Fibreglass Tailgate

Thin bits of metal and bright blue light.

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Fibreglass Tailgate

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Good/bad idea? Chap is asking for feedback (anyone on here?):

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331272941654" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I have no connection to the seller btw!
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Just realised I've put this in the wrong section! Mods, please feel free to move!
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Sliding doors that dont corrode would be mint :ok
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Would it take the weight of a bike rack and bikes i wonder.
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be interested to see it in the flesh, we've been telling him if it's right there's a market for them for several years

You wouldn't want to hand stuff off it probably as the hinges won't be as strong but not everyone does hang stuff on the door

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I have met this guy and he is an ok bloke, also I'm at tatton so will have a look see.

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Might have to get lesser powerful struts as well. The ones on mine are pretty strong & i could probably use the tailgate as somekind of medieval firing device if need be :lol:
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