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Unread 06-11-2011, 11:39 PM   #1
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patriot tow hooks

Hey,
Been looking for some oem patriot tow hooks just can't pay over 300 from mopar... if anyone has any for sale w/ or w/o hardware please let me know very interested and motivated.

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Unread 06-12-2011, 07:43 PM   #2
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pollard chrysler sells them for 158.?? + shipping
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Unread 06-12-2011, 08:07 PM   #3
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$158 for a pair front and right?

the website i found was 150ish for each one... and the just for jeeps was 320 for the pair.
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Unread 06-12-2011, 08:36 PM   #4
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Part# 82212577 this is for a KIT - 2 pcs
http://www.partswebsite.com/pollardm...start=1&home=1
copy and paste part number into pn search on the right...
had parts on my door step in less than a week.

don't believe it will matter... but what year are you looking for?
I have an 11, but if memory serves me correctly, they part number did not change from year to year.

the part number above is what I ordered, but this does not include the lower fascia on the 2011.
on previous years, I have seen the bumper cut, and I assume the 11 could have been cut too, but I wanted it to look stock and not butchered up.

let me know what if any info you need or want...

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Aftermarket tow hooks are like $20 for a pair. By em and rock it?
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ah i knew you looked familiar from jeep patriot dot com lol I have an 09 sport so i would just have to cut two dollar sized holes in bumper... thanks for the info 158 plus shipping beats 320 anyday!!!!! I'm going to have to wait til payday first though lol... did you have to dril anything I live in the dorms on base and im pretty limited to tools i have and can barrow lol
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Aftermarket tow hooks are like $20 for a pair. By em and rock it?
the patriot can't just bolt on the 20$ pair from autozone the bumper and frame is not like my 91 wrangler or i would of done it long time ago the price you pay for driving a newer, weaker rig... I needed mpg more then ability though.
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Aftermarket tow hooks are like $20 for a pair. By em and rock it?
yep, patriot set up is no where the same at a Wrangler..
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Unread 06-13-2011, 06:47 AM   #9
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ah i knew you looked familiar from jeep patriot dot com lol I have an 09 sport so i would just have to cut two dollar sized holes in bumper... thanks for the info 158 plus shipping beats 320 anyday!!!!! I'm going to have to wait til payday first though lol... did you have to dril anything I live in the dorms on base and im pretty limited to tools i have and can barrow lol
Drilled nothing on my 2011.. the holes were all there in the frame.

over on the Patriot forum someone did a lay out of the holes.
having that would make life much easier.
pretty sure you'll only need basic tools for this one.. don't recall needing anything special.

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Drilled nothing on my 2011.. the holes were all there in the frame.

over on the Patriot forum someone did a lay out of the holes.
having that would make life much easier.
pretty sure you'll only need basic tools for this one.. don't recall needing anything special.

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not sure about the 11 patriot (just because i haven't really looked at the ones on the lot that closely yet) but on the 11 compass, the facia can't be cut. the lower facia is completely different if the car has tow hooks or not, which you get with either the FD-II group or the All-Weather Capability group.
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Unread 06-13-2011, 02:57 PM   #11
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on the Pat. you could cut the openings, but I don't think they would look very good. that was the main reason I bought a replacement lower fascia with the stock holes already in it. Nice clean OEM openings...
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Unread 06-13-2011, 08:26 PM   #12
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The 09 model i have doesn't have the black fascia on bottom just the 1 piece bumper cover like the guy who showed us how he cut holes on his green patriot. I might try and find some sort trim or just put a small border or rhino liner-ish stuff once its all cleaned off.
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I'm not sure where to buy it but they make 'U' shaped channel out of plastic and kind of a woven looking material, in different colors and clear, that would work well to cover the edges. Upholstery shop maybe?
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I'm not sure where to buy it but they make 'U' shaped channel out of plastic and kind of a woven looking material, in different colors and clear, that would work well to cover the edges. Upholstery shop maybe?
years back, I found some at jcwhitney
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Unread 06-14-2011, 06:47 PM   #15
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Hmm... thanks for the info I'll have to look, none the other guys put any trim and if it's too pricey... I'll just live with the holes lol. thanks for the info Bob I was amazed to see a kit so economically priced they sell the individual left and right for over 140 a piece on the same website....
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