Try these from David bowyer.
You can get a detatchable towbar which slides into the jacking tube.
I've launched large ribs no problem with them.
Have also been recovered with them from a sticky situation.
"Paul S. Brown" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Richard Brookman wrote:
> > Jim Roberts wrote:
> >> Hi...........any suggestions how and where i can fit a tow ball hitch
> >> onto the front of a 96 discovery?
> >> Is there a recommended place?
> >> Thanks
> >> Jim R
> > Depends what you want it for. For a recovery point, I wouldn't suggest
> > any less than a bit of 3x3 welded between the front chassis rails, with
> > arrangement to bolt the towball to. For lighter duties, I don't know
> > exact layout of the Disco front end, but a ball bolted to the bumper of
> > the S2 in line with the chassis rail seems to be quite adequate for
> > shifting trailers around etc, if that helps at all.
> The bumper on a disco is made of much lighter metal than the one on a
> - just the noseweight of a decent size trailer will probably distort it.
> Some places do make replacement Disco bumpers with mounting points for
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