Jason has the answere once again, you can run a hitch for a roll pan or leave it alone and raise the bumper 3in to where it sits normaly and get some small retangular fog light and mount to the bumper between the hitch and the bumper. Presto chango you now have backuplights you cant hit and break because the hitch keeps anything from hitting the lights from underneath and the light makes the gap between the bumper and the hitch sort of disappear because it fills the void and makes it not so noticeable. WaaLaa
got my body lift lift on monday was wondering the same thing!! kinda looks a bit different with everything hanging down and those tiny little stock tires hmmmm already spent alot but now ya all got me thinking....some back up lights..may be the cheapest route to help fill the void!i bet the hide a hitch looks better too but $$$$oh well getting suspension and tires on today cant wait to see it!
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