The Elongator is a patented tailgate system with an integrated, folding extension that replaces your factory tailgate.
The extension can lock in two positions:
The Elongator is always with you. You never have to bring an extension or a ramp. It is there when you need it and out of the way when you don't. It does not intrude into the truck bed any more than the factory gate.
It is the exact tailgate you need at the exact moment you need it.
The job gets done. The adventure never ends. The fun rolls on.
Shouldn't your truck be the same way? Shouldn't your truck be an extension of you?
Better yet, an extension - period. One that lets you haul more, load more and just do more.
Introducing the first ever all-in-one tailgate system that can stretch your truck bed, lock at 180 and 210° and ramp load just about any damn thing with wheels on it.
So move over sliced bread, you've had a nice run, but the next best thing is here.
This is about a truck doing something no truck has ever done before.
This is a truck doing more than anyone could've imagined.
We are tough on our trucks. We use them for construction, hauling, towing, off-road sports, farm work, DIY weekend projects and just about anything else you can imagine. We designed the Elongator Tailgate for what we needed in a tailgate. In May of 2018 we will offer this same tailgate to you.
Made of aluminum and steel the Elongator Tailgate has been designed to take as much abuse as your truck does and keep coming back for more.
And yes, it is proudly designed and made in the U.S.A.
The Elongator Tailgate can be easily installed by the owner in minutes on popular pickup truck models as a replacement to the OEM tailgate.
Once you install it, the Elongator Tailgate will be there out of the way - until you need it.
The gate extension is integrated into the Elongator Tailgate. It is out of the way. You will not notice it until you need it.
You will wonder how you ever did without it for so long.
* "Swiss Army Knife" is the property of Victorinox AG. We hope these folks don't mind the descriptor because they have a cool product. But it really does get the point across, doesn't it?