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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by noseha, Oct 1, 2006.
Who Uses Tail Gate Assist? Wow What A Difference!! Worth Every Penny!!!
Did you buy one or fab your own?
What brand did you get? Iv'e had an EZgate for years, but just last week the cable gave out, thenk god it didn't break completly before I noticed it! The spring is enclosed so it would have been ok, it was that 3 feet of cable that may have lashed my legs when it broke!
I'm thinking about putting a new cable on it and moving it to my smaller trailer with a lighter gate. The gate on my big trailer was just too much for it. It took maybe half the weight off of it, and I had it adjusted pretty tight. Still a lot to lift that many times a day... Luckily my gate can be split in half, so now I get to lift half at a time, but that's double the lifting now... Back was hurt already before this!
I see a lot of the Backsaver gate assists, they are a 2 sided deal. I'd think I could get most of the seight off with a set of those.
Bought It From Northern T&e 179.99 PLUS S&H
All the ramps you will ever need.
Looks good but how would mount them on a trailer?Looks like they would take up floor space.
We use about 3" of space at the back for the trailer ramp.
Yeah, a helping hand is always welcomed.
Can you post a picture from behind the trailer looking at the spring? Was that setup from the factory or added later?
I`d like to see that aswell,