9100 in it, zert in the slip joint, harpooned fuel tank, 6.4 banjos


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Sorry guys let that one slip by. I can snap some photos tomorrow after I get my honey doo list done.kick Next time kick me.
Wes, be very careful what you ask for.---Bob
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Well I spent all weekend painting the interior rooms of our house and still have a ways to go. New carpet comes 7/2 so the clock is running. Someone is always kicking me work, home why not TDG too

Here are photos from my 2004. Please keep in mind I have leaf springs up front and I removed the cross member and fabricated the frame of my unimount Western plow to mount in its place.

Hope this helps sorry for the delay.

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2nd owner, ARP studs 1 at a time, Some parts missing in the exhaust path, BD intercooler hoses, Blue spring, MC filters, Sinister coolant filter, Exhaust manifold gaskets, WARN lockouts, Gold coolant, zoodad mod, autometer boost gauge, high idle mod, Scangauge 2, SCT X3 tuned from KEM, autometer fuel pressure gauge, Archoil 6200 in the fuel, FICM by Ed w/ATLAS40, autometer pyro gauge,'08 Alum Rear Diff cover, 5w-40 Rotella T6 w/ Archoil 9100 in it, zert in the slip joint, harpooned fuel tank, 6.4 banjos


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Early 2004 F-250 4x4 CC 6.0


2nd owner, ARP studs 1 at a time, Some parts missing in the exhaust path, BD intercooler hoses, Blue spring, MC filters, Sinister coolant filter, Exhaust manifold gaskets, WARN lockouts, Gold coolant, zoodad mod, autometer boost gauge, high idle mod, Scangauge 2, SCT X3 tuned from KEM, autometer fuel pressure gauge, Archoil 6200 in the fuel, FICM by Ed w/ATLAS40, autometer pyro gauge,'08 Alum Rear Diff cover, 5w-40 Rotella T6 w/ Archoil 9100 in it, zert in the slip joint, harpooned fuel tank, 6.4 banjos


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I have some OE tow hooks from some Super Duties and I want to install them on all three of our OBS trucks (ours range from 95 to 97). Can someone post photographs of how they are mounted on the Super Duty frame horns? It would be very helpful to post as many angles as possible. Also, have any one you done this mod? If so how?
I had a '93 and the frame up front is definitely different. I fab'd a plow to that truck too and seems like the front frame horn was boxed but wasn't nearly as large of an inside clearance like this new frame. Good luck nothing a torch and MIG or Stick welding can't solve.

Early 2004 F-250 4x4 CC 6.0


2nd owner, ARP studs 1 at a time, Some parts missing in the exhaust path, BD intercooler hoses, Blue spring, MC filters, Sinister coolant filter, Exhaust manifold gaskets, WARN lockouts, Gold coolant, zoodad mod, autometer boost gauge, high idle mod, Scangauge 2, SCT X3 tuned from KEM, autometer fuel pressure gauge, Archoil 6200 in the fuel, FICM by Ed w/ATLAS40, autometer pyro gauge,'08 Alum Rear Diff cover, 5w-40 Rotella T6 w/ Archoil 9100 in it, zert in the slip joint, harpooned fuel tank, 6.4 banjos


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