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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Are these your Threedogs? My missus wont say where she bought them from but I saw pics of yours and they look the same...
    Yes they are mine probably from TJM Coburg
    You can now buy the plate with captive nuts on it
    left hand side on all GQs and series 1 GU is a bit fiddly
    they are very strong when boltrd as @mudski did.
    You can also bolt one of thost 10,000lb hooks to it.
    Use the black ones the chrome tend to break
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    Hey guys, so that's the left side. What about the drivers side? Is it as simple as un screwing the 3 bolts, taking the factory hook/plate off, and putting a rated recovery plate on? There should already be some welded in captive nuts right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shazz View Post
    Hey guys, so that's the left side. What about the drivers side? Is it as simple as un screwing the 3 bolts, taking the factory hook/plate off, and putting a rated recovery plate on? There should already be some welded in captive nuts right?
    Hi Shazz and welcome, yes drivers side is easy just undo the old hook thingy and bolt on a plate
    the LHS will require dropping the bullbar,drivers side has captive nut passenger side just the holes.
    Also pop over to the intros when you get a chance ,polite and all, no harm done though

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