So uhh-- use a drill?
Chrome hooks are VERY inadvisable. Hydroen embrittlemtn due to poor QC of
the process comes to mind. When they snap under load, hope they don't kill
<I have multiple hooks front and rear on my Jeep and my Blazer- all of them
unchromed, and all well tested with no yielding at all...>
I posted this last night, guess it didn't go through for some reason.
LMC Truck has them;
Chrome Tow Hook
Chrome Tow Hook has a 10,000 lb. capacity.
Description/Application: CHROME TOW HOOK 10,000 LB CAPACITY
Basic small (looking) hook, comes to a 'sharp' point (rather than a round
point like OEM) and has a flattened mounting point with 2 holes in it.
Never bought from them, but I haven't heard anything bad about them.
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