L200Shogun wrote:One is a tow hook the other a tie down point
Merts wrote:L200Shogun wrote:One is a tow hook the other a tie down point
I think you are thinking about the MN points.
The MQ has identical points on both sides, and they consist of two thicknesses of about 5mm plate with a hole through them welded to the chassis rails. I haven't done any comps on them, but I'm extremely confident you will break a snatch strap before the tow points fail.
docta.phipps wrote:I think they were referring to the different "points" of view. I.e. some people say they are for towing, some say for tie down.
Maybe I'm confused too :/
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I've thought they're quite solid too. I haven't got the owners manual near me at the moment but I'd assume they would be mentioned in there. I know there was information about the appropriate usage in the MK manual.Merts wrote:Both points on the MQ are quite solid, certainly much more than tie down points.
mooky wrote:Thanks guys. I have an arb bar so no recovery points there.
The extra design and development work of the bar allowed for an ARB recovery point and under vehicle protection (UVP) to be developed at the same time, ensuring all three components work as a protection package.
Aza08 wrote: only other option is to make your own.
tigger384 wrote:But the truck is rated to tow 3.1 tonnes and upto 950kgs in the vechical and I am being told that for a mere extra bit of weight in the nose I should uprate the suspenion to cope! Now I will eat some humble pie if I am wrong but this just sounds like BS to me?
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