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Which Tailgate Gap Cover To Use?

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Any thoughts on what you've seen, used or liked? With how fancy the tailgate is now with cameras, power down/up, etc... I need to keep gravel, bark and dirt out.

Is there one out there without adhesive strips? Seen the pipe insulation, pvc pipe, they still have issues.

Seems like the right type of gasket material would be ideal to drop in when needed and peel out when not needed.

 

Tell me what I should use... thanks!

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Sorry to sound ignorant, but are you referring to the gap between the tailgate and bed when the tailgate is down?

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Made one out of a 2x2 and a 6" strip of 1/4" plywood. Works fine. Have to rip the 2x2 down to fit and bevel the plywood.

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