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Doors not aligned - 1986 GMC K2500

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  • jeffthegrate Oct 19, 2008

    well the gate on the bed is stuck in up position

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Unbolt then make sher that bolt holes are ok


then check the hing make sher that there not bent up or any thing if they are then get new or tri to bend strait

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