The manufacturing process of tailgates involves welding stamped steel sheets together to make it strong and sturdy. The weight of the tailgate for trucks often exceeds 20- 25 kgs as they have to withstand a lot of weight and pressure. Resistance spot welding is done to increase strength with special emphasis on corners and load bearing spots. The latest innovation in the manufacture of tail gates is to create the exterior face with help of sheet metal and by making the inner portion separately. This process is similar to the manner in which hoods are made. The two are then combined with various ribs connecting the two parts to increase its strength and stability for tailgate vehicles.
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For those who enjoy taking their truck or SUV off road, in addition to using it for tailgating purposes each Fall, you'll be interested in knowing which off road vehicles also serve as the best tailgating vehicles!
The season for tossing around the pigskin and gorging yourself on pig products in the shadow of stadiums is here, and in that spirit we've identified the ten best vehicles for serious tailgating. With the help of our we've put together a list of cars, trucks and vans that meet the requirements for your meaty adventures. Whether you're a Boomer Sooner or a Cheesehead, you'll surely be able to step up your off-the-field game by investing in one of the ten tailgating vehicles below.
|Noun||1.||tailgate - a gate at the rear of a vehicle; can be lowered for loading|
beach waggon, beach wagon, estate car, station waggon, station wagon, waggon, wagon - a car that has a long body and rear door with space behind rear seat
gate - a movable barrier in a fence or wall
motortruck, truck - an automotive vehicle suitable for hauling
|Verb||1.||tailgate - follow at a dangerously close distance; "it is dangerous to tailgate another vehicle"|
follow - to travel behind, go after, come after; "The ducklings followed their mother around the pond"; "Please follow the guide through the museum"