Electric Life ''state of the art'' Talegator Kits open and close tailgates on all trucks using the latest remote control technology. Providing additional security and value to any truck, these easy to install Universal Power Tailgate Lift Kits open and close your tailgate by simply pressing a button on the remote. Installation is designed for the do-it-yourselfer and comes with tough universal brackets and a heavy duty ''screw-type'' Linear Actuator that provides up to 250 pound lifting capacity for the heaviest of tailgates. Electrical hookup has never been easier, with a Keyless Entry Module and a Plug and Play Harness. This reliable system will out perform a hydraulic system without all the complicated plumbing and upkeep. Everything is included in the kit including Control Module, Plug and Play Harness along with mounting brackets and hardware plus easy to understand instructions.
Electric Life Tailgate Power Lift Features:
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