[quote name='stef123' post='57435' date='Jan 1 2010, 10:09 PM']before i get annoying, my only other advice it to have someone help you remove the bumper and or put masking tape on the rear quarters where its coming away from. when i removed mine i unhooked it from the body but ended up scratching the paint. i got the rear quarters resprayed anyway but its best if you can avoid it in the first place.
i think my first drawing is a little inaccurate, i think the nearside rail is actually right about the rear silencer as you need to remove the rear rubber mount to get at it.
does your towbar kit have bits of metal about 15" long with 2 bolts welded to each?
i think the drawings ive made and attached to this post are more like it, i cant remember 100% what it looks like. the second drawing is what it looks like with the rear bumper off, the 2 red boxes are the holes where the towbar frame goes in. this should help people out in the future if they aren't sure how it all goes
please excuse my lame drawing skills[/quote]
Sorry to side track from the topic but I noticed on your drawing you have n/s o/s the wrong way around [assuming right hand drive veh] which is a common mistake
also can cause confusion with left hand drive vehicles. May be better to refer to Left & Right as seated in the drivers seat.
Otherwise the drawings look pretty good