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  Posted by: carldelo on Feb-02-13 11:07 AM (EST)
 

but don't mess up a Swiss army knife (or any other tool) to make holes in webbing - use a 16 penny nail held in pliers or a vise grip.

And if using a tow hook, the little plastic piece in the bumper will eventually break and fall off if you leave it dangling as shown in the photo above. They generally can be removed by judicious fiddling and can be replaced in the same way.

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