I agree there's probably not much that would be worth the inconvenience. I 100% disagree that sitting on the tailgate is not a use. Sitting on a tailgate with a beer in hand is one of life's great and simple pleasures that everyone should experience at least once.Not being a jerk, but what use do you need the tailgate for that is worth the inconvenience of getting to the rear cargo area? Just curious. All I can think of is sitting on it, but that’s not really a use.
Not sure how well that would work. I don't see a latch on the right side of the tailgateThe aftermarket will take care of you.
Your correct, my only point of the link was to show what has been done for the Jeep.Not sure how well that would work. I don't see a latch on the right side of the tailgate
But will it come with those sweet-ass Home Depot hinges?! Chrome plated as well, please. With a "Smittybuilt" logo embossed so everyone knows.Your correct, my only point of the link was to show what has been done for the Jeep.
Some enterprising aftermarket company will design a conversion kit appropriate for the Bronco.
I good idea deserves to be stolen no matter where it comes from. Just because the (Gen1) Ridgeline was ugly doesn't mean it didn't have good ideas.Did you just recommend copying something on the Ridgeline…? Can I downvote your post?
I understand the comment is to give a multi-use out of the tailgate, but couldn’t you pick a better vehicle to use as an example? Like even a Blackwood or something (close enough).
Edit: Glad to see others have made this comment; didn’t read those until after my post. Band together my friends. Friends don’t let friends reference Ridgelines!