It's REALLY difficult to do.
Open the gate, Release the stop cables.
Now lift the gate to about a 45 degree angle and pull out/up on the
passenger end of the gate to release it. Then pull the other end loose.
TaDa the gate is off.
If it takes you longer to read what I wrote than to remove the gate,
Sell the truck...
Now unbolt the pivots and install the new ones. Then reverse the process
to put the gate back on.
backed into a tree whilst ridin inna park then wrote:
Smart ass! Thanks for the laugh.
I think I can manage that. About the only other thing I haven't
removed and or installed is a rear end so I think I can manage it.
Always like to double check before I do sumtin new to me.
Actually just looking at it would have demonstrated what the process was!
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On Wed, 03 Dec 2008 08:04:03 -0500, What me worry?
In case anyone is wondering...Yea it's done. The bolts weren't the
only thing holdin the gate portion on. They were also welded and I
had to drill the center of the weld out to remove the brackets. No
biggie, just hard on the hands. Degenerative arthritis has done a
number on them.
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