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How do you repair the bushings on the rear tailgate?

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There is really only two ways i know of to repair these bushings. the first one, and this is what i would recomend is to buy new bushings from your dealership, the other, more well redneck idea if to wrap your old bushings in electrical tape. i wouldnt recomend this but i do know people who have done this and said it worked fine. good luck to ya, hope i was able to help.

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