Mine is about 60% done. Hopefully I'll get it done tonight and get some pics of it and post em up. My nutsert tool took a crap the other night so I had to find another one. The hinges and one of the brackets are on but I'm not happy with the countersunk holes on the hinges or those brackets. They aren't nearly deep enough so I also picked up a countersink drill while I was at Harbor Freight. So I still have to drill out all the holes.
FYI, Harbor Freight has a kit for $16.99 that comes with some nutserts but they don't have the grooves around the outside for added grip so I wouldn't recommend using them. The tool though seems fairly durable.
I have been considering finding a damaged tailgate and removing the section of the skin with the handle. Install it in my tailgate and there would be a pair of matching handles. Its just a huge pain to do it, even one handle attached to the add on latch is gonna be rough.
Tigertrack did not use nutserts but I'm using them on my install.
A nutsert has a few different names like rivnut, rivet nut, or threaded insert but is basically a piece of hardware that is crimped into a hole like a rivet is and it is threaded on the inside for putting screws or bolts in. Here are a few pictures.
Well I finished my install a bit ago. The little brackets for the support cables I used aren't quite strong enough. When I sat on the tailgate they bent a little but they holding on. I think once I get a another welder I'm going to make some similar brackets out of plate steel and chain links. I can cut a couple of chain links in half and weld them to the plates and those should be more than enough.