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All of the "I line" products are not IAG but the same ones Mabett and other Chinese manufacturing companies are producing/selling. It was honestly kind of a bummer to see IAG jump on that sell. I like their home-developed products but the "I-line" is kind of a let down.
 

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Just remember before we beat companies up over where some products come from.... just remember the Bronco is not 100% American made.... 7sp Getrag transmission (clears throat)

It's been proven time and time again... people's allegiance to American made, is somewhat determined by their wallets.
 

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Yeah, automobiles are very much worldwide products, and anyone who claims it is a single country of origin product is living under a rock.

But "i-line" seems to be relatively new, and if you didn't know what "i-line" was (ie. myself up until today)... IAG has been known to develop their own products, and usually their own products are really good. With this new I-line stuff though... they are taking someone else's product, slapping their logo on it, and then selling it. And for this particular product... IAG is charging $300 for it while you can get it from other sources for $200 (here, here). So in effect, you are paying an extra $100 for an IAG logo.

I'd gladly pay $300 for an IAG designed/manufactured product because I know their quality. But I'm not going to pay $300 for someone else's product with an IAG logo on it when I can get the same product for $100 less elsewhere.

To be clear I'm not criticising IAG, it's super common to have a bunch of no-name OEM companies develop products for other companies to slap their logo on it. I just want to know what I'm buying and if it is worth it.
Sorry about that, I wasn't pinning anyone to it. I just know myself like others get caught up in Made in the USA.. when basically everything I have is in somepart, has got foreign origins. But I agree. But "normally" foreign means cheaper.
Also Kudos for IAG for noting it as "imported"
 

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All of the "I line" products are not IAG but the same ones Mabett and other Chinese manufacturing companies are producing/selling. It was honestly kind of a bummer to see IAG jump on that sell. I like their home-developed products but the "I-line" is kind of a let down.
Agree a little lame for a business tactic.
 

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Agree a little lame for a business tactic.
I’m sure it helps their bottom line and cover payroll. It’s tough running a small business these days. Ask me how I know…every little bit helps.
 

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@Garemlin what is the weight capacity of the I-line tailgate table?
 

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I just bought and installed this. Lost one of the bolts inside the rear swing tailgate - such a bummer, but luckily there are extra bolts. Hope it doesn't rattle in there - no clue how i would get it out.

Also, one of the buckles at the top easily pops undone as there is a slight(!) leveling issue from left to right. besides that it was a frustrating process to put together, but a kick ass design. hoping it wont rattle, will be able to take a beating, and that the buckle wont pop.
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