Ok guys, hopefully someone can help me out here. Last weekend we did a run up to the Arrowhead area and I had a little problem come up with my tailgate. The ONE time I let my friend drive, well, we were spotting him over a little rockpile, and instead of coming off the last rock slowly like I said, well, he sort of launched right off of it and the trailer hitch and large rock made some awfully hard contact! It is the hardest my truck has ever hit. Anyway, upon hitting the rock, the right side of the tailgate came unlatched. When we started checking it out, we noticed that the tailgate was now positioned farther left than before, so much so that the locking latch mechanism will not lock onto the fixed tab on the bedside. My question is, do you think it is just a matter of the tailgate being loosened at the hinges and try to reposition it, or did the right rear quarter panel section move somehow? If someone could measure the distance between the left inner body panel and the right panel, both at top and bottom of tailgate, I would appreciate it. The reason for this is that the new "gap" between the tailgate and the body is larger at the top of the tailgate than the bottom by a little bit. If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, would love to hear them, I plan on working on it this weekend when I get some time. Thanks in advance for any help.