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Old 06-22-2010, 08:56 AM
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Question Tiregate ?

Hey guys I am looking at the getting the prerunner style tiregate for my 04 but I have the fiberglass fenders. Can anyone post pics on how it mounts because online it said they don't recommend it with fiberglass fenders. does it mount to them? Thanks for your help.
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maybe due to the strain on the bed. i had Tbilt Fabrication build one for me and if you are running big tires, it will drop when you unhook the pins. the one i had build uses mostly the stock hold for the old tail gate. you have to just drill 4 holes in the rear bed tube to add strenght. call tyler up and ask him what he thinks. he maybe able to fab a brace going from your fender to the bed. he does great work though and will stand behind his work. his number is 858-248-0532
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