post #1 of Old 03-01-2013, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
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10 jeep liberty kk hitch comparison

Just got myself a 2010 jeep kk limited but without a hitch. I have a couple of questions. First off, why does my jeep have a tow/haul button by the consle if it does not have a hitch on it? Also, which hitch should i get? I haul atvs, boats and other things constantly so i am going to want a good hitch. Any help is appriciated!!

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post #2 of Old 03-01-2013, 04:47 PM
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Just got myself a 2010 jeep kk limited but without a hitch. I have a couple of questions. First off, why does my jeep have a tow/haul button by the consle if it does not have a hitch on it? Also, which hitch should i get? I haul atvs, boats and other things constantly so i am going to want a good hitch. Any help is appriciated!!
That tow/haul button locks out overdrive, they all have it.
Most all hitches available for the kk are class 3 rated, so they are all about equal in strength. I would go with the Mopar hitch though because its tucked in the best and looks the nicest in my opinion.
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That tow/haul button locks out overdrive, they all have it.
Most all hitches available for the kk are class 3 rated, so they are all about equal in strength. I would go with the Mopar hitch though because its tucked in the best and looks the nicest in my opinion.
Okay, as i look at pictures of other jeeps, they all seem to have a different back bumper with the oem hitches.. Like a slot made specifically for the hitch. My bumper would not need to be replaces to put a mopar hitch on would it? Thanks for the help
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No there is a perforation where you cut it out to allow space for the hitch.
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No there is a perforation where you cut it out to allow space for the hitch.
would this wiring harness and an oem hitch work? thanks
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2011-2012-DO...6a7787&vxp=mtr
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Yep that appears to be the oem kk liberty harness that gives you the full 7 pin and brake control wiring.
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