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tailgate parts

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by gunner_vincent, Jan 16, 2005.

  1. gunner_vincent

    gunner_vincent Registered Member

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    Hey guys I am replacing my tailgate on the blazer, and the latches that hold the tailgate up (not the ones that are connected to the rods thru tailgate handle). are busted as well... it does the same job as a striker bolt on the front doors. any ideas what is called? :confused: If you have these I need it too!
     
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    ryoken Puppy Fabricator Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    iirc, hinge cups... probably available thru LMC....
     
  3. JeremyK5

    JeremyK5 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    They're called tailgate stikers, LMC part #'s 38-6660 and 38-6661 for the left and right side. They're 22.95ea, so you might try to find a used pair first. If you want to you can buy them online at www.lmctruck.com
     
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    Sweet

    thanks man! I am going to the junk yard today in Griffin GA, i could not find it to save my life! thanks again!
     
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    Found em'

    Thanks alot JerenyK5 I got them at a junk yard... like new! For only 5$!!!!!! Alright mister smart guy hahaha where can i get the black and silver trim mold? I would really appreciate the help

    Mike
     

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