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Tailgate strut and bolts

06 Mar 2022 07:37 #242160 by Splasher6
Hi all,  Ive just bought a 2004 Jimny which is in good condition (39,000 mls) apart from the missing tailgate gas strut and bolts to hold it on.  Id appreciate any help/advice on this - there seem to be lots of struts about but Im not sure which is appropriate or how these fit onto the body and door.    

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06 Mar 2022 09:18 #242161 by Scimike
Replied by Scimike on topic Tailgate strut and bolts
​​​​​​I believe the OEM part number is 81800-81816, may help your search. 
They look like this 
Ball joint side and pin fix to the vehicle body, I assume you can see the threaded hole for this , theres a notch in the rear bumper near the lower hinge to allow it to screw in. The L shaped bracket is fixed to a pin on the rear door.

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