generalHow does the SwitchBack Camera system work? There are two cameras in the tailgate. One is the traditional backup camera that shows the bumper/trailer hitch view. When the tailgate is up, and the truck is in reverse, this camera is active. The second camera is at the top of the tailgate pointed towards the sky. When the tailgate is closed, this camera is off. When the tailgate is lowered past 45 degrees the traditional camera turns off and the “top” camera automatically activates. The camera display always shows the active camera. What trucks does the BringIt Tailgate fit? Chevy Silverado 1500 – Model Years 2007-2021Chevy Silverado 2500 – Model Years 2007-2021Chevy Silverado 3500 – Model Years 2007-2021GMC Sierra 1500 – Model Years 2007-2021GMC Sierra 2500 – Model Years 2007-2021GMC Sierra 3500 – Model Years 2007-2021Ford F150 – Model Years 2015-2021Ford F250 – Model Years 2017-2021Ford F350 – Model Years 2017-2021Ford Ranger – Model Years 2020-2021RAM 1500 – Model Years 2002-2018RAM 2500 – Model Years 2002-2018RAM 3500 – Model Years 2002-2018 Do you offer the BringIt Tailgate in the OEM color of my truck? If your truck is five years old or newer, color matching is an option. Contact us at 843-507-5909 to learn more What is the BringIt Tailgate made of? Steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. The ramps are made out of aluminum. The rear skin, top, and side caps are made out of ABS. This material is lightweight and tough. It can also be easily painted. Can I order the BringIt Tailgate without ramps? No. The ramps are part of our integrated, multifunction system and “ride inside” every tailgate we make. Besides, you never know when you might need them. . And, with BringIt, you’ll always have them with you. What is the warranty coverage? 36-month warranty coverage. Click here to learn more. When the BringIt Tailgate is closed do the ramps rattle when driving? Nope. The BringIt Tailgate has been engineered specifically to avoid any ramp rattling. The ramps nest together snugly in the ramp compartment. The extension then folds down to hold the ramps in even more tightly. Finally, the extension has been designed so that the bottom gets “pinched” between the back of the truck cargo bed and the bottom of the BringIt Tailgate. Nothing can move, nothing can rattle, nothing can fall out. Are there other options for the BringIt Tailgate? Yes – If your current truck has a backup camera you can have this as an option. Also, if you have a tailgate that remotely locks with your key fob you can order that as well. Each of these items come as a bundled option. If I don’t need the backup camera and remote lock option does that mean my tailgate will not lock? It will still lock. The basic BringIt Tailgate comes with a separate physical key that unlocks our handle. The REMOTE LOCK works with newer trucks that have an OEM key fob. Your BringIt Tailgate can still be locked regardless of the option you select. What are BringIt modules? BringIt modules are removable “accessories” that conveniently snap onto your BringIt Tailgate. Available modules will eventually include a gun or bow case, liquid containers for fuel or water, a tool box, a tackle box, a table, one for tailgating and more! Modules can be attached when you need them and easily removed when you don’t. And, they won’t interfere with the tailgate’s extension function. In fact, you’ll still be able to use the extension at the 210-degree position with the module in place. Plus, once your BringIt Tailgate is closed and locked the modules can not be removed or opened. How much load can the multifunction BringIt Tailgate carry? The tailgate is rated at 650 pounds. The ramps are rated at 700 pounds each. How do I install a multifunction BringIt Tailgate? Truck tailgates are fairly easy to remove (and, thus, to install). Below is the general procedure. Your truck may have more specific instructions. Remove the support cables from your existing tailgate. You will use them with your BringIt Tailgate. If there are any camera or remote lock cables, disconnect them. Drop the tailgate about 1/4 down. There is a spot on the hinge that allows you to remove it from the passenger side post first. Do so and then pop it off from the drivers’ side. Reverse the previous three steps to install the BringIt Tailgate. Reward yourself with a cold beverage of your choosing. Get used to people being even more envious of your truck.