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Old 03-22-2004, 12:59 PM
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Question Tail gate cable for 1999 Chevy 1/2 Ton P/U

I keep beaking the tail gate cables on my truck. I KNOW I KNOW I should lose weight, but that just ain't gonna happen. Does anyone know if I can buy these items after market at an auto parts store?

If so, which store (i.e. chains) and how much?

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I bought one at Auto Zone for my 1993....
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I bought one at Auto Zone for my 1993....
Cool Dyno. THANKS!
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That would have been my first choice. If not them try NAPA. All else fails the dealer will have them
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The dealer is expensive though. And the way they keep breaking....thanks again guys.
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Let me know. I run a body shop during the week and can get parts at considerable discounts.
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Shane where do they break,, Depending on where, I may be able to modify them for you.. let me know..
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There's a recall that's been issued recently for this- saw it on the news sat or sun.
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Depending the serial number for your truck they will be either $8.00 or $11.00 a piece.
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Man shane.. You must be a big ole boy I put my new ones on before winter. All winter Long beating the tailgate with the sled, jumpin on the gate ect.. And they are stil are like brand new


i paid like $8 at the dealer
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