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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose View Post
    Aluminum works breast
    What are you thinking about?
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    Has anyone setup anything to keep the tailgate open so you don't need to find the correct angle to keep the door open?

    I was wondering about install a YJ bracket since it has that feature.
    Morgan - Moejeep
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    2006 - LJ - 35" tires - Metal Cloak - ARB Lockers

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    Quote Originally Posted by moejeep View Post
    Has anyone setup anything to keep the tailgate open so you don't need to find the correct angle to keep the door open?

    I was wondering about install a YJ bracket since it has that feature.
    I have a breaker bar under the carpet. I use it as a brace.

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    Moose is hungry and horny

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    Quote Originally Posted by PCO6 View Post
    I built this for my TJ or LJ. It has 2 brackets that slip over the top of the tailgate and hang off it. It isn't permanently mounted, I only take it with me when I need it.






    Thats about the cleaverest design I have seen yet, no driller required.

 

 

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