There is a concealed single recovery hook (minus the hook) mounting location on the front of the WK2 SRT8. Look at the lower grill and to the left of the Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) lens and you’ll see a false door in the grill. Pop it open and take a look, the rear of the door says “Tow Hook” IIRC.
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MTGOAT: I'm kinda disgusted that Chrysler couldn't provide us with a hook. What does it actually cost per rig. A couple bucks?!?! That's what I mean by REALLY. There is a spot for it, but when we wind up in the ditch backwards, tow trucks can't pull us out? REALLY? I love my SRT8 but come on.
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